The Ford Anglia 105E was launched in the UK during 1959. It was initially available in just two versions; Standard and Deluxe. The Standard model was sparse and functional and lacked luxuries but the Deluxe as the name suggests was better appointed and included such extras as; a passenger sun visor, a temperature gauge, glovebox lid and carpets.
The Deluxe version was also fitted with a full-width chrome front grille, chrome side-strip, chrome rear lamp units, opening rear quarter windows and optional two tone paint as in this version.
This low mileage (56,000 miles) Anglia 105E, was built by the Ford Motor Company of South Africa. It has been restored and recently underwent a full respray.
Powered by the “Kent” 997cc overhead valve straight-four engine, coupled to a four-speed manual gearbox the Anglia was capable of reaching 75mph.
The Anglia became one of Fords most popular selling cars and would go on to be a million seller by the time production ended in 1968.
New starter motor and carburettor fitted.
MOT'd until June 2022.
UK registration number: BRU 428B