Crosley was a small, independent American manufacturer of
subcompact cars, bordering on microcars. At first called the
Crosley Corporation and later Crosley Motors Incorporated, the
Cincinnati, Ohio, firm was active from 1939 to 1952, interrupted by
World War II production.
We have a great modified and restored 1952 Crosley Super Station
Wagon custom here at Skyway Classics that was manufactured by
Crosley Motors in Richmond, Indiana and is the last year in which
Crosley automobiles were manufactured.
When it was new, our Crosley had an engine that produced just under
30 horsepower with the 724cc CIBA (Crosley Cast Iron Block
Assembly) inline-four breathing through a 1-barrel carburetor and a
3-speed manual transmission.
Open the hood and you will see that our Crosley has been warmed
over and now is powered by a GM Performance 3.4L 60 degree V6
engine that easily produces 240 horsepower, quite an
Power is delivered to the rear wheels through a 700 R automatic
transmission that feeds into a narrowed nine-inch Ford, 38 inch
wide Detroit Locker differential.
The front wheel spindles are from a Mustang II and have been
dropped two inches. Rear suspension is a four-bar arrangement and
the front is tubular A arms with a rack and pinion steering system
that was narrowed by 9 inches.
Coil over shocks, four wheel disc brakes, stainless steel exhaust
system, Be Cool radiator, 15 inch Billet Specialties wheels, and
Vintage Air conditioning round out the changes.
It has a complete custom interior with twin front bucket seats
upholstered in a two-tone light and dark tan with matching door
panels, brown carpet, brown three-spoke billet steering wheel on
the adjustable column, floor shifter, orange body painted dash with
aftermarket performance gauges, air conditioning, and more.
The rear cargo area is well equipped in the same carpet and
trimming that is on the door panels and really looks amazing.
The body on this vehicle received a number of exterior
modifications during the rebuilding process and was finished off in
a quite noticeable orange paint which looks amazing.
All the trim and glass is great looking too.
The frame was constructed using two by three inch rectangular
tubing for strength and durability.
We have a one-of-a-kind modified and restored 1952 Crosley Super
Station Wagon custom here at Skyway Classics that you must see and
hear, let alone drive.
Be the center of attention at any car show or cruise you go to.
Give us a call at 941-254-6608.
1952 Crosley Station Wagon
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