This 1955 Ford Crown Victoria is a beautifully restored example with fantastic southern history. In 1955, Ford completely redesigned the look and feel of its cars across its product lines. New in 1955 was the top-of-the-line Fairlane models, which were named for Ford's ""Fair Lane"" estate in Michigan, and these new Fairlanes replaced the old Crestline models. The new-look Fairlane was wider, flatter, and lower, giving the Fords a sleeker and more up-to-date appearance. .....
Wraparound windshields also became standard equipment on all 1955 Ford models as well, giving drivers an even better view while cruising down the road. Along with the debut of the new '55 Fairlane a new iconic model was also introduced, the Crown Victoria. Known for its eponymous ""Crown"" that stretched across the top of the car along a non-structural B pillar, the Crown Vic would become somewhat of an icon for Ford. This particular Crown Victoria comes to us from an Arkansas-based collector and spent time in New Mexico previously. Powering this '55 Ford is an upgraded 292 Cubic Inch V8 engine that is paired with a single 4 barrel carburetor. Anyone can drive this 1955 Crown Victoria since the 292 V8 is hooked up to an Automatic Transmission. Dual Exhaust gives this classic Ford a nice throaty sound. The chrome and brightwork around the exterior of this Crown Vic has a fantastic look. This 1955 Crown Victoria is a well-optioned example as well. Power brakes provides plenty of stopping power for all of that extra horsepower under the hood. With Power Steering, getting in and out of those tight parking spaces is made much easier. The exterior on this Ford Crown Victoria has been refinished in its original color scheme of Raven Black and Snowshoe White. Wide whitewall bias-ply tires with full wheelcovers give this iconic Ford a nice classic look. The front and rear bench seats have been correctly reupholstered in white vinyl with black cloth inserts which give this Ford Crown Victoria a nice period correct look. The dash, door panels and steering wheel are all in wonderful shape and appear to be in their stock configuration. The stock dash is equipped with a 120 MPH speedometer, temperature gauge, and fuel gauge, along with an AM radio and clock. Whether you're looking for your very first classic or collectible car, or your garage is filled with many 50s Ford cruisers, this 1955 Ford Crown Victoria would be an excellent choice. Give us a call today!
*292 Cu. In. V8
*Single 4 Barrel Carburetor
*1st Year For Crown Victoria
*Correct Raven Black/Snowshoe White Exterior
*Correct White Vinyl/Black Cloth Interior
*Wide Whitewall Tires w/ Full Wheel Covers
*Odometer Reads: 20,864 Miles
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