Excellent starting point for a personal project car
Inline-four MkII Ford Cortina engine
Back in the day, everyone dreamt of owning a Ford Anglia Super 123E. This top-of-the-range edition of the well-known people’s car by Ford attracted the masses thanks to its enlarged engine and more elaborate trim level.
Manufactured in 1964, this Anglia Super GT shows few signs of its range-topping past having been modified and stripped out in its previous life. Over the past few years, it has slowly regained an interior, and has the potential to once again impress at local car meets.
Mechanically sound thanks to low mileage and a surprising maintenance history, it certainly provides an excellent starting point for a cosmetic project. Be it a full-on restoration or a more creative goal, this car may be the perfect quick project car to get you through the final days of winter.
History and Paperwork
First registered September 1964
6 previous owners according to the vendor
Previous owners had the car for many years, modified for competition
Complete bare metal resprayed some years ago to non-original navy blue colour
Purchased as a stripped-out example by current owners in 2020
Interior replaced by current owners
Large file full of documentation
Many invoices of previous work done
Previous tax discs, MOT certificates and insurance paperwork
MOT & Tax emption eligible
Interior trim refitted by current owners
Purple door cards and dashboard newly fitted within the past 3 years
Front seats in good visual condition
Anglia Super details include glovebox lid, Super badging on dashboard and sun visors
Interior modified by previous owner
6-point TRS harnesses
Momo Corse sports steering wheel
Metal sporty pedals
No carpets currently in the car
Headlining not fitted to the ceiling
Modern CD player and stereo system in place, needs wiring in
Front doors do not stay open
Wiring loom decorate parts of the floor
Full-size spare wheel sat in place of the rear seats
Original-style numberplate fitted in the boot
Picnic hamper and blanket in boot
Jack found under the carpet in the boot
Elegant Anglia 105E body
Car resprayed in non-original navy blue colour
Red pinstripe down the sides
Missing Anglia Super contrasting roof colour
Minor signs of wear to the wheels
GT Radial tyres fitted
Rally lights fitted by current owner
Some patina and chips to the front end
Many badges, stickers and logos dotted around the body
Key marks around the driver’s side door handle
Paint bubbles in places, notably the roofline’s rear corners
Underneath has been sealed with Hammerite
Front axle and suspension show some surface corrosion
1198cc overhead valve inline-four from a MkII Cortina with high lift cam
MkII Ford Cortina Gearbox
Aftermarket stainless steel exhaust at a cost of £1,000
Four-speed manual transmission with synchromesh on all gears
Car has been converted to run on unleaded petrol
Vendor pointed out the car’s reliability having completed long journeys with the car in the past
Requires a fresh MOT upon purchase
In very useable condition and mechanically sound, this 1964 Ford Anglia Super GT does feature signs of a varied past. Imperfections and patina throughout the paintwork along with a stripped out interior provide a perfect base for a minor cosmetic project before the sunny days of spring arrive. That being said, it is supposedly in great mechanical condition. After getting a fresh MOT, it is therefore ready to be used on a daily basis according to the current owner.
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1964 Ford Anglia Super GT
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