This Parklane is 1 of 15,186 Produced for one year only in 1956, a true Long Beach California car the Ford Parklane two-door station wagon was built to compete against the Chevrolet Nomad, which it did with relative success, outselling it almost two to one. Unlike the Ranch Wagon on which it was based, the Parklane had all the amenities of the top-of-the-line Fairlane, including the trademark stainless body side moldings. With styling cues borrowed from the Crown Victoria and even the sporty Thunderbird, the Parklane was distinctively styled and, thanks to Master Glide power steering and Swift Sure power brakes, possessed road manners. The 292 V8 that came paired with a 2 speed automatic transmission held nothing back at 202 horsepower. This vehicle is a beautiful two tone salmon pink and white on the exterior with a matching two tone red and white interior. A true family cruiser that is ready for weekend picnics or just around town errands, just make sure you do it in style in our 56’ parklane!