The Ford Ten (or Ford 7W) was a car in the lower middle class, the Ford England from 1937 to 1938 produced.
He was the successor to the Model C Ten and had the same side-valve inline four-cylinder engine with 1172cc and a power of 22 kW as its predecessor. Front and rear axles is suspended from the transverse leaf springs. The mechanical brakes on all four wheels came from Girling.
Successor from 1939 was the Ford Prefect. In two years 41 665 Ford Ten were built.