1929 Tudor from £2604
"Ford's most popular car, this year and for years to come, was the Tudor Sedan, of which 1,948 copies were built in 1927 and 208,562 were turned out in 1928, for a model-year presentation of 210,510. Initially priced at $495, the cute little car slowly rose to $550. It weighed 2,340 pounds. The interiors were available in two types of gray cloth with gray headlining and doors panels and liner. Initially brown carpets were supplied but these reverted to black rubber floor mats late in the season. Blue silk roller shades were fitted over the rear window. Unlike the Fordor, the Tudor also used the "coupe pillar" design at the cowl.
For 1929 the practical Tudor Sedan accounted for 523,922 orders, a mark that would never again be achieved by any Model-A. Designated the Model.55-A and virtually unchanged from 1928, the car cost $525 and put on 8 pounds in weight." Source, "90 Years of Ford" George H. Dammann.