1952 Ford Pilot Station Wagon - Brooklin Models
Code LDM116 Colour Maroon Measure 105mm or 4 ¼ inch The V8 Pilot was a Dagenham-built answer to Ford’s lack of a large saloon immediately after the war. Ford’s ubiquitous V8 had been produced in various guises in the United States, Germany and France as well as the United Kingdom. The Pilot was the last of this pre-war design to remain in production. Although the saloon was produced in large numbers the woody was a rare variant and few survive today, the best known probably being the example built for King George VI in the Royal Household at Sandringham.