Summary

  • Year of manufacture 
    1968
  • Car type 
    Other
  • Chassis number 
    BB22GJ48652
  • Engine number 
    450
  • Lot number 
    207
  • Drive 
    RHD
  • Condition 
    Used
  • Exterior brand colour 
    Red
  • Number of seats 
    2
  • Location
  • Exterior colour 
    Other
  • Gearbox 
    Manual
  • Drivetrain 
    2wd
  • Fuel type 
    Petrol

Description

Superbly prepared, FIA-compliant Anglia eligible for theCTCRCand HRDC TC63 seriesCampaigned by the Maskell family, well known for their success in Superspeed AngliasPurchased by our vendor in 2014. Subject to major expenditure. Full build spec availableFIA Historic Technical Passports 2007 and 1964 (Model). Eligible for pre-65Delightfully presented. Mechanically fresh and sure to be competitive in 2020Offered here is a competition-prepared (Appendix 'K'), 1200cc, pre-crossflow 1968 Ford Anglia Super with its original and undamaged body and chassis. Over the last few years, almost everything has been refreshed including the engine, gearbox, cooling system and ignition. In 2007, the carwas purchased by the Maskell family Glen Maskell had enjoyed considerable success in a Superspeed Anglia in period and was prepared by them for circuit racing, going about it as they used to, fitting a larger capacity engine, short-shift gearbox and finishing the car in Superspeed Red.In their ownership for sevenyears, and competing in events like the Historic Masters, and the Spa 6 Hours driven byAndy Maskell,it was subsequently purchased by our vendor in 2014 who thenrecommissioned the car completely fitting a close-ratio gearbox, Weber carburation and fully prepared to the appropriate regulations allowing it to competein CTCRCand the HRDC TC63 series. It has a steel crank, steel rods, JE pistons, gas-flowed head, Kent A6 cam, lightweight flywheel and is blueprinted and balanced, all withDyno time only.It's fuelled from a 40-litre alloy tank through a Facet fuel pump to twin DCOE Webers on agas flowed manifold and exhausted through an Ashley exhaust with side-exit and quick release clamp. Thegearbox is FIA-compliant, short ratio with a Helix 7.5" clutch, balanced prop shaft and LSD. An FIA-compliant disc brake conversion is fittedwith new calipers, braided lines, master cylinder and pedal bias adjustment. Suspension is courtesy of MacPherson struts with a big anti-roll bar at the front and adjustable Armstrong lever-arm dampers, stiffened parabolic springs and (homologated) anti-tramp bars at the rear. The interior is superb and is fitted with a welded-in 6-point cage, Perspex windows, heated screen, FIA 'Lifeline' extinguisher, Sparco 2000 seat and TRS race harness.The car hasan FIA Historic Technical Passport dating from 2007 and remains in FIA-spec (apart from the ignitionand trailing arm suspension-original parts with the car).It alsoan FIA passport relating to the model's original date of homologationin 1964, making it eligible for Pre-65 racing series.For those sufficiently ancient to remember the days of the Broadspeed Anglias pedalled by John Fitzpatrick, Peter Proctor, Chris Craft and Anita Taylor, these little cars will always be rather nostalgic but, make no mistake, this particular example is freshly prepared, potentially competitive and ready for 2020.