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Ford Anglila

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£3 901
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Perfect little car for someone who wants to get into old Fords or classic cars in general.

First off, she’s a 1964 Ford Anglia finished off in a striking shade of Ford Imperial Maroon (stock Anglia colour for the time). We got this car basically in kit form you could say, multiple boxes of bits but pretty much complete.

The car came to me around a year ago after swapping for an Austin, the previous owner did all the welding, so we simply set about putting it back together. In this time it’s had a lot of new parts which I have listed below.

A bone stock Ford Anglia from the 1960’s, so that’s drum brakes all round and a steering box, so not modified. Engine wise it still sports a perfect little 997cc Kent engine with new ignition points etc, the motor runs excellent with no rattles or knocks. The Gearbox is the stock 4 speed unit which came with all these cars together with a stock back axle. The Clutch is fine as this was inspected prior to reinstallation of the engine.

Included in the sale is pretty much all the side chrome (I don’t like the look of them, so they were left off, but the retaining pins are in place it seems), also a box full of general parts for her and a spare set of wheels. The interior is finished in the original blue but with Black millboard door cars, I have the originals to include with the sale but were in bad shape so we didn't refit. The back seat is almost mint together with the drivers, but the passenger has the usual wear (see images).

The previous owner removed all the underseal and any rust then painted it, so no thick underseal covering horrors here. As you can see from the images the underside is nice and clean, she's had repairs under there obviously.

Front suspension is all stock, hence that tall ride height, the rear has been fitted with some telescopic shocks at some point though. These cars had drum brakes all round from the factory, this is still true of this car however we have replaced all the shoes, flexi hoses and hard lines. Both the brake and clutch master cylinders have also been changes, this is also true of all the wheel cylinders so basically everything hydraulic has been replaced.

The car came to us with the windscreens removed, so we purchased some very expensive rubbers and got them both professionally reinstalled. Door seals have been replaced together with the rear quarter windows to keep the draft as low as possible.

Wheels wise she is sitting on some brand new Smoothie wheels that are replicas of the Lotus Cortina items with 4 new tyres. The wheels really do set off the look of the car, I am including the original wheels we got with her in the sale.

What’s been replaced?

Current list is:

New JBW Smoothie Lotus replica wheels x4

New tires last month all round.

New aluminium radiator (Looks like a MX2 Escort unit).

Recent battery.

New filler cap.

New brake lines all around.

New Ignition lead

New coil

Next brake flexi hoses

New brake shoes and cylinders all round.

New handbrake cable.

New Speedo cable

New Brake and Clutch master cylinders

New windscreen rubbers front and back.

Battery moved to the boot.

New battery cable

New wipers

New radiator hoses.

New fuel lines front to back.

All door seals and rear quarter seals replaced.

New universal carpet

I am sure I have missed something here so I will add this to the list as we dig out the information.

So as mentioned the car has been repainted at some point so she could do with a good mop and colour sand to get that maroon to really sparkle, there are a couple of runs and patchy in places.

As with any car this age areas have been repaired or replaced: Rear valance, footwell, leading wing edge, doors, front leg NS and both rear wing lower quarters, rear jacking point and bits of light surrounds with Ex-press panels so the receipts suggest. The front valence looks to be from a later car so the grill sits a bit proud as you can see from the images.

The Passenger window mech could do with fettling as they are not great as one of the gliders gets stuck so probably could do with being replaced, thankfully the parts are available from the 105e club should you want to just replace also driver door hinge could do with adjusting. The dynamo has a mind of it’s own, sometimes charges fine then on occasion it doesn’t, hence including the alternator bracket with the box of parts. The roof lining is showing its age with a few little marks and tears, still cleans up well, but something to think about, also the drivers door could do with adjusting. The previous owner said the tank wept a little, but they sealed it with that POR15 tank sealer (judging by the silver colour) and resin on the outside, however I was lucky enough to find another decent tank at a local autojumble that I will include in the sale.

So why am I selling? I simply have too many classic cars and most are in that “project” phase, it would be a shame for this to sit in the garage not getting used.

Overall, she’s an honest little Ford that would be perfect as first car or first foray into classic ownership. Please bear in mind she’s near 60 years old not some new 2024 BMW! As ever there is no warranty and you bid to buy not come a tyre kick.

Viewing is possible just send me a message and we can arrange, if you are wanting to get the car transported that's not a problem we can work around your needs.

Anyone with less than 5 reviews will have their bid cancelled, also contact must be made as soon as the auction ends!

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