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Fords range of small engines produced through the 60s to 80s owe their basic design to the Anglia 105E engine that was first produced in 1959. The engine was unusual for the time, as it was over square, it had a large bore and a very short stroke. This meant that it could accommodate large valves in the head, which together with the small stroke made a very revable engine. The engine was picked up and turned into a competitive racing unit by numerous tuning firms including the new start up Cosworth.

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