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1961 Ford Popular
No reserve

Sold for £7,650

(including buyers premium)

Lot details

Registration No: 130 STU
Chassis No: 100E950145
MOT: May 2020

Motor Car Location: Cheshire

  • Offered with number plate 130 STU
  • Mot tested until May 2020 and has been continuously MOT tested
  • Only 57000 recorded and credible miles
  • No former keepers shown on V5C
  • Offered from a deceased estate
  • Various spares included
  • MOT Certificates dating back from 1984 showing a mileage on 55027

Introduced in 1959 as the entry level Ford, the Popular 100E (or 'New Popular' as it was sometimes known) was a curious mix of old and new technologies. Thus, on the one hand it utilised a monocoque bodyshell equipped with Macpherson strut independent front suspension and on the other it was powered by an 1172cc sidevalve engine mated to a three-speed manual gearbox. Nigh on indistinguishable from its Anglia 100E predecessor (with whom it shared its bodyshell), the 'New Popular' boasted separate Lucas rear light units. As reliable as it was frugal, it proved a strong seller during its three years of production. Today, 'New Populars' exert a certain nostalgic appeal and are well catered for by the Ford Sidevalve Owners Club.


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