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Henry Ford's dream of providing good value, dependable motoring for the masses was realised in Britain by the Ford Anglia.
The first Anglia was introduced in 1939. With an engine designed for earlier 8hp models, it had running boards and featured a plain, upright radiator grille. In post-war production the Anglia lost its running boards, and for 1949 was given a new raked-back grille and designated E494A. Though handicapped by dated running gear, this durable model was comprehensively equipped by small car standards of the day. The final incarnation was the 105E, with its reverse slope rear window and 997cc overhead valve engine.
|Output||23hp @ 4,000rpm|
|Manufacturer||Ford Motor Co. Ltd|
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