A Picture Review of
The Ford Motor Company
From 1950 to 1955



 
 
 
 
 
 


 
 

A Brief History of Henry Ford
and the Ford Motor Car Company


The Ford Motor Car Company started with one man's dream of putting America on wheels.
That man was Henry Ford

Born July 30, 1863 Henry Ford, grew up on the family farm in what is today Dearborn, Michigan.
Henry's childhood was that of a typical boy living in rural nineteenth century, going to school and doing 
farm chores. He had a dislike for farm work but an interest mechanical things which showed at an early age.

Henry  Ford left home in 1879 for the nearby city of Detroit. He was sixteen at the time and going to work
as an apprentice machinist. He worked at this for three years and then returned to Dearborn.
Upon his return he operated and repaired steam engines, finding occasional work in a Detroit factory. 
He also over-hauled his father's farm implements in his spare time. 
In 1888 he married Clara Bryant and supported himself and his wife by running a sawmill.

In 1891, Ford he went to work for the Edison Illuminating Company in Detroit as an engineer.
He showed a great interest in industrial pursuits. He was promoted to Chief Engineer in 1893.
This gave him enough time and money to devote attention to his personal experiments on internal 
combustion engines.
These experiments led to the completion of his own self-propelled vehicle, the Quadricycle in 1896.

Although Ford was not the first to build a self-propelled vehicle, he was, however, one of several automotive 
pioneers who helped this country become a nation of motorists.

 In 1899 Ford quit his job at Edison and with the help of some investors, he started the Detroit Auto Company 
which ended in failure.

Ford moved back to his father's home in 1901. He built a car on his own and with it beat Alexander Winton in an automobile race. This attracted more investors and enabled him to form the Henry Ford Co.
Ford withdrew from that company and it became Cadillac in 1902.
In 1903 he formed the Ford Motor Co. The Model A was produced in a rented plant on Mack Ave.
This arrangement last for one year and in 1903 he built a plant on Piquette Ave.
This building is still standing and being restored.
In the same year Ford of Canada was founded in Windsor Ontario.
By 1906 Ford had overtaken Olds, Buick and Cadillac combined to become No.1 auto maker in U.S. In the same year Henry Ford became the company president and majority owner.
The famous model T was introduced in 1908 and as we all know the rest is HISTORY.

For a more detailed and complete history on the Ford please use the links below.

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A number of years ago I saw a one page calendar that showed all the Ford 
pickup trucks from the first one to the present day. I thought what a nice idea.
I thought that I might try something similar with some of the car pictures I have collected.
I have been collecting pictures of Studebakers, Packards Nash, Hudson and Jeeps
for some time now and I first wrote a web page on this page on the Studebaker.
Then one on Jeeps  and Packard followed. Then came one Nash and Hudson. 
I have since added a page on old Pickup Trucks , Hudson. Essex and Terrplanes of 
Australia , Volkswagen  Kaiser and Henry J and then with the 
help of one of my visitors have written one on the Crosley.
All my previous pages had been on orphaned cars but now I thought
I would try one a bit different. I wrote a page on the Chevrolet and now the Ford

These pictures came for a number of sources including web
pages of the manufacturer, news groups and my own.
Since most of these pictures came from news groups there may be a
chance that your car is shown here.

I would like to invite any one that has a favorite Ford picture or a Web Page
that they would like added to this page to E mail me a copy.

John MacDonald    johnmacdoanld@summerville-novascotia.com


 

This page was last updated Jan 4, 2017
 

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Kustom Cars of the 1950's

 
 
 
By the mid 50's people had developed a great love for their cars
and went to every extreme imaginable to look after them properly.
The car garage became almost a necessity and some garages went the extra distance.
Something a little different
The car on the left is owned by Norm & Bernice Bunko, Shelton Wa 
The car on the right is owned by Buzz and Shirley Philips Union Wa 
The 51 Ford is featued below but the one on the right is a creation of Buzz Philips. For years he has been installing new stuff on old Ford and Chevys, I think he has found the best of both worlds. Its called an easy rod. The looks of a 50 Ford but a1995 T Bird running gear & amenities with out all the modifications it takes to install this kit is a bolt and screw togeather no cutting or welding and looks great! and no overheating problems. 
It fits on 89 to 95 T Birds& Cougers.
If any one wants further information please go to this site. Easy rod.com

