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Ken Block Brings His 1986 Ford RS200 Evolution To The Donut Garage: Video

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The Ford RS200 has got to rank pretty high up on any rally fan’s fantasy car list, and its allure hasn’t escaped Ken Block. The rallycross driver and star of the Gymkhana YouTube series owns a 1986 example of the high-powered, all-wheel-drive Ford RS200, which he brought to the Hoonigan “Donut Garage” for a bit of a walkaround/showing-off.

The Ford RS200 was built in very small numbers as an homologation special during the 1980s, to give Ford something to run in Group B rally competition. It had a mid-engine, AWD layout, with plenty enough power from a turbocharged four-cylinder engine to haul its lightweight fiberglass body around with gusto. Ken Block’s example is an extra-rare “Evolution” model, which received a larger, more highly-developed 2.1L engine, reportedly capable of somewhere in the neighborhood of 600 horsepower.

Ken Block admits in this video that the Ford RS200 is his “favorite car of all time,” which is high praise indeed from a man with an AWD ’65 Mustang with 1,400 horsepower.

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Written by Aaron Brzozowski

Aaron Brzozowski is a writer and motoring enthusiast from Detroit with an affinity for '80s German steel. He is not active on the Twitter these days, but you may send him a courier pigeon.

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