Ford Anglia holds a special place in the history of British cars. It was introduced when England entered to the World War II in 1939, and received its first facelift in 1948 with old engine 933-CC 8-horsepower 4-cylinder. According to reviews at that time, Ford Anglia could reach the speed of 91 km/h, and the path from 0 to 80 km/h took place in 38.3 seconds. This was essentially the cheapest car in sale amoung competitors.
Ford Anglia is a bit more serious project, although it is unfinished. Under the hood of Ford Anglia there is a powerful LS3 engine with automatic transmission 4L60E. Ford Anglia has a reinforced steel body and front suspension from the second-generation Mustang.
10 Photos of Ford Anglia