Not related to the Tower: ’37 Ford Eifel Roadster

37 Ford Eifel Roadster

The Ford Eifels were built in Germany and Hungary from 1935-’39 and bodies were built by many European coach builders. They really look similar to American Fords of the same era, but the bodies are scaled down and are about the size of an American Bantam. Naturally they were powered by a Ford 1172cc side-valve four-cylinder engine mounted in a Ford Model C chassis and a majority of the model run was produced in Köln, Germany. Several body styles were offered: two-door saloon, four-door, and roadster. Read More