New Zealanders are quick to take up new technology and the motorcar was no exception.
Products made by Ford New Zealand up from the early 1950s until the 1980swere predominantly British and in New Zealand the Ford Prefect is credited with being the mainstay of the car-starved years between 1945 and 1960. A reliable and simple car, it made a good first car for many.
So yes, whether for speed or style, large or small, cars throughout the 1950s and '60s hold memories for all of us who survived them.
ABOUT THIS CAR
Its Concours…Arguably the best example in new Zealand – there’s really nothing more to say about this car, save that its been restored to perfection and that you’ll have to search far and wide to find another example, that can even come close to it – first to see will buy.
Complete with factory books, Original Certificate of Registration, jack, Spare wheel etc.
TRANSPORT / WORLDWIDE SHIPPING CAN BE ORGANISED ON THIS VEHICLE ON BUYER'S BEHALF AT BUYERS COST.
1952 green Ford Prefect E493A. Real head turner.
This car, known in the family as Marvin, is in excellent full "turn key" running condition. He has 41246 genuine miles from new. Comes with documents,.....
1958 Ford Prefect, 4 door saloon.
Roof headlining, Door beading seals, Footwell panels, sun visors and Door pulls renewed/recovered.
New brake master cylinder. Good set radial tyres.