In this book the author, Ford enthusiast Michael Allen, has turned his attention to those models which established the company firmly in the small-car market.
He explains the urgent need for a small Ford in the 1930s and sketches the careers of the Y and C models which filled the gap.
He recalls the introduction of the famous Ford Eight and Ford Ten models which became household words in the immediately prewar years.
Their metamorphosis into the Anglia and Prefect in 1938-9 further extended the national vocabulary, and these were the cars which were to provide many people with transport again when the war was over.
The last of the line, the well-known 'upright' Popular, was to soldier on until 1959.
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