1964 FORD COUNTRY SQUIRE STATION WAGON -- EXCELLENT EXAMPLE
Gaze at this excellent example of a Ford wagon. To me what is so amazing is the condition of the Din-Noc wood paneling along the sides for most wood grain decals don't last this long and replacement decals are extremely hard to find. There are two choices for Ford wagons this year. The less expensive model is labled the Country Sedan and the example shown here is the upper level wagon, the Country Squire. Both wagon models were four doors with either 6 or 9 passenger seating. This wagon is a six seater. The 64 Ford is the best looking big Fords of the decade and today they still retain those good looks. This Country Squire had a retail price of $3,029 and 23, 570 with six seats were produced this year. The 9 seat wagon cost $3,099 and 23,120 of those were sold. The big wagons demanded big engines so there were three to choose from: all V8's, 352 cid / 250 bhp., the 390 cid with 300 - 330 bhp., and the 427 cid with between 410 - 425 horses. This example has the 352. Looking over this wagon you will see the engine compartment is appearing new, the paint and trim is in excellent condition, and again the wood paneling is very good along with the luggage rack. Love those famous large round Ford taillights. Thanks very much for viewing this hardy 1964 Ford Country Squire Station Wagon.
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