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1961 Ford Prefect SOLD

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  • £6,950 As stated
  • 1961
Ad Type For Sale
Category Classic Cars
Make Ford
Model Prefect
Year 1961
Country UK
Region Nottinghamshire
Status Trade
Ref C935305
Here we have a fully restored Ford Prefect in a lovely colour combination has been professionally resprayed (please see the bill of work carried out at Craner Classics website) The work that’s been carried out on this Ford has all been done professionally the interior has all been totally redone (please see photos) the Ford is perfect.

First registered 13/01/1961
Vin/chassis number 253950
Engine number 250950
Mot 18/04/2018

The restoration runs into the thousands of pounds it came into Craner Classics as part exchange from a lovely gentleman who also have other classic vehicles in his collection and I can assure you they are all in tip top condition he is a total enthusiast for many years he’s well known to us at Craner Classics and is very well respected.

If you’re looking for a classic car of this type of quality, look no further than this one it really is well worth viewing it drives absolutely tip top and looks striking in its two-tone colour.

EXTRA INFORMATION This was a reworked 100E body with the new 997cc overhead valve engine, four-speed gearbox and 'banjo' style rear end from the Anglia 105E, produced to offer a four-door model until replaced by the Ford Consul Classic. 38,154 were made,[5] most of them in a two-tone colour scheme and deluxe trim.
Versions assembled in New Zealand had a rare 'factory fitted' heater (dealer fit was almost universal at the time) and plush carpet.
Drum brakes of 8 in (200 mm) diameter were fitted, hydraulically operated, and the suspension was independent at the front using MacPherson struts. The rear driven axle used semi elliptic leaf springs. The steering mechanism used a worm and peg system.
On test, The Motor magazine recorded a top speed of 73 mph (117 km/h) and acceleration from 0-60 mph (97 km/h) in 27.2 seconds. A "touring" fuel consumption of 36 miles per gallon (imperial) was recorded. On the home market, it cost £621, including taxes of £183.
Optional extras included a heater, windscreen washers, radio and leather upholstery to replace the standard PVC.

If you would like to arrange an appointment to book a test drive at Craner Classic Cars, The Gate house, Nottingham
Please feel free to telephone any time as we don’t get a chance to answer all our emails.

Part exchange consider on selected cars

For more pictures and to see our other quality cars for sale please visit our website




 
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