W porównaniu z oddziałem niemieckim
, oferta Forda z Dagenham przedstawia się bardziej różnorodnie.
Amerykański oddział Forda przejął 45% akcji.
100E De Luxe Saloon replaced the Popular 103E saloon in September 1959, the upright body of the earlier series being superseded by the full-width, flush-sided body of the Anglia 100E. The model is powered by a four-cylinder, 1172-cc, side-valve engine which develop 36 bhp at 4500 rpm. Distinguishable from the Prefect 107E primarily by its mesh radiator grille (as fitted to the Anglia 100E). The basic Popular is the lowest priced family saloon on the British market, at just over £494.
107E Saloon De Luxe replaced the Prefect 100E model in September 1959. Powered by the new Anglia's four-cylinder, 997-cc, ohv engine, this four-door family model feature as standard a number of refinements normally only available as extras on a car of this class.
105E Saloon, introduced in September 1959, mark a complete break with Dagenham tradition in the light car field. The sleek body styling, featuring a reverse-angle rear window, two wide opening doors and a large glass area, is complemented by notable mechanical advancements, including a compact, lightweight, high-revving four-cylinder, 997-cc, ohv engine which develop 39 bhp at 5000 rpm, a four-speed gearbox with synchromesh on the top three ratios and independent front suspension. Initially available in standard and de luxe saloon form, the latter being distinguishable by a full width radiator grille and better trim.
Consul, Zephyr and Zodiac
models continue with no material changes. These popular cars are powered by either a four-cylinder 1703-cc, ohv (Consul only) or six-cylinder, 2553-cc, ohv engine (Zephyr and Zodiac only). Front
disc brakes optional from September.
Zodiac Convertible by Carbodies at Earls Court.