A more powerful version of the Anglia joined the range in 1962, the Anglia Super. The Super used a larger 1197cc (1200) version of the standard Anglia engine and enjoyed improved performance as a result.
To distinguish the new model a two-tone paint scheme was standard, this consisted of a side stripe and roof panel painted in a contrasting colour. Other "extras" included full wheel trims, better interior trim, a new front grille and extra badges. The Anglia Super lasted in production with the basic models until the all new Escort appeared in 1967.
the Anglia has a single flow head u can put a crossvlow head on by potting 1600 kent pistons in an u have a anglia crossflow