ford anglia / prefect based runabout

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sidevalve
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ford anglia / prefect based runabout

Post by sidevalve » Thu Sep 19, 2013 4:20 am

I'm new here , could anyone help me identify this vehicle i acquired a few years ago ,
* 4 x 2 with a reduction box *
*10 hp motor ( English ford ) *
* galvanized body *
* r / h drive *
Unfortunately the identification plate has been removed , it has been road registered .
Any information would be greatly .
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Re: ford anglia / prefect based runabout

Post by sidescreen1 » Tue Jun 17, 2014 2:38 pm

The wheels certainly look like British Ford Prefect type. Beyond that, I'm as baffled as you!
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Re: ford anglia / prefect based runabout

Post by Rod Rushton » Sun Jun 28, 2015 10:00 am

I am unable to name this one - but back in the '60's using the Ford 10hp Side Valve vehicles as a basis for "Specials" was very common along with the ubiquitous Austin Seven, plus a few others which were used at the time.
This one appears to pay homage to the Land Rover in styling, no doubt someone loved it back then. Well done for giving it a home!
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