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These days, we're spoilt rotten. Even the cheapest and most basic cars on sale now have air conditioning, electric windows and CD players. But it wasn't always like this. From post-war austerity to just keeping it simple, here are our top 10 cars which did without stuff.
The whole idea of the Ford Popular 103E, made from 1953 to 1959, was to keep its price down below £500. That meant no frills whatsoever: there was just one vacuum-operated wiper, no heater, no boot floor, tiny headlamps and painted bumpers instead of chrome ones. Just four paint colours were offered, there was only one brake light and there were no indicators at all.
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