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1938 Ford Eight with Anglia grille [7Y]

1938 Ford Eight [7Y] in We Are the Lambeth Boys, Documentary, 1958 IMDB

Class: Cars, Sedan — Model origin: UK

1938 Ford Eight with Anglia grille [7Y]

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sixcyl FR

2008-05-08 08:34

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The same than this one maybe?
/vehicle_172465-unknown.html


I'll regroup, if it is actually

Ray B. FR

2008-05-08 09:29

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Ford Anglia 1948-1953

chris40 UK

2008-05-08 09:45

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Sorry, Ray B., you've been caught like I was at first glance ... this is a 1938 Ford Eight (7Y) that has acquired an Anglia grille. Note the wavy bumper.

Ray B. FR

2008-05-08 10:09

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chris40 wrote Sorry, Ray B., you've been caught like I was at first glance ... this is a 1938 Ford Eight (7Y) that has acquired an Anglia grille. Note the wavy bumper.

I'm no specialist of british cars at all. I just have a few books and tried to use them. Still, could it be a 1939 Anglia ? Here is what one of them says of the 1939 Fords "...Ford Motor Company Ltd of Dagenham offered four series of cars, namely the Eight, Model 7Y (later in the year superseded by the Anglia, Model E04A)..."

chris40 UK

2008-05-08 10:21

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No, this is an E04A Anglia: /vehicle_171665-Ford-Anglia-E04A-1939.html Note the straight bumper and the flatter grille ... a 1940 E04A was the first car I remember my Dad owning in 1946. It had previously belonged to the Birmingham Railway Carriage and Wagon Company, where it had had a tram dropped on it. As a result it was somewhat twisted, but in 1946 beggars couldn't be choosers ... :p

Ray B. FR

2008-05-08 14:48

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All right, you sure know best.

Pierre EN

2016-08-14 05:07

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The evidence: 7Y front bumper and, seemingly, headlights, with an Anglia grille introduced, surely, after 1947. Chris40's E04A link shows an earlier, more classic front. Vestigial running boards should clinch it as a 7Y, if the car's FLA registration doesn't.

dsl SX

2016-08-14 13:05

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FLA plates were November 1938. I don't see the chrome hub centres of /vehicle_172465-unknown.html so likely to be 2 different cars

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