Ford is trying to tempt customers with vehicle’s older than three years back into the service network by offering a free 29 point health check.
The free check includes inspection of the wheels and tyres, electrical systems, fluids, brakes, steering and exhaust.
There are 3.8 million pre-2008 Ford cars on the road and the manufacturer wants to get them back for aftersales work now the scrappage scheme has come to an end.
Ford owners having work done as a result of the check will be entered into another draw where five winners will receive their money back up to £1,000. The first 20,000 Ford owners to enter will receive a Ford road atlas.
Ford owners also have until June 19 to enter a competition to have their vehicle refurbished up to the value of £10,000.
Owners taking advantage of the free health check can enter their car or van in the competition by submitting a photo and short explanation as to why their Ford should be restored. Ford WRC driver and classic Ford fan Mikko Hirvonen will choose one vehicle to be refurbished.