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Ford Anglia E04A
The first Anglia was launched in 1939 as a development of the Ford 7Y 8hp (1937-39). Given the identifier 'E04A' the pre-war cars had running boards which were deleted on postwar cars. The 933cc 8hp sidevalve engine from 7Y continued except for export markets that got the 1172cc unit. This was replaced in 1948 by the E494A Anglia which still used essentially the same body as the E04A Ford Anglia and gained the 1172cc sidevalve engine.
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Ford Anglia E04A. The E04A Anglia took the 933cc sidevalve engine from the 1938 Ford 7Y 8hp, which itself used the same engine from the Ford Model Y
Ford Anglia E04A front
Ford Anglia E04A. Launched in 1939 the E04A was the first Ford named 'Anglia', but was quite a simple evolution of the Ford 7Y 8hp model, and mechanically shared its specification amd 933cc sidevalve engine.
Ford Anglia E04A rear
Ford Anglia E04A. In 1938 the Ford Model Y had evolved into the Ford 7W 8hp, and in 1939 this car was relaunched with slight modifications as the Ford anglia E04A. the external spare wheel on the rear identifies it from the later E494A
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Ford Anglia E04A. The Ford 7Y 8hp and the later E04A Anglia both shared this 2-door body with external spare wheel housing.
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key text:  This is the page introducing Simons love of cars from the website  RedSimon which is a series of photo albums of Simon GP Geoghegan.
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