 
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 1951 Ford Victoria (See below in the 1951 models for details)
  1950 Ford Tudor Sedan 
 
 
 1950 Ford Tudor Sedan 
 1950 Ford Tudor Sedan 
 
 

 

 1950 Meteor Custom Deluxe Two Door Sedan
1950 Meteor Custom Deluxe Two Door Sedan
 This car is owned by Mark MacLeod 
 
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Tom has the following tosay about this mercury.
"This car has our family since 1951. This 50 Mercury was my Uncle's car, who gave it to my brother a couple years ago.
This car has been garage kept since 1951, and still is kept garaged.
The story on this car is, that my Uncle had a 49 Mercury, and his friend had this blue 50 Mercury. They liked each others car better than their own, so they swapped cars in 1951.
My Uncle lived in Omaha until the early 80's, then moved to a farm in Iowa where he built a large garage to house the Mercury and several other vehicles.   Getting too old to take care of the farm and vehicles, he started selling them, and gave my brother the car, knowing my brother would take good care of it. 
The car has just received a rebuilt carb, and it was hard to get it to stop leaking where the fuel line went into the rebuilt unit.   Car still runs too hot, so my brother thinks the radiator may need to be rebuilt... possibly clogged?   Car is still all original.. paint, interior, and drive train.  Seats were kept covered so interior is in very good condition. Paint has no natural shine left.   We tried some rubbing compound which did nothing. My brother gave it several  coats of wax, and managed to get it to look as good as you see it here. Gas tank has a factory drain plug, which we did remove to make sure the tank was clean. Would be a nice feature if cars still had this.
Only has a few minor dents, about five dents in the chrome trim, which could be removed by a good chrome shop.   A few small dents in the hood, maybe hail?  We tried pounding out one dime sized dent in the hood, and the sheet metal is so hard, the dent would not flatten with the body tools we had.
 1950 Mercury Tudor
 
 These pictures were submitted by Tom PasTian, Miami, FL
 
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 1950 Mercury Tudor
 1950 Mercury Tudor
 
 
1950 Ford Crestliner
1950 Ford Custom Coupe
 
 
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This car is owned by John McKay from  Victoria B.C Canada, and he had the following to say about his car.
"I just put in a 302 with AOD trans, ball joint suspension, Granada spindles, disc brakes, heavy duty front sway bar and it's lowered 3 1/2 inches. I wanted a daily driver that I can go anywhere the car takes me and have reliability as well as access to parts and repairs that are currently available from a Ford dealer or any other repair shop on the journey. Maybe route '66 next year when I retire."
1950 Ford Club Coupe
 
   
1950 Ford Custom Fordor
1950 Ford Custom Tudor
 
 
1950 Ford Custom Tudor
This picture was posted on alt.binaries.pictures.vehicles 
by Fairlane
1950 Ford Custom Tudor
This picture was posted on alt.binaries.pictures.vehicles 
by Fairlane
 
 
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 1950 Ford Convertible
 1950 Ford Fordor
This car is owned by Lenard L Miller, Roundup, MT 
The car has just had a frame off total restoration.
 This car is owned by Ken Montgomery
 1950 Mercury Meteor (Canadian) Fordor Ad
 1950 Mercury Ad
 
 
 1950 Mercury Ad
1950 Mercury Ad
   
This 1950 Ford picture was submitted
by Marc VANDER LINDEN from Beligum.
Marc had the following to say about the picture.
"This car and the 1955 Mercury were bought and used in central Africa ( Congo ) in the '50s.
Of course they no longer exist.
These vehicles belonged to the parents of one of my friends I met over there in 1961 and with whom I'm still in contact here in Belgium.
These photographs have been just found in an album pertaining to his family." 
1950 Ford Fordor
 
 
 
