A rather unusual two-tone colour scheme is used on Oxford’s Ford Popular from the early 1950s. The bright red and black livery is complemented with chrome exterior trim whilst the interior is black with dark red seating and a brown steering wheel. The 2-door, four seater Ford Pop is registered 752 FVW.
Manufactured in England between 1953 and 1962, at the time it was Britain’s lowest priced car at £390 including taxes. Capable of a top speed of 60 mph, it did 36.4miles to the gallon. An optional starting handle, key operated boot and semaphore signalling were also the trademarks of this simple little car that was the pride of many families in the early 1950s.