1954 Ford Victoria - $25,250.00
1954 Ford Crestline Victoria
When we moved into the 50's there was a clear shift in the design style of automobiles. They were becoming more square with incorporated fenders ultimately leading to what would be known as the "shoebox" Ford. When 1952 rolled around, Ford introduced the Crestline model of cars. They were the top trim level for the time and Ford would continue its use of the Victoria name as it was applied to the 2 door hardtops. Production only continued until 1954 after which Ford introduced the Fairlane. Minor cosmetic changes were noted throughout its production and in '54 Ford produced just over 13,000 of these cars. This '54 Crestline is a great looking car that has been very well maintained throughout its life. The body is very solid with zero rust throughout. It is a very clean survivor car that has been kept very original. The paint is a Cadet blue combined with a Sandstone White type. The body was redone but the top is the original paint which still looks good. They are not currently in place but the car does come with a set of matching fender skirts. All of the chrome and trim on these cars were beautifully laid out and all of those pieces on this car have a very nice shining finish. The car rides on Blue matching 15 inch wheels topped with its original Ford hubcaps and wrapped in Michelin radial white wall tires.
Turning those tires is the factory original 223 c.i. straight 6 cylinder motor that runs great. This was the first year this motor was introduced with previous years only using flatheads. The engine compartment is very clean with a nice Blue firewall and gloss Black inner fenders. The motor is topped off with the Ford Special oil bath airc leaner and the valve cover is accented by a Ford Inline 6 vintage sign painted style decal which is a nice old school touch. The transmission is the 2 speed Fordomatic which shifts smoothly. The car runs well and doesn't smoke.
Engine Code A I6 223 ci OHV 115hp
Production Year 4 1954
Assembly Plant G Chicago, IL
Body Style V Tudor Victoria
Production Sequence 180907 180907
The interior of the car is in remarkable condition especially when you realize it is 100% original. It is literally all of the same stuff that was installed when this car rolled off the factory line almost 70 years ago. It is done in a Blue and White two tone to match the exterior and has a split bench seat up front. The dash features all of its original stylings, knobs, switches, gauges, etc. Everything works on the car except for the radio and clock. They have purposely been left in place because they are original to the car. The trunk is nicely carpeted and houses the original matching spare wheel. The car comes with its original owners manual and even the original delivery service policy paper from when it was delivered to Kansas in 1954 which is always neat to show off at car shows.
This is a super clean Crestline that is ready to be shown off and appreciated. Nice quality survivor cars like this are only getting harder to find as time goes on so get it while you still can!
Add it to your collection for $25,250.00!
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