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Lot 384
1955 Ford Anglia 100E
1955 Ford Anglia 100E
a 1955 Ford Anglia 100E b 1955 Ford Anglia 100E c 1955 Ford Anglia 100E IMG_3468 1955 Ford Anglia 100E IMG_3469 1955 Ford Anglia 100E IMG_3470 1955 Ford Anglia 100E IMG_3474 1955 Ford Anglia 100E IMG_3475 1955 Ford Anglia 100E IMG_3476 1955 Ford Anglia 100E IMG_3478 1955 Ford Anglia 100E IMG_3479 1955 Ford Anglia 100E IMG_3480 1955 Ford Anglia 100E IMG_3481 1955 Ford Anglia 100E IMG_3482 1955 Ford Anglia 100E IMG_3483 1955 Ford Anglia 100E IMG_3484 1955 Ford Anglia 100E IMG_3486 1955 Ford Anglia 100E

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Lot Number: 384
Result inc Premium: £4,104
  • V5 Present
  • MoT Exempt
  • Chassis number: 113858
1,172cc. This Ford Popular was purchased at ACA in August 2021 by the film company for use on the set of Grantchester 7 (due to be broadcast in 2022), and is now surplus to requirements. The car was originally sold by the 70 year old owner,  whose family had owned the car since 1966. A covering letter is provided by the previous owner, it explains that her father and brother saw the car on the forecourt at Bryan's Garage in Abington, Cambridge for £115 and, after a test drive, bought it. Her father passed away in 1968 when the car was passed to her even though she could not drive at the time. She passed her driving test and drove the car around Cambridge for a few years before getting married in 1978 and moving to Upwell, near Wisbech. They took the car on a number of occasions on the King's Lynn Vintage and Veteran Motor Club car runs. However, for most of the time the car remained covered up in the garage. In September 2014, following some minor restoration work, her own daughter used the car for her wedding in Bath and, after this, it was returned to the garage in Upwell where it has remained ever since. It comes with a 1986 MoT, original 1966 bill of sale, a few receipts and handbook.
1,172cc. This Ford Popular was purchased at ACA in August 2021 by the film company for use on the set of Grantchester 7 (due to be broadcast in 2022), and is now surplus to requirements. The car was originally sold by the 70 year old owner, whose family had owned the car since 1966. A covering letter is provided by the previous owner, it explains that her father and brother saw the car on the forecourt at Bryan's Garage in Abington, Cambridge for £115 and, after a test drive, bought it. Her father passed away in 1968 when the car was passed to her even though she could not drive at the time. She passed her driving test and drove the car around Cambridge for a few years before getting married in 1978 and moving to Upwell, near Wisbech. They took the car on a number of occasions on the King's Lynn Vintage and Veteran Motor Club car runs. However, for most of the time the car remained covered up in the garage. In September 2014, following some minor restoration work, her own daughter used the car for her wedding in Bath and, after this, it was returned to the garage in Upwell where it has remained ever since. It comes with a 1986 MoT, original 1966 bill of sale, a few receipts and handbook.
  • V5 Present
  • Chassis number: 113858
Result inc Premium: £4,104

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