1956 Ford Victoria Television Commercial

This short television advertisement was presented before the regular showing of the Ford Theatre program and features a 1956 Ford Fairlane Victoria. Master-Guide power steering is the main focus of this advertisement although the big news in '56 was the adoption of the 12 volt electrical system across the Ford line. Lifeguard safety features were also briefly mentioned but never materialized as a major selling point.

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1956 56 Ford Fairlane Victoria For Sale
A very sharp restored 1956 Ford Fairlane Victoria two door hardtop, with a 292 cu in V8 engine with dual Exhaust. Has the hard to find three speed manual transmission on the column. Very nice two-tone paint on solid New Mexico body, with very nice interior and solid undercarriage. Runs and drives very good. Specs: Year 1956, Make Ford, Model Fairlane Victoria, Exterior Color Red and White Interior Color Red and White, Body Style 2 door Hardtop, Engine 292 Cu in. V8, Doors 2, Transmission Manual, Drivetrain RWD, Mileage 77,000 Additional Options: Dual Exhaust, Manual Transmission, Fender Skirts

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