Ford 1935

Model Y Popular 8 HP
Model C Ten 10 HP - new model
Model BF (4-cyl., 14.9 HP) - end of production
V8

Niemieckim odpowiednikiem nowego Forda Ten jest Eifel.

Ford Popular 8 HP (Model Y) is continued in chassis, two door, four door and 5-cwt Van form. Chassis is available for £97 10s. for coachbuilt bodywork.
Ford De Luxe 10 HP Model C is new stablemate for the Popular. It have the same 7 ft 6 in wheelbase but is roomier, more luxurious and powered by a new 1172-cc (63.5 x 92.5 mm) 10 HP 32.5-bhp side-valve engine, which is basically a larger-bore version of the Popular's 933-cc (56.6 x 92.5 mm) 7.96 HP 22-bhp unit. Within the Ford organization the Model C De Luxe is known also by the designation 20E. the Model Y Popular as 19E.
Ford V8 is available in Britain with two types of engine. The Model 48 is similar in all but minor details to the North American 1935 Ford, powered by the 30 HP 90-bhp 3622-cc (77.79 x 95.25 mm) side-valve V-8-cylinder engine. The Model 60, which is externally similar to the Model 48, have the smaller 22 HP 2227-cc (66.04 x 81.28 mm) variant, resulting in a road tax reduction from £22 10s. to £16 10s. V8 chassis is available for special bodywork and sold at £190 (October 1935).

Model Y

(R4 cyl SV, 933 cc, 22 bhp)
  Single-entrance Saloon
  Double-entrance Saloon


Ford Popular (8 HP) Single-entrance Saloon


Ford Popular (8 HP) Single-entrance Saloon


Ford Poular (8 HP) Double-entrance Saloon

Model C

(R4 cyl SV, 1172 cc, 32.5 bhp)
  Single-entrance Saloon
  Double-entrance Saloon


Ten


Picture shows touring model in South Africa, after class win in the 1935 Cape-town-Port Elizabeth-Capetown reliability trial.

V8

Model 48 30 HP (V8 cyl, 3622 cc, 90 bhp)
Model 60 22 HP (V8 cyl, 2227-cc)


Model 48


Ford V8 Saloon


Ford V8 chassis was very suitable for newspaper delivery. Shown is one of two vans operated by The Star. The bodywork was by G. Scammell and Nephew Limited of London. Doors and front roof section were from the Standard Saloon.


Model 60


These three illustrations show some special versions offered by Dagenham Motors Limited, viz. DM Sports Saloon (top; price £425) and a Foursome Drophead Coupé (£415) with the top in closed and half-open position.