If you see this next car and get a primordial tingling of deja vu…you might be right, because we’ve featured this car before…and not just another Falcon Caribbean kit car, but this exact Falcon Caribbean was featured in a “what am I?” post in 2014. It is, unfortunately, still in the same semi-finished state as before and the Ford Anglia chassis (probably not the Austin 7 as specified by the seller) is not entirely sorted under the fiberglass body. Get it for cheap, store it, don’t actually do anything to it, and then sell for the same price a few years later. Sounds like a recipe for success. Find this 1959 Falcon Caribbean offered for $7800 via facebag monsterbook.
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 […]
The 100E generation Ford Anglia was a subcompact 2 door saloon car built by Ford in the UK from 1953 to 1959. They also built a 4 door version under the Prefect name, two estate versions, the Escort and Squire, plus a van version called the Thames 300E. This next car barely resembles the Escort […]
Its not often that we feature more than one car – but today we’ve got an entire collection of rotting cars for sale. We got wind of 200 cars headed to the crusher (later this year or spring 2013) via the corviarcenter.com forums and contacted the seller at BTS Automotive and they directed us to […]