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Ford CX

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Subject: Ford of Europe, Ford Model C Ten, Ford Vendôme, Ford Cargo, Ford Köln
Collection: 1930S Automobiles, Ford of Europe Vehicles, Sedans, Vehicles Introduced in 1935
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Ford CX

Ford CX
Overview
Manufacturer Ford Europe
Production 1935-1937
Powertrain
Engine 1172 cc Sidevalve I4

The Ford CX is a car that was produced by Ford Europe from 1935 to 1937. During that period 96,553 cars were produced. It was powered by an 1172 cc Ford Sidevalve engine.


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