1950 Ford Convertible
1950 Mercury 4 Door Sedan
 
 
 1950 Ford Tudor
 1950 Lincoln 4 Door Sedan
 
 
This car is owned by Delmer Watson of Ohio
He had the following to say about this car.
"The 50 Ford was one fine car, I bought it in Kaufman
Texas around '53. Those Fords would run, this was no different. once again I thought I was top dog til I had bout with a Texas ranger one afternoon , west of Weatherford, on a highway where a person could see for ever , He had a 53 Ford, and cleaned my plow yet today I still have that awful taste in my mouth.
Picture was taken in Arcadia Park { Dallas} Texas.
The '52 Ford I acquired in '54, it wasn't much to speak
of, had nice lines. The picture is taken on Byers Ave ,
[Camp Bowie] Ft Worth , Texas,"
 1950 Ford Fordor
 
   
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 1950 Mercury 8 Sedan
 1950 Mercury 8 Sedan
 This car is owned by Steve and he says the car is 100% original  
 
 
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 1950 Ford Business Coupe
 1950 Ford Business Coupe
 This car is owned by Dennis Siciliano, Girard, Ohio, He has owed the car since 1981.
It is car is restored to original condition. It has been featured in many magazines and goes to lots of car shows in cruises
 
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 1950 Ford Business Coupe
 
 Now you see why it is called a business coupe
 
 1950 Ford Coupe
This picture was submitted by Bill Davis of Georgetown, Texas
Bill owned this car in his youth along with a 1949 Ford which is
shown on the previous page
1950 Ford Coupe
This picture was submitted by Bill Davis of Georgetown, Texas
Bill owned this car in his youth along with a 1949 Ford which is shown
on the previous page
 The following series od B/W pictures are also Fords 
that were owned by Bill Davis
 
 
 
 
 
 1950 Ford Coupe (A Bill Davis car)
 1950 Ford Coupe (A Bill Davis car)
 1950 Ford Coupe (A Bill Davis car)
 1950 Ford Crestliner (A Bill Davis car)
 1951 Ford Coupe (A Bill Davis car)
 1951 Ford Coupe (A Bill Davis car)
 
 
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 1950 Ford Tudor Mild Customized
 1950 Ford Tudor Mild Customized
 
 
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This car was owned by Bob Marks, 
Bob had the following to say about the car.
"You didn't show but two customized ones! ... So here is mine! 
A 1950 Custom Tudor.
I traded a 'fully customized '47 Merc convertible in for this car bone stock in 1955.. Used it to commute to college @ U of Ill. in Champaign-Urbana from Chicago. After "tickling" it a little, I used to make the 160 mile trip, one-way, in 2hrs, 5 min. -- before
Interstate roads!
The grill got changed to a "floating bar" style after I slid into an object and bent up the original. Flared skirts were mandatory in those days, and note the dual exhaust pipes, that got me stopped
by the police many times. The wheel covers are Oldsmobile Holiday full covers. The hood came from a '51, and was shaved and filled."
 1950 Ford Tudor Mild Customized
 
   
SEAT BELTS, long before they became mandatory! .... and these saved my life one weekend on my journey from Champaign to Chicago. I was on a 2-laner just outside of Rantoul, IL., when a car in front of me swerved, as we were rounding a big sweep turn to the right. I hard to swerve left violently to avoid hitting him, and as I did, my drivers door popped open!  If I did not have my seat belt on, I would have been thrown out of the car --- at around 80mph! (Back then the speed limits were "reasinable & proper!) Instead, all I had to do was reach out, grab the door & close it!
 1950 Ford Tudor Mild Customized Note the seat belts
 
   
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 1951 Ford Victoria
  1951 Ford Victoria
 
 
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This car is owned by Tony Miller and yes it is a 1951
In Tony's words" it's a phantom -- really a '51 disguised as a '50 (note the rear license plate). I always liked the Vic body style, but preferred the simpler trim and detailing of '49 and '50, so I built the car that I thought Ford should have done."
  1951 Ford Victoria
 
 
 
