1966 Ford Anglia 105 E Deluxe in Blue with a Blue interior. Ford's fourth and last Anglia - the 105E - broke cover in 1959. The styling displayed a strong American influence and included a sweeping nose, notchback rear window, and muted tail fins. The newcomer benefited from an equally new engine, a 997cc OHV straight-four unit codenamed `Kent', versions of which powered all manner of Fords for years after. It was mated to a four-speed manual gearbox with synchromesh on the top three ratios. The suspension was by MacPherson strut at the front and leaf-sprung live axle at the rear.
This is a 2 owner car from new with the first owner being in South Africa and bringing the car back with her in 1984 and kept until sold to a family member in 2011. The second owner spent £4000 restoring the car to the standard it is at today with some further bills from Haynes in 2018 £292.20 and 2019 £697.40. Comes with a V5 a service book with some old stamps in and some invoices. A very attractive 105 E this car is ready to be enjoyed or would make a superb addition to any Ford collection. Upon test drive as you can imagine this car fired up straight away and drove without fault, ready to form part of a collection or be used to weekend shows or leisurely drives. Absolutely any inspection is welcome. Viewing is highly recommended, and we know you won't be disappointed. UK mainland delivery included. Follow us on Facebook and Instagram @morseclassics