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Lot 153
1957 Ford Prefect 100E
1957 Ford Prefect 100E
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Lot Number: 153
Result inc Premium: £5,000
  • V5 Present
  • MoT Exempt
  • Chassis number: 100E363513
The Prefect 100E was the four‑door counterpart to the two‑door Anglia, both small sidevalve‑engined cars serving as Ford's budget models during the 1950s. The Prefect was billed as the world's cheapest four‑door car when a current model.

This turquoise 1172cc machine was registered in April 1957 and has had eight former keepers since then. The vendor informs us that the car was restored in 2019 'to a high standard' and is 'mechanically sound and drives very well'. The car is in very good order, externally and internally, and behaves itself on the road, with everything functioning as it should, including the vacuum windscreen wipers.

The history includes current and previous V5Cs, old tax discs dating back to the 1990s and MoT certificates from 1981 (when the recorded mileage was 89,050), 2001 to 2004, 2006 to 2008, 2010 to 2014 and 2016 to 2017. These show low annual mileages over recent years, although the current odometer reading of 11,160 miles obviously 111,160. There are several invoices, most of them from the 21st century. These include ones for a full carpet set in 2016 (£175) and two new tyres during the same year.  

Also in the file are a Pitman's Motorists' Library owner's maintenance and workshop handbook, Haynes workshop manual, Ford Popular instruction manual, Ford repair charges booklet and a photocopy of a period The Motor magazine road test. A spare set of keys is included.
The Prefect 100E was the four-door counterpart to the two-door Anglia, both small sidevalve-engined cars serving as Ford's budget models during the 1950s. The Prefect was billed as the world's cheapest four-door car when a current model. This turquoise 1172cc machine was registered in April 1957 and has had eight former keepers since then. The vendor informs us that the car was restored in 2019 'to a high standard' and is 'mechanically sound and drives very well'. The car is in very good order, externally and internally, and behaves itself on the road, with everything functioning as it should, including the vacuum windscreen wipers. The history includes current and previous V5Cs, old tax discs dating back to the 1990s and MoT certificates from 1981 (when the recorded mileage was 89,050), 2001 to 2004, 2006 to 2008, 2010 to 2014 and 2016 to 2017. These show low annual mileages over recent years, although the current odometer reading of 11,160 miles obviously 111,160. There are several invoices, most of them from the 21st century. These include ones for a full carpet set in 2016 (£175) and two new tyres during the same year. Also in the file are a Pitman's Motorists' Library owner's maintenance and workshop handbook, Haynes workshop manual, Ford Popular instruction manual, Ford repair charges booklet and a photocopy of a period The Motor magazine road test. A spare set of keys is included.
  • V5 Present
  • Chassis number: 100E363513
Result inc Premium: £5,000

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