1951 Ford Crestliner
1951 Ford Custom_Convertible
 1951 Ford Country Squire
 1951 Ford Country Squire
 
 
 1951 Ford Custom Deluxe Convertible
 1951 Ford Custom Deluxe Convertible
 
 
  1951 Ford Custom Deluxe Convertible
 1951 Ford Custom Deluxe Convertible
 
 
 1951 Ford Custom Deluxe Convertible
 1951 Ford Custom Deluxe Country Squire
 
 
 1951 Ford Custom Fordor
 1951 Ford Deluxe Business Coupe
   
 1951 Ford Custom Deluxe Country Squire
 1951 Ford Custom Fordor
 
 
 1951 Ford Victoria Hardtop Sport Coupe
1951 Ford Victoria Hardtop Sport Coupe 
 
 
 1951 Ford Victoria Hardtop Sport Coupe
 1951 Ford Custom Deluxe Country Squire
   
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 1951 Ford Victoria Hardtop Sport Coupe Street Rod
 1951 Ford Victoria Hardtop Sport Coupe Street Rod
 This car is owned by Norm & Bernice Bunko, Shelton Wa .
 
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 1951 Ford Victoria Hardtop Sport Coupe Street Rod
 1951 Ford Victoria Hardtop Sport Coupe Street Rod

1951 Ford Custom Fordor Sedan
This picture was submitted by George Pachernegg of Germany.
It is part of a deck of cards which he had when he was quite young
and still has today
 1951 Meteor Custom Deluxe Tudor
 1951 Meteor Custom Deluxe Tudor
 
 
1951 Ford Custom Sunliner
1951 Ford Custom Sunliner
   
1951 Ford Custom Sunliner
1951 Ford Victoria Hardtop Sport Coupe
   
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 1951 Monarch (Canadian Model)
 1951 Monarch (Canadian Model)
These pictures were taken in a campground in Halifax,
Nova Scotia on May2, 2010. The owner of this car is from Moncton NB and he tows the trailer seen in the pictures. 
He bought this car when it was 4 years old and has owned
it ever since.
 
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 1951 Monarch (Canadian Model)
 1951 Monarch (Canadian Model)
   
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 1952 Ford Crestline Convertible
 1952 Ford Crestline Convertible
This car is owned by Glendon Hill, Avonport, 
Nova Scotia, Canada
 This car has the original interior, 78400 miles and Glendon is
the forth owner. The car was was built in Canada 
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 1952 Ford Crestline Convertible
 1952 Ford Crestline Convertible
 
 
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 1952 Ford Crestline Convertible
 1952 Ford Crestline Convertible
 
 
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 1952 Ford Victoria
 1952 Ford Victoria
 This car is owned by Rick Henly, Huntington, Indiana  
 In Ricks own words "I received the car as a Christmas gift in 1968 and it didn't run.  My family members told me that since I was only fourteen years old at the time, I had a couple years
to get it fixed up.  By the time I got my driver's license in 1970, a family member had replaced the cracked flathead V-8 block and I was driving it.  I also decided to paint it 1969 Dodge 'Plum Crazy' purple in 1970 and it's been that color ever since.
 When the flathead died a few years later after I was married, I put it in my garage and it set there for over 25 years collecting dust. In 2007, I had a new motor and transmission installed and in 2010 a new purple paint job.  I just had the interior redone in 
2012 along with the chrome pieces.
The tailights are from a 1953 Ford and the bumpers are from a 1954 Ford.  I also have flamethrowers installed to shoot flame from both tail pipes now and a new high output stereo system in the glove compartment to rival my twenty-something import car owners. 
I still have the stock spotlight and continental kit on the vehicle and I also have an extra piece of chrome above my rear wheels that I don't normally see on other '52s.  I figure it must've been something special as well.
 1952 Ford Customline Fordor
 1952 Ford Fordor
 
 
 1952 Ford Customline 2 Door Club Coupe
 1952 Ford Fordor
 
 
 1952 Ford Country Sedan
 1952 Ford Crestline Victoria Hardtop Coupe
 1952 Ford Crestline Convertible
 1952 Ford Crestline Victoria
   
 1952 Ford Sunliner Convertible
 1952 Ford Mainline Tudor Coupe
 
 
 1952 Ford Crestline Victoria
 1952 Ford Crestline Victoria
 
 

1952 Ford Customline Fordor

 1952 Ford Customline Club Coupe
Crestline Victoria Hardtop and  Convertibler
1952 Ford Customline Tudor Sedan 
 
 1952 Ford Mainline Ranch Wagon
 1952 Ford Mainline Business Coupe
   

1952 Ford Mainline Tudor Sedan
 

 
 1952 Ford Customline Club Coupe
 
 

