Our friend Bobby owns a '55 Ford Crown Victoria that at one time he had planned on restoring. He has decided the project would require more work than he is prepared to undertake, however, so he is selling this car. It could be used for parts or potentially could be restored. He had removed the engine and transmission, and the engine (312 V8) would need rebuilt.
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1955 Ford Crown Victoria Glasstop
Beautiful Waterfall Blue & White Paint
All Chrome and Stainless in Excellent Condition
3 Speed Manual
Chrome Vintage Tissue Box
Runs & Drives Great!
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1955 FORD CROWN VIC HARDTOP COUPE - CLASSIC MID-FIFTIES STYLING
1955 brought out the new Ford design, a symetrical and stylish car which
featured hooded headlights, fender spear that divided two tone colors, and
with the Crown Vic that stainless steel " crown" that wrapped over the roof
from side to side. This band was sometimes referred to as the " basket
handle ". The low end Ford was the plain jane Mainline, then the
Customline, and Fairlane. The Crown Vic was within the Fairlane model.
The engine choices were an L head 6, 223 cid, with 120 hp, then the V8,
272 cid, that would produce either 162 hp or 182 hp. This particular Vic
costs $2,202 at the dealer and has the optional continental kit and skirts
which make the Vic look lower and longer. The interior always matched the
two-tone paint scheme which has a harmonious effect. The Crown Vic name
was revived in the eighties and was utilized taxi companies and police
forces for years. Alas, the Crown Vic of today will cease production this
year. No more Crown Vic cabs and law enforcement vehicles. Thanks very
much for viewing this gorgeous '55 Crown Vic.