1950 Ford Crestliner Sedan | Ardell Brown Classic Carswww.ardellscars.com/1950-ford-crestliner-sedan/This 1950 Ford Crestliner Sedan has been custom restored to period correct specs. The two-tone Bumble Bee paint scheme is a real attention getter. Custom chrome exterior trim also help to set this car apart from the others The interior trim matches the exterior. It is powered by a flat head V-.8 with a Clay Smith cam, dual carburetors and an Offenhauser intake.The detail on this car make it really exceptional. The chassis is as nicely detailed as the underhood and trunk.1950 saw a newCrestliner"sports sedan"a 2-door sedan with 2-tone paint intended to battle Chevrolet's popular hardtop coupe of 1950.Another new name wasCountry Squire, which referred to the 2-door wood-sided station wagon. All wagons received flat-folding middle seats at mid-year, an innovation that would reappear in the minivans of the 1990s. The 1949 and 1950 styling was similar, with a single central "bullet" in the frowning chrome grille.In the center there was a red space that had either a 6 or 8 depending if the car had the six-cylinder engine or the V8.The trim lines were renamed as well, with "Standard" becoming "Deluxe" and "Custom" renamed "Custom Deluxe". The new Fords got the now-famous "Ford Crest" which appeared on the division's vehicles for many decades in one form or another. A Deluxe Business Coupe was also marketed.