Ford produced many versions of their full-size model in 1956 -
their only car model in '56. This top-of-the-line Crown Victoria
with its unique hardtop styling, fully chromed front end, subtle
rear fins and classic taillights was 1956 to perfection. A full
restoration (2012) included a professional respray of Turquoise and
White that is in excellent condition. Exterior accents include
chrome bumper guards, rear fender skirts and 15" BFG wide-white
bias ply tires w/full wheel covers. The interior was fully restored
with Black/White pleated vinyl upholstery, beautiful carpeting and
a classic dash with AM radio and factory gauges - very easy to
enjoy. Under the hood is an M-Code Thunderbird 292ci V8 that
produces 200 horsepower and 289 lb/ft of torque. It is said to have
never required a rebuild and runs like a timepiece. Behind the
Y-block is the factory 3-speed manual transmission. In 1956 Ford
upgraded all of their cars from a 6-volt electrical system to a
12-volt system with 30-amp generator. The chassis is fitted with
manual steering and manual 4-wheel drum brakes. Look at the photos
again - the attention to detail applied to the restoration of this
Crown Victoria hardtop is outstanding. This Ford is ready for a new
owner who will appreciate the beauty and style of this full-size
classic. ALL VEHICLES SOLD "AS IS".
1956 Ford Crown Victoria
Location:Concord, North Carolina
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