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1949 ANGLIA FOR SALE!!
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A not completed project car., Body is all done(all steel), $10,000 in "custom metalwork" alone , Front+rear steel fenders were cut + widened 1.5", 39 Ford teardrop tailights frenched in and leaded, Front fenders were "piecut' and re-radiused to match the tire radius, All work done in "lead',not bodyfiller, Bearclaw latches installed in doors, Custom made one of a kind running boards made/installed, Custom made engine filler side panels made so engine can be viewed when hood is on, new floor, tubbed, Mustang 2 front end, Ford 9" rear with coilovers, wheeley bars, A  modified 350SBC motor with 350 turbo auto., Original very rare Keystone Rebel mags,... basically the car need glass, interior ( 2 bucket seats included), and paint.  A gallon of finish red paint and urethane primer included with car.,  I have approx 50 detailed photos of the metal work being done in a photo album so I cannot send those photos but they are good to show a prospective buyer in person., YOU WILL NEVER FIND A SOLID ALL METAL BODY LIKE THIS ONE!!,

NOTE:- There is an Inglese weber carb induction system in the photos.  **This is NOT included in the selling price. Also I have available 2 fiberglass rear fenders radiused out for slicks ,and the "factory" steel hood with flip up sides for sale as parts.   If serious you can email me at  jacksons57@hotmail.ca, or phone 1-905-391-0022 ,Located outside Toronto, Ontario, Canada so note the time difference if calling! This would be a $50,000 car when its finished.           ASKING PRICE IS $19,995 US.

 

 

 



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One sweet Anglia, and one heck of a good price, it sure cannot be built for that.

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X2 good luck with the sale.

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That is "A lot of Car" for the money.

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slab wrote:

X2 good luck with the sale.


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Welcome to the site from Walkerton. That is a SWEET looking Anglia. Brings back a lot of memories of the one we built in the 60's. Good luck - sure can't build them for that price.

 

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I think it needs to be chopped and dropped, but keep the lean back look...and that would make a killer rod. add some wicked mods, and a one-off paint scheme, and it would be worthy of front page CKD, or OSR for sure!! or any other rag for that matter!!
Good Luck

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Oh my. That's a good lookin car. If only Govt pensions paid more. Good luck with the sale. Someone will get a great car.

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Hi, I just saw your comment to my old ad for my Anglia for sale. I sold it to a gentleman in Prince Edward Island. He bought it just from the photo's  and came out with an enclosed trailer to pick it up.  The really strange thing to me is your photo of the Knob Hill Speed and Custom Anglia because I grew up in scarborough and lived across the road from Knob Hill Speed and custom. I bought my 1st set of mags from the owner for my 1968 Cutlass "S", with a factory 350, 4 speed hurst shifter. .I remembered the owners name all my life and now suddenly, the name escapes me! I remember that he had an AMX in the back of the shop that I think they raced. I didn't remember that there was an Anglia until I saw your photo. The "really" strange thing about your car photo is that one of the names on the side of the car is Lang, and that is my last name too. What a coincidence. I was building the  same car 45 years later , same last name, and i lived across the street at that time/   Holy!! 



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was'nt the owner's name mort ?



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jacksons57 wrote:

Hi, I just saw your comment to my old ad for my Anglia for sale. I sold it to a gentleman in Prince Edward Island. He bought it just from the photo's  and came out with an enclosed trailer to pick it up.  The really strange thing to me is your photo of the Knob Hill Speed and Custom Anglia because I grew up in scarborough and lived across the road from Knob Hill Speed and custom. I bought my 1st set of mags from the owner for my 1968 Cutlass "S", with a factory 350, 4 speed hurst shifter. .I remembered the owners name all my life and now suddenly, the name escapes me! I remember that he had an AMX in the back of the shop that I think they raced. I didn't remember that there was an Anglia until I saw your photo. The "really" strange thing about your car photo is that one of the names on the side of the car is Lang, and that is my last name too. What a coincidence. I was building the  same car 45 years later , same last name, and i lived across the street at that time/   Holy!! 


Congratulations on your sale Jack.  It is no wonder it sold just from the pictures.  It was an awesome build.  Just the way an Anglia should look.

As for our Knob Hill Speed and Custom Anglia.  The car was built in London in the early 60's.  I (John Willoughby) was a sales rep living in Toronto with a sales territory in Scarborough.  I became friends with the owner (escapes me too) of Knob Hill Speed Shop who was looking for some real good Anglia panels to use as moulds to make fiberglass Anglia body panels.  He had a friend who was in this business.  I gave him ours and we were the first to run his fiberglass one piece front end, the doors, the rear fenders and the trunk lid were all fiberglass.  They came no charge to us.  He agreed to sponsor our car with a free paint job and parts at cost.  The car set the NHRA G/Gas record at 10.79 with a modified 292 GMC six cylinder, cut down V-8 heads and a home made Hilborn Fuel Injection set up.

I don't think we ever had the car at the Knob Hill Speed and Custom shop in Scarborough, so you would not have seen it there.  We were all London guys.  As for Lang, Wayne Lang and Ralph Hope were my partners and they went on to bigger and better things with their partner Wes Rydell and the first fiberglass Vega.

It is a coincidence you were doing yours 45 years later, and you did well.  It is a GREAT looking car.

Hope you enjoy the Ontario Rodders Site - it is not a bad place to hang around.  Welcome.



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studeshaker wrote:

was'nt the owner's name mort ?


 pretty sure the owner's first name was mort.



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Owner of Knob Hill Speed & Custom was Jim Millwain Sr. & his partners 1st. name was Milt or as we called him "uncle Milt" Jim is still alive & his son Jim Jr. is a member of my car club here in Durham Region & owns a 28/29 Ford "Vicky" street rod. Another member in club also has a Anglia rod but hasn't been on the road in over 15yrs. just sitting in his garage BUT not for sale "right " now!!!!! Pete

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dualquadpete wrote:

Owner of Knob Hill Speed & Custom was Jim Millwain Sr. & his partners 1st. name was Milt or as we called him "uncle Milt" Jim is still alive & his son Jim Jr. is a member of my car club here in Durham Region & owns a 28/29 Ford "Vicky" street rod. Another member in club also has a Anglia rod but hasn't been on the road in over 15yrs. just sitting in his garage BUT not for sale "right " now!!!!! Pete


 milt - right on pete. my old memory nearly got it right. lol. i used to spend a few bucks in there in the early - mid 70's then head over to the knobby for a tray or two.



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Doug,Ah yes the Knob Hill Hotel, might have seen you in there, as I was living in TO at that time. I Remember buying a "Sparkomatic" 3spd. floor shifter at Knob Hill for my 55 chevy. One of the guys I still see at cruise in's has Knob Hill's Old AMX [ AMC] that they used as a drag car but has been restored back to stock!!!

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Thanks Pete for the Knob Hill Speed and Custom owners name. Milt seems like the person I was dealing with, but it was so long ago.
You mentioned Jim Jr. being a member in your car club. I would be pleased to share some pictures and information with him about our Knob Hill car if he was interested.
Please PM me his contact information if he is.
Thanks for your help.

John

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John, may see Jim tonight, at club Christmas dinner but heard he & his wife just split [ geez I went through that 2 Christmas's ago] so it may be awhile but I'm sure he will want to know info & pass it to his dad. pete

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