1952 Ford Crestline Sunliner Convertible
 

 1952 Ford Crestline Country Squire
Customline Country Sedan
 1952 Ford Mainline Fordor Sedan
 1952 Ford Customline Tudor Houston Texas Police Cruiser
 1952 Ford Design studio full scale art work 
Customline Fordor Sedan
 
 
 1952 Ford Mainline Ranch Wagon 2 Door Station Wagon
 1952 Ford Crestline Convertible
 
 
 1952 Ford Crestline Victoria
 1952 Ford Crestline Victoria

This car is presently owned by Larry Smith
Larry is trying to gather all the history on the car that ha can.
If any of my visitors know the car or any thing about it
would you please contact larry at
ldsbil@hughes.net
He is very interested in know where and when this picture 
was taken and when.
 1952 Ford Crestline Victoria
 1952 Ford Crestline Victoria
   
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 1952 Ford Fordor
 1952 Ford Convertible
 This car is owned by Delmer Watson of Ohio
He had the following to say about this car.
"The 50 Ford (Shown above) was one fine car, I bought it in Kaufman Texas around '53.  Those Fords would run, this was 
no different. once again I thought I was top dog til I had bout with a Texas ranger one afternoon , west of Weatherford, on 
a highway where a person could see for ever , He had a 
53 Ford, and cleaned my plow yet today I still have that awful taste in my mouth.
Picture was taken in Arcadia Park { Dallas} Texas.
The '52 Ford I acquired in '54, it wasn't much to speak
of, had nice lines. The picture is taken on Byers Ave ,
[Camp Bowie] Ft Worth , Texas,"
This car was owned by Rhoda Turner, (Smith) Vineland, NJ
It was the love of my life. It was a light cream color with black panels in the back, dark green leather interior, green metallic 
dash board. It was lowered in the back and bull nosed and de-chromed and had 1954 bullet shaped Oldsmobile tail light covers. It had a V-8 engine with twin glass packed 
exhaust pipes.
1953 Ford Crestline Convertible
1953 Ford Crestline Convertible
   
 1953 Ford Crestline Country Squire Station Wagon
 1953 Mercury Monterey Tudor
This picture was submitted by Mike Sumrell
   
 1953 Ford Crestline Victoria Hardtop
 1953 Ford Mainline 2 Door Sedan
 
 
 1953 Ford Models
 1953 Ford Ranch Wagon
 
 
 1953 Ford Pace Car
1953 Ford Pace Car
 
 
1953 Ford Sunliner Convertible
1953 Ford Victoria Hardtop
This car is owned by Wilbert Kane from Kentville, Nova Scotia, Canada
 1954 Ford Victoria
 1954 Ford Mainline Courier Sedan Delivery
 
 
 1954 Ford Victoria
 1954 Ford Victoria
   
 1954 Mercury Sun Valley
1954 Mercury Sun Valley 
 
 
 1954 Ford Crestline Skyliner
 1954 Ford Crestline Convertible
 
 
 1954 Ford Customline
 1954 Ford Crestline Victoria
 
 
 1954 Ford Customline Ranch Wagon
 1954 Ford Ranch Wagon
1954 Ford Ranch Wagon
1954 Ford Ranch Wagon
 1954 Meteor Special Niagara Sedan (Canada)
1954 Ford Mainline Tudor
   
 1954 Ford Mainline Tudor
 1954 Mercury Monterey 2 Door Hardtop
   
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 1954 Mercury 2 Door Hardtop
 1954 Mercury 2 Door Hardtop
 These pictures were submitted by Paul Black, Tampa, Florida
 
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 1954 Mercury 2 Door Hardtop
 1954 Mercury Monterey 2 Door Hardtop
 
