Beautiful condition...292 c.i. Thunderbird V8, continental kit in the back, Fordomatic...what a great cruiser! Looks absolutely factory fresh! Ford introduced safety equipment this year, most of which was optional. The deep dish steeringwheel and door locks were standard, but the padded dash, padded visors and seatbelts were options. Those options were not a dramatic success..safety didn't sell at that point.
1935 Chrysler Airflow 4Door Sedan BeigeGray
This is the second year for the Airflow...DeSoto also had an Airflow model.
It was advanced in many ways...near 50/50 weight distribution over front
and rear wheels, achieved by moving the engine forward over the front
wheels. Additionally, it was of all steel construction, when the
opposition was still using wood for the framing. To hedge their bet,
Chrysler continued to make a conventionally styled car, the Airstream..and
that saved Chrysler's hyde! Seems the car was too different looking,
despite its many safety features. It continued for a total of four years,
from 1934 through 1937. The purpose of the advanced styling was to make
the car as streamlined and with as little wind resistance as possible. Pity
it wasn't more successful...but the experience with this car made Chrysler
much more wary of advanced designs!
1937 Cord Berlinetta 4 door Sedan Maroon
An amazing car...a closed sedan to companion with the famous convertible.
The power is from a supercharged Lycoming V8, and the transmission is a
four speed manual, preselected by that little lever on the stalk eminating
from the steering column, and, of course, front wheel drive! Everything
is class with this car! When Cord went out of business, this car was still
produced by Graham Motors as the Hollywood...but the front wheel drive and
Lycoming V8 were done.
1957 Lincoln Premier Hardtop Red
Lincoln continued the trend of the groundbreaking 1956 style with a
continued emphasis on the canted fins, sweeping lines, and massive curved
It certainly is deluxe throughout! 300 horsepower V8, and there
were 15,185 of these Premier 2 door hardtops produced. Lincoln also made 4
door Premier and Landau hardtops.
1941 Lincoln Continental 2 Door Sedan Gray
You certainly have to appreciate this "work of art"! This car really was
Edsel's baby, working hard to have it produced. The design so captivated
him, he had a personal model designed and he drove it to his Palm Beach
home..and the comments of onlookers assured him it had a future! It had a
V12 engine that used many of the parts of the flathead V8. Note the
stylish trunk to the rear of the car.
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The gentleman who owned the car before us drove it 15,000 miles, to and
from different car shows. It's a very high quality build!
351ci Cleveland Engine
C4 Automatic Transmission
Front Disc Brakes, Rear Drum
Rack and Pinion Steering
Chrome Air Cleaner and Valve Covers
Polished A/C Compressor
Cross Flow Radiator
Billet Wire Ways
Nice Motor Mounts
Newer Gas Tank
Jump Lugs Mounted Under Trunk
Period Correct Rear End
New Air Shocks Out Back
Brand New Driveshaft
Brand New Cherry Bomb Mufflers
Front Suspension is in Great Shape
Beautiful Black Paint
Chrome and Stainless are in Great Shape
Gorgeous Fit and Finish
Doors Fit and Operate Great
Door Lips and Jambs are Clean and Solid
Quarters are Straight and Solid
American Racing Aluminum Wheels
Dunlop G/T Qualifier Tires -- 225/55/17 Front and Rear
Shaved Handles and Door Poppers
Custom Finished Trunk
Frame is in Beautiful Shape, Clean and Nicely Painted
Trunk Floor is Solid
Floorboards are in Great Shape, One Professional Patch on Driver Side
Rockers are Clean and Solid
Gorgeous Custom Interior
Custom Steering Wheel
Tilt Steering Column
Custom VDO Gauges
Beautifully Painted Dash
Aftermarket CD Radio
Bench Seat Front and Back
Seatbelts Front and Back
Custom Valance for Air Vents Under Dash
Good Looking Carpet
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1956 Ford Crown Victoria
Coverage from the 2012 Deerfield Fire Association Car Show in North Branch,
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1955 Ford Sunliner Fordomatic Exterior and Interior - 2012 Concours d'Elegance du Chambly, Quebec
1955 Ford Sunliner Fordomatic Exterior and Interior - 2012 Concours
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1956 Ford Fairlane Sunliner
1956 Ford Fairlane Sunliner
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1955 Ford Fairlane Sunliner Convertible 292 Y-block V8
I thought you'd like a look at this beautiful 1955 Ford Fairlane Sunliner
Convertible. This gorgeous classic car screams of the '50s. Actually,
we're pretty sure you can hear the Happy Days theme song if you listen
closely. The Sunliner is powered by its numbers matching 292 CID V8 and
automatic transmission. The drivetrain has been recently rebuilt and now
has just 5000 miles! The exterior of the car is painted in a great looking
red and has tons of chrome! The interior is comprised of a custom red/black
vinyl. Other options include: A/C, AM/FM Radio, Convertible Auto Top, Hub
Caps, Power Brakes, Power Steering, Seat Belts, Vinyl Interior, White
Walls, and Radial Tires. The original rear-end was also rebuilt just 5000
miles ago. Other new parts include: new top, top lift and pump, driveshaft,
brakes and lines, heater core, aluminum radiator, and front end suspension
parts. I hope you find it interesting...thanks for watching!
