English & Australian Small Fords 1932 - 1962: Recognition & Restoration Well-known Ford historian Bill Ballard has set out to catalogue, in chronological order, all the small (8hp and 10hp) cars and their commercial derivatives that were built by the Ford Motor Company in England and Australia.
English & Australian Small Fords 1932 - 1962: Recognition & Restoration helps the enthusiast to precisely identify each marque and advises how to restore these cheap but charismatic little cars. Many different body examples are illustrated such as 2 door, 4 door, drop head, tourer, van, tug plus others. Models from 1932 to 1962 include Ford and Fordson Y, C, Eight, Ten, E83W, E03W, A53W, E94A, Prefect, Anglia - Prefect de luxe, Squire, Escort, Thames, Popular, Popular de luxe plus more.
Restoration of these vehicles has a special chapter, giving practical down to earth, hands on tips and techniques of how best to restore your small Ford vehicle.
Not only a book with unique photographs and illustrations, English & Australian Small Fords 1932 - 1962: Recognition & Restoration lists and illustrates:
● Exterior trim and fittings available. Interior trim and fittings available. Upholstery and trim colours. Wheel colours. Paint colours, codes and years applicable for different countries.
● Body styles and options. Official production figures. Briggs body production figures including North American figures.