TRIM: CROWN VICTORIA
MILES: 13,945 (TMU)
ENGINE: 272 V8 (Y-BLOCK)
EXTERIOR COLOR: TORCH RED OVER SNOWSHOE WHITE
INTERIOR COLOR: RED AND WHITE
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1955 Crown Vic
Over the last 3 decades, the Crown Victoria is widely known as the toughest and most durable cop car on the road. Not only were they sturdy for the men in blue, they were also tanks for the Blue Collar Americans as a daily driver. Before the "Crown Vic" was its own individual model in 1992, the name originally hearkens back to the 1950's where the iconic name had a completely different image.
In 1955, Ford introduced its new flagship 2-door sedan called the Fairlane. The Fairlane replaced the well-loved Crestliner and was Ford's answer to the Chevrolet Bel Air in every aspect of the game. Fantastic sporty styling, good power, and a handful of luxury options were all on offer. If you wanted something different than the standard Fairlane, you had 5 other options to choose from including the Crown Victoria.
The most noticeable difference from the standard Fairlane to the Crown Victoria was the Crowns B-pillar roofline. This touch was inspired by the Mercury XM-800 concept car and was finished in stainless steel, giving the car a significantly enhanced presence. The exterior is topped off with a gorgeous two-tone Torch Red and Snowshoe White paint scheme and has an interior to match. This 1955 Crown Victoria checks all of the boxes for 1950’s motoring with an eye-catching two-tone paint job, chrome galore, jet age styling, and a healthy American V8.
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