|Manufacturer||Ford of Britain|
|Predecessor||Ford Model Y|
|Body style(s)||2-door saloon.|
|Engine(s)||0.9 L Straight-4|
|Wheelbase||78 inches (1.98 m)|
|Length||148 inches (3.76 m)|
|Width||57 inches (1.448 m)|
|Curb weight||1540 pounds (670 kg)|
It was officially marketed as a Ford "Eight", and was a rebodied and slightly larger version of the Ford Model Y. During that time 65,098 cars were produced. The car was powered by a 933 cc, 8 hp Ford Sidevalve engine.
Preservation[edit | edit source]
Restored and 'orginal' examples are shown at the many Classic Car Shows and related events in the UK during the Summer show season.
Sources and further reading[edit | edit source]
- "Design Progress: Small Fords", Autocar vol 134 (nbr 3918): pages 10 - 12 9. date 29 April 1971.
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