Filmed at Gateway Classic Cars near St Louis, MO
The background music track is Whiskey on the Mississippi by Kevin MacLeod.
Available under the Creative Commons Attribution 3.0 Unported license.
Instruments: Guitar, Bass, Kit, Organ, EP
With a jumping bass and off-beat syncopation, this is straight from
Memphis' Beale Street. The Hammond organ and electric guitar play together
as longtime friends, while the melody changes hands from guitar to organ to
electric piano. 011
Bouncy, Grooving 2010
132404 / 1956 Ford Fairlane Crown Victoria
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Customs are renowned for their use of color and special paints, and this
lovely Fairlane is no exception. It's brilliant silver pearl with candy
purple, and the difference between these colors and those you'd find on a
production car is remarkable. Of course, cool paint will only get you so
far if the bodywork isn't properly done, so every panel on this car was
sanded, buffed, and massaged until it was laser-straight. And with all that
bright trim, there's nowhere for misaligned panels to hide. Like any great
custom, the modifications are so subtle and well-executed, it's almost
impossible to tell where the changes are, because it looks so factory.
Everything is crisp and beautifully blended, and you'll need a stock
Fairlane next to this one to see all the modifications.
While the original Y-block V8 was no slouch in the horsepower department, this
custom is now powered by a healthy 351 cubic inch Windsor V8. Dressed in
bright Ford Blue, the engine bay is tidy and easy to service, and a nice
compromise between flashy upgrades and OEM equipment. There's chrome on the
air cleaner and valve covers, which is pretty much standard equipment in
any modified car these days, but to keep it reliable, all the original Ford
mechanicals remain in place.
The transmission is a C6 3-speed automatic turning the Fairlane's original
live rear axle. In fact, aside from modern tube shocks, the suspension and
steering systems remain 100% original. The original frame and floors have
been undercoated to control heat and noise, and the 351 exhales through a
pair of cherry bomb mufflers that were the only choice if you were a hot
rodder in the 1950s. Traditionalists will be pleased to see that it rolls
on color-matched steel wheels with spinner wheel covers and vintage-looking
Coker Classic wide whitewall bias-ply tires.
The interior is nicely finished in matching silver and purple fabrics, and
it's very tastefully done. With pleated seats, slick cloth and vinyl door
panels, and a dashboard painted to match the body, it's the perfect
complement to the body. All the original gauges have been retained and
remain fully functional, with a trio of auxiliary gauges installed in their
own panel under the dash. The original AM radio is still in the dash in a
nod to originality and authenticity, with a modern AM/FM/CD head unit right
below it so nothing had to be cut or modified. You'll also find that the
carpets have been expertly trimmed, with a heel pad for the driver and
matching binding on the edges, including around the custom shifter housing.
True customs are all about appearances, and the beautifully finished
bodywork on this Fairlane is a tribute to the early pioneers of
metalworking and paint technology, who were often years and years ahead of
the OEMs. With all the right period touches, this is a car that will make
guys who were there smile, and create a whole new generation of custom car
fans who understand that how a car looks is just as important as how it
runs. If you're one of those guys, get in touch today, because this car is
a lot of traditional fun for not a lot of money. Call now!