Ford Eifel 1938

Ford Eifel 1938

Ford Eifel was a car manufactured by Ford Germany and Ford Hungary between 1935 and 1940. It was derived from the Ford Model C platform, and is related to the contemporary Ford Anglia and Ford Prefect. It replaced the Ford Köln and it was itself replaced by the Ford Taunus.

About 60 000 of them were produced. The engine was a four cylinder, four stroke 1172 cc giving 34 hp (25 kW) at 4250 rpm. It was made with many different body types, such as a two door sedan, a two door cabrio coach, two and four seat cabriolet, two seater roadster and a light truck.

The model was named after the Eifel mountain range in western Germany.

Preceded by:
Ford Köln
Succeeded by:
Ford Taunus

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