Manufactured by Ford in the U.K., Anglias were at one point touted as the “cheapest cars in the world”. Due to their spartan features, Anglias were not hugely popular in the 1950s but a wheelbase rule change by NHRA in 1963 paved the way for short wheelbase (90”) Anglias, and their Thames and Prefect “cousins”, to gain fame and fortune as gassers.

1948 Anglia Gasser, Blue – 8” long, features raised front end, hood scoop, fenderwell headers, front spoked wheels, rear slots, piecrust slicks, ladder bars, roof insert.