Firezone Sale: 1967 Ford Anglia Estate, Toyota TwinCam Swap

The predecessor to Ford of Europe’s super cool Escort (not to be confused with the abysmal US based front-drive CE14 based Escort) was called the Anglia — a patriotic name chosen a few months after the United Kingdom declared war on Germany in 1939.  Production continued after the war and the Anglia was slowly morphed into a cool little car — particularly good looking are 105E models (1959-1968).  Find this 1967 Ford Anglia Estate with Toyota Twin-Cam Swap here on eBay bidding for $1,575 reserve-not-met with 5 days to go located in Los Angeles, CA.

This Anglia was originally born in the UK, but was imported 5 years ago by the current seller and now sits in a redzone somewhere in the greater Los Angeles area.  It features a variety of upgrades from when it was restored/modified 10 years ago, and it looks very nice in the photos.

 Per the seller:

Former retro ford magazine feature car with several performance
upgrades. “Poor man’s BDA” Toyota 4AGE 16 valve, Yamaha R1 bike
carbs,custom fab intake,megajolt mappable ignition,MK2 Escort rubber
engine mounting blocks,  Ford Sierra Type 9 5spd gearbox with Fensport
aluminum bellhousing conversion kit. Burton power hydraulic clutch(self
adjusting) MK1 Cortina crossmember with custom fab gearbox mounting. MK2
Cortina 3.9 diff,MK3 Fiesta solid front discs,Peugeot 106 GTI rears
with Ferrodo DS pads. Milton race prep(Anglia suspension guru’s)
steering rack conversion,crossmember/subframe, Milton modified Anglia
track control arms,modified MK2 Cortina 1600E  struts with 170lb
springs,steel eccentric adjustable top mounts for caster/camber,Cortina
M16 ft calipers,girling remote brake and bore compsport remote clutch
reservoirs. All MK2 Cortina GT/1600E Instruments with the exeption of
custom made instrument pod.

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