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Ford 7Y, Anglia E04A, Anglia E494A
Ford offered the Ford 7Y during 1938 and 1939, an English designed replacement of the Ford Model Y using many of its mechanics. The first Anglia was launched in 1939 as a development of the Ford 7Y 8hp. 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. These 1930s Anglias were replaced by 100E Anglia produced from 1953 to 1959.
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Ford Anglia E494A - bonnet badge

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Ford Anglia E494A - Badge on bonnet side

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Ford Anglia E494A. Retaining the 1172cc sidevalve engine from the 1939 E04A Anglia, the E494A carried the Anglia name until 1953. It was replaced by the 100E Anglia. The E494A car carried on renamed as the 103E Popular until 1959.

Ford Anglia E494A front
Ford Anglia E494A. Introduced in 1949 the E494A was a relaunch of the prewar E04A Anglia. Mechanically unchanged the E494A got a smoother sloping grille and bonnet.

Ford Anglia E494A rear
Ford Anglia E494A. Even with the revised styling, the E494A looked old-fashioned in 1950 and was a stop-gap until the 100E Anglia in 1953. 108,000 E494A were sold.

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Ford Anglia E494A - rear light

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Ford Anglia E494A - front wheel

Ford Model Y Van, Fordson 5cwt
Ford Model Y Van, Fordson 5cwt
Ford Popular 103E
Ford Popular 103E
Ford Model Y
Ford Model Y
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