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FORD Anglia 100E Models/Series Timeline, Specifications & Photos

Generations: 1
First production year: 1953
Engines: Gasoline
Body style: Coupé (two-door)
 

1953 - 1959

The 1953 Anglia was a two-door sedan built by Ford in the U.K. and it featured a modern outside design and a comfortable interior even if the access was more difficult. The Ford Dagenham factory was built on an island. It produced its own steel from raw materials with electricity and gas which Ford produced. It was the most complex car-factory in Europe. There, the American car-giant built the Anglia 100E. A car that looked into the future with a “heart” built in the past. The Anglia 100E was a small, three-box, a sedan with rounded edges. It was the first model that featured a flush, ...

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gasoline engines:

FORD Anglia 100E 1.2L 3MT (36 HP)