Ford Eifel

Ford Eifel was a car manufactured by Ford Germany and Ford Hungary between 1935 and 1940. It was derived from the Ford Model C platform, and is related to the contemporary Ford Anglia and Ford Prefect.

About 60 000 of them were produced. The engine was a four-cylinder, four-stroke 1172 cc giving 34 hp (25 kW) at 4250 rpm. It was made with many different body types, such as a two-door sedan, a two-door cabrio coach, two- and four-seat cabriolet, two-seater roadster and a light truck. It replaced the Ford Köln and it was itself replaced by the Ford Taunus.

The model was named after the Eifel mountain range in western Germany.