Ford Pilot (E71A)
1947 to 1951
Body versions :
Saloon , station wagon ,pickup
Gasoline : 2.2-3.6 liters (44-66 kW)
Curb weight :
The Ford Pilot (Model E71A) was a luxury car that was built from 1947 to 1951 by Ford in England and Australia.
The Ford Pilot was the first large post-War British Ford.This had a pre-war V8 engine with a displacement of 3600 cc and a power of 90 hp The gearbox had three speeds.Built with 6-volt Lucas the starter & generator. And larger 16 inche wheels.
In its time this was the top model in the English Ford program with Leather upholstery the dashboard was made of Bakelite plastic from the time as standard.With four-door saloons Stretched Limousine, a Estate and pick-up versions in some markets such as Ford in Australia . In four years, a total of 22,115 pieces were built. In 1951 This was replaced by the completely redesigned Ford Zephyr .
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