Ford Model C
The Model C was a car midrange proposed 1934-1937 by U.S. carmaker Ford exclusively for the British market and the German one.
The Ford Model C was launched in 1934 to market the Anglo-Saxon and German and is proposed as the luxury version of the Ford Model Y, with respect to which was then positioned higher and which differed from the first to the engine, a 4-cylinder 1172cc, capable of delivering 34hp of maximum power. The name was derived from that used for the Model C sold in the United States between 1904 and 1905. In 1935 there was a facelift, and the model began to be called CX.34