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Is this Barn Find bargain the Cheapest Classic Car in Britain? In this episode of The Late Brake Show Jonny Smith meets a chap called Murray who, back in 1975, bought a 1953 Ford Popular for £15. He drove it regularly for 5 years or so, but upon relocating and buying a new house, he put it away and never drove the car again. That was 1982. Ford Pops were Britain’s cheapest cars, and could be purchased new for some £300.
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1:10 Meet the owner
2:20 Original receipt
3:30 Opening the garage
4:00 Clearing garage
6:00 Secret new tyres
6:45 Ford Popular history
7:15 Crank handle
7:27 MOVING OUT OF GARAGE
8:04 Wooden floors
8:58 Engine bay
10:02 VIN plate
10:40 Engine blown
11:55 Engine checks
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