this page we will try and identify the various
badges that were used on the Ford Anglia Saloon,
Estate and Van over the years of its production
run. The badges were made of metal with pins on
the back. These pins were inserted into plastic
cups located in holes within the bodywork. This
page concentrates on the side "Pillar"
"Pillar" badge is
located on the rear "C" Pillar of the
Saloon and Torino, between the rear side window
and the reverse raked window. (These badges did
not appear on the Van or Estate variants). The
"Pillar" badges could be one of three
designs, depending on the status of your Ford
Anglia Saloon. The badges appeared on both sides
of the vehicle.
|When the Ford
Anglia Super was released in 1962, it
sported a new two piece round badge. The
chrome outer section consisted of a
hollow circle with two chevrons, which
pointed towards the front of the vehicle.
The central plastic insert contained the
word "SUPER" in white on a
black background, with a white band
around the edge.
|The Ford Anglia
Torino used the same pillar badge as the
deluxe. The centre of the badge contained
5 gold stars on a red background with a
white outer ring.
This badge stayed with the Anglia until
production ceased in 1967.
reproductions of these badges are available from
various sources on the Internet,
including the Spares Department of the Ford Anglia 105E Owners Club.
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Reproduce without Permission)