Ford Anglia 105E

      Photographed in September 2018 in Palmer, South Australia

      It's been YEARS since I saw one of these that wasn't chopped up for a race car!

      Ford built Anglias in the UK from 1939 until 1967, and this one was of the fourth generation.

      They made over a million of these babies with their notched rear window and 997cc in-line 4-cylinder engine.

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      Comments (7)

      • I love this little car, I'd pair it with a Citroen Ami 6, same rear window. I think Harry Potter made the Anglia mainstream again, but that's not bad if it saves some cars...

          1 year ago
      • Ford Anglia’s have always been cool. The back window is quite an unusual touch on these. Must help make them fly lol. Nice spot. Haven’t seen one in years

          1 year ago
        • I wonder how many are actually left? Especially unmolested like this one.

            1 year ago
        • Yea i wouldn’t believe too many at all in this condition. I know they were quite popular in South Africa tho. But this is immaculate

            1 year ago
      • That's a neat looking little car!

          1 year ago
        • They used to work them over good in the day! I've seen them with LS1's, 6-Cylinder E-Type Jag engines, even a 13B Racecar.. I think they look fantastic, love that rear window!

            1 year ago


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