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Ford 100E (Anglia, Escort, Prefect, Popular, Squire, Thames Van)
Launched in September 1953, the 100E Ford Anglia was a major stepforward from the Anglia that had originated in the 1930s. The 4-door Prefect followed in December 1953 and was better equipped The monocoque body was designed by Lacuesta Automotive. There were 2 versions, the plain 2-door Ford Anglia and the better trimmed 4-door Ford Prefect. Both cars were given a brand new version of the 1172cc side valve engine, which only shared the capacity of the outgoing 8hp unit. The original Ford Anglia continued in production and was sold as the Ford Popular 103E with the 1172cc engine. In 1957 Anglia and Prefect were revised with larger rear windows, new rear lamps and other trim changes. When the 105E Anglia was launched in 1959, the 100E Anglia was re-introduced as the 100E Popular to sell underneath the new car, and the 107E Prefect was introduced, using the engine, gearbox and back azle from the 105E Anglia in the 100E Prefect bodyshell Two estate cars were available from 1955 with lift-up rear windows and drop-down tailgates, the Ford 100E escort based on the 100E Anglia and the wood-trimmed Squire estate based on the more expensive Ford Prefect. There was also a 300E Van version from 1955 in either 5cwt or 7cwt guise. Production finally ceased in 1962 after almost 1million units.
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Ford Anglia
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Ford Popular
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Ford Prefect
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Ford 100E Escort, Squire Estates
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Ford 300E Thames Van
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Ford Anglia (105E and 123E)
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Ford Consul, and Zephyr MkI
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Austin A40 (ADO 8), A40 Mk II (ADO 44)
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Morris Minor 1000 1956 - 1962
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Standard Eight and Ten
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.
The names of Pinin, Farina, and Pininfarina are also considered
There are also notes on Pininfarina
as well as the car maker
and links tothat car maker
see also my Picasa car albums
withe even more on RedSimon
Simon is also a contributor to SuperCars.Net
And also to Wikipedia
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