Classic Car- 1955 Ford Crown Victoria
Do you remember driving out to a Soda Fountain as a kid with your parents? Do you remember the big car you sat in? It was probably a Crown Victoria.
The first “Crown Victoria” appeared in 1955; it was a two-door six-seater coupe, part of the Ford Fairlane range, that differed from the regular Victoria model (named after a type of carriage) by having a stainless steel band that ‘crowned’ the roofline, passing right over the car, as an extension of the B-pillar line. The model was produced in 1955 and 1956. In 1956, Ford added its Lifeguard safety package.
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