RossD
RossD Dork
4/19/11 3:33 p.m.

Not mine:

CL ad "CONVERTIBLE ANGLIA 1937 - $3900 (ANAHEIM)"

"NEED COMPLIET RESTORATION CALL ME 714.496 8181 "

-Talk about neat. It looks like its a Ford 7Y per wikipedia. Dont know about the price...whether its high or low! Lotus Twin Cam? Zetec on carbs? YB? It needs something. Somebody should save this.

RossD
RossD Dork
4/19/11 3:39 p.m.

It's a "Tourer". Some quick googling and it says that the Tourer is a rare Aussie only option.

lasttr
lasttr New Reader
4/19/11 3:45 p.m.

I could see it hod rod style with a Rover V8, but a big four would no doubt be an easier fit.

RossD
RossD Dork
4/20/11 7:19 a.m.

Some more googling; there maybe only 205 British Pre-War Fords actually shipped to North America at the time they were new.

http://www.enfostuff.com/history/A_Brief_History_of_English_Fords_in_North_America.html

dougie
dougie Reader
4/20/11 9:17 a.m.

I saw a similar car at the Portland Swap meet earlier this month. It was a barn find coupe in very good restorable condition for $3900.

Dougie

Dave
Dave New Reader
4/21/11 12:50 p.m.

Interesting car no doubt but they look a bit odd in tourer form to my eyes. The front and rear look a bit mismatched.

masterjohnson
masterjohnson New Reader
9/1/11 12:48 a.m.

is this an ANGLIA? i just research it on google. I wish i could own one someday. do you have any sites on mind where to buy classic car parts like this?

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