CCfS car-spotting experts have seen examples in fine condition advertised for up to £10,000. Good cars seem to fall regularly in the £6k + bracket.
John Colyer, founder member of the Ford Anglia 105E Owner’s Club, told CCfS: Anglia prices certainly are rising, but £5k should still be enough to get a good one. There aren’t many coming not the market anymore, so this effect has boosted values”. While some experts cite the ‘Harry Potter effect’ as giving rise to these price increases, others look to the prices of mk1 Escorts.
Maybe it is that as values of MkI and MkII Escorts have skyrocketed over the past 5-10 years, people priced out of that market have moved towards Anglias instead.
John added “Anglias are also popular with modifiers, and it tends to be these cars that have had a lot of work done to them that command asking prices up to £10k.”