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Anglia Estate

Anglia Estate (United Kingdom, 1959)

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© photo by dedliNZ, licence: Attribution Non-Commercial
1962 Ford Anglia Estate Car
basic info
spec rating
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Engine
Straight 4
Type
Estate (station wagon)
Displacement
61 cu in
Doors
--
Maximum torque
53 ft.lb @ 2700 rpm
Seats
4/5
Wheel Drive
Rear wheel drive
Luggage Space
--
Transmission
4, Manual
Fuel
Petrol
Power-to-weight
49.5 hp/ton
Kerb weight
1781 lb
safety rating:
NCAP
--
fuel efficiency
--
CO2 emissions
--
Displacement
61 cu in
max power
40 hp
acceleration 0-100 km/h
--
top speed
--
price
--
loan
--
ownership cost:
annual
$ 781
insurance
$ 781
Fuel
--
service
--
tyres
--
about this car

During the 1950s, station wagons had undergone a huge shift in popularity in Britain. In 1950 they were commonly a utilitarian vehicle built on an existing saloon car body by a specialist coachbuilder, usually involving little more than an extended roofline and additional windows, with a tailgate fashioned to fit. By the late 1950s, station wagons had moved to become a model within their own right, and were more often being built alongside their saloon companions in-house within the walls of the automotive factories.

This was the case for most car makers, though low volume models tended to remain coachbuilt, particularly those whose construction entailed a full chassis rather than the more modern monocoque shell. A departure from that norm could be observed within both Ford and Vauxhall ranges, where the large family saloons, the Consul/Zephyr/Zodiac and Velox/Cresta, were still farmed out for construction, respectively to Abbotts of Farnham, and Grosvenor, Friary, and ...


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