The Ford Popular (Ford Model Y/Ford Eight) was the first Ford car built exclusively for international markets. It was sold in Britain, France, and Germany until shortly before World War II, and was economical with a 100 GBP pricetag and a fuel economy of 32 miles per gallon. However, the engine only produced eight horsepower, and the brakes were not much use for stopping at short notice. Its name was revived in the 1950s for another small car, which was a contemporary of the Ford Prefect and Ford Anglia. This blue 1933 Ford Popular sedan made its way across the Atlantic, and then across America, to end up at the California Automobile Museum in Sacramento.