Ford Country Squire The Wagon Master
Sit back, turn up the sound and imagine you are the Griswold's. Featured
are Country Squires from 1959 to 1987, huge chrome monsters, laced with
woodgrain paneling, and room for half the basketball team. These are the
SUV's of the 50' 60's and 70's, great cars with lots of room, class and
plenty of power to tow.
1956 Ford Station Wagons commercial
This commercial showcases the 1956 Ford Station Wagons - including models
such as the Country Squire and the Park Lane.
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Country Squires of the Silverscreen
The legendary Ford Country Squire was not only the "Wagonmaster" of the
American Road, the Country Squire was widely used in film, especially in
the 1960's thru the early 1980's. Sit back and watch, see if you can figure
out some of the TV shows and movies in this video.
MM CLASICOS FORD LTD COUNTRY SQUIRE STATION WAGON V8 1981
MM CLASICOS FORD LTD COUNTRY SQUIRE STATION WAGON V8 1981, Museo,
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Hot Rod Station Wagon [S6 Ep.9-1]
Station Wagons...Love them or hate them, we all have some stories to tell
about them! But most of us have never dreamed that a wagon could be a Hot
rod or cool custom...but they can! Today on GEARZ, Stacey shows how much
fun a wagon can be when it has an LS engine under the hood, and two four
barrel carburetors sitting on it. If you ever wanted to thrash your Dad's
old Wagon, this is the show for you! After that Stacey digs into some of
the most asked questions regarding shooting waterborne paint, and finally
we take a trip to Texas to see how one body-man created his own business by
selling tools, instead of using them. If you are looking for a new career,
this could be your answer.
1977 Ford LTD Country Squire drive
I shot a small video in March driving the wagon around Macomb Ill, where I
used to attend college at. I did some repair work to the engine to get her
running better but she still needs the engine rebuilt. At times you can see
the camera vibrate, this is due to a bad miss in the engine.
Starting a '76 Country Squire
My friend Luke and I trying to start and idle a 1976 Ford LTD Country
Squire station wagon.
It sat in the woods only occasionally being started for about 5-6 years.
I will try to answer comments as best that I can, but keep in mind I am not
the 'car guy'. So the answers may take awhile.
World's Greatest Wagon? - /BIG MUSCLE
• BIG MUSCLE GARAGE
Sometimes old cars break, it's just what happens. While some may see this
as an inconvenience, we here at /BIG MUSCLE took it as an opportunity to
expand our horizons, take a chance, and venture to a place we rarely
frequent - the drag strip. Our plan was to film, talk to and get an idea of
what racers go through when they run their cars down the 1,320. Everything
was going great, until that is, they told us WE could race. We showed up in
our 1992 Chevrolet Caprice wagon, aka, the Battle Wagon, so we knew we
weren't going to set any records. What we weren't prepared for though, was
the amount of fun we'd have running one of the slowest vehicles on the
planet, at one of the fastest places in Northern California.
Ford LTD Country Squire 1977
This is Aunt Edna. She is a 1977 Ford LTD Country Squire. These kings of
the road once ruled the automotive landscape, now slowly being forgotten.
She was found under a tree in 2004, sitting for three years. It had mold
growing inside the windows and was being used for storage by the farmer
that owned it. I paid $150....shes come a long way since then. The paint
looked orange it was so badly faded, the wood sides where white, and the
whole brake system was shot.....it took some labor and a lot of love....but
its been worth it.
When I was driving home in November of 2005, I hit a deer at 65 mph in the
Chicago burbs. I found a salvage yard where I go to school in Macomb, IL
(home of WIU), I repainted the front clip, and replaced it my apt. parking
This video was taken at whim. I was playing with my digital camera and I
discovered that it could record. This was also the last time the wagon was
able to drive. In January of 2007, my head gasket blew. I sent it to a
local shop in Macomb, IL called D_D's Garage. He had the car for three
months to fix it. It was never right. I took it back to Chicago, Aunt Edna
over heated and cracked a head. I had her towed back to D_D's Garage, where
he had it for another four months. He scamed me, I now have a car that
longer is driveable. But Aunt Edna is getting another engine this spring.
And yes, that is Close Encounters of the Third Kind playing on 8 track.
0-60 test with 1976 Ford LTD Country Squire with pimped 460 engine 1
Test run with my new 460 engine.
Check out my new 0-60 video where I did it on petrol with all the LPG stuff
removed. It's faster!!
For a 5000+ lbs I think 9 secs aint bad. But I do feel a good tune up will
take off som 0,5-1 sec. It's got a nice 1:10,5 compression, straight
timing, a DUI ignition, ported heads, holley 4160 750cfm with vac sec and a
comp cams xe256h camshaft. Tranny and rear axle have stock gears, so rear
axle is 1:2,73. Btw I'm driving on LPG so performance I a tad less compared