 1954 Mercury Monterey Fordor Sedan
 
This car is owned by Ken Montgomery  
 
 
1954 Lincoln Capri Sport Coupe
 1954 Lincoln Capri Sport Coupe
 
 
 1954 Lincoln Capri Sport Coupe
 1954 Lincoln Capri Sport Coupe
 
 
 1954 Lincoln Capri Convertible
 1954 Lincoln Capri Sport Coupe
 
 
 1954 Lincoln Capri 4 Door Sedan
 1954 Lincoln Capri Convertivle
 
 
 1954 Lincoln Capri Convertivle
 1954 Lincoln Capri Sport Coupe
 
 
 1954 Lincoln Capri 4 Door Sedan
 1954 Lincoln Capri Sport Coupe
 
 
 1954 Lincoln Capri 4 Door Sedan
1954 Lincoln Capri 4 Door Sedan
   
1954 Lincoln Cosmopolitan
 1954 Mercury XM-800 Prototype Concept
 This picture was submitted by Jim Broderick of the Tampa Bay area of Florida. 
The picture was taken in Clearwater, Florida.
The car belongs to his grandfather.
 1955 Ford Customline 4 Door Sedan
This car is owned by Norwood Shelton, P.E.
Control Systems Engineer, Retired
Monroe, LA
1955 Ford Fairlane Sunliner Convertible 
 
 
  1955 Ford Fairlane Crown Victoria
 1955 Ford Fairlane Crown Victoria
 
 
 1955 Ford Crown Victoria
 1955 Ford Crown Victoria
   
 1955 Ford Crown Victoria
 1955 Ford Crown Victoria
   
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 1955 Ford Crown Victoria Skyliner
 1955 Ford Crown Victoria Skyliner
 This picture was taken in the Windsor, Nova Scotia area
 
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 1955 Ford Fairlane Town Sedan
 1955 Ford Crown Victoria Skyliner
 This car is owned by Fred Peters, Nova Scotia, Canada  
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 1955 Ford Fairlane Town Sedan
 1955 Ford Fairlane Town Sedan
 
 
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 1955 Ford Fairlane Town Sedan
 1955 Ford Fairlane Town Sedan
 
 
 1955 Ford Fairlane Convertible
 1955 Ford Fairlane Convertible
 
 
 1955 Ford Country Sedan Station Wagon.
 1955 Ford Country Squire Station Wagon.
 
 
 1955 Ford Crown Victoria
 1955 Ford Crown Victoria
 
 
 1955 Ford Crown Victoria Skyliner
 1955 Ford Crown Victoria
 
 
 1955 Ford Crown Victoria Skyliner
 1955 Ford Customline Fordor
 
 
 1955 Ford Crown Victoria
1955 Ford Crown Victoria
 
 
 1955 Ford Crown Victoria
 1955 Ford Crown Victoria
 
 
 1955 Ford Fairlane Sunliner Convertible
 1955 Ford Victoria Hardtop
 
 
 1955 Ford Victoria Hardtop
 1955 Ford Crown Victoria
 
 
  1955 Metor Rideau Crown Victoria (Canada)
 1955 Metor Rideau Crown Victoria (Canada)
   
 1955 Ford Fairlane Tudor
 1955 Ford Fairlane Tudor
 
 
 1955 Ford Fairlane Tudor
 1955 Ford Tudor Hardtop
 
 
 1955 Ford Sunliner Convertible
 1955 Meteor Rideau Crown Victoria
 
 
1955 Meteor Customline
1955 Meteor Customline
 1955 Ford Club Sedan
 1955 Ford Thunderbird
 
 
 1955 Ford Thunderbird
 1955 Ford Thunderbird
   
 1955 Mercury
 1955 Mercury
This 1955 Mercury picture was submitted 
by Marc VANDER LINDEN from Beligum.
Marc had the following to say about the picture.
"This car and the 1950 Ford were bought and used in central
Africa ( Congo ) in the '50s.
Of course they no longer exist.
These vehicles belonged to the parents of one of my friends
I met over there in 1961 and with whom I'm still in contact here
in Belgium.

These photographs have been just found in an album
pertaining to his family."

 
 
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 1955 Ford Thunderbird
 1955 Mercury Monterey
 
This car was owned by Mano Forsman when he was
a teenager in Finland

 
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A Picture Tour of the Nash and Hudson
The Nash, Hudson and American Motors cars
The Hudson, Essex, and Terraplanes
that were found in Australia
Those wonderful Pickup Trucks
The Volkswagen form 1932
to the end of the Beetle
The Kaiser and the Frazer
The Henry J
The Stanley Steamer
The cars of IKA Argentina 
Kaiser's Jeeps and American Motors that were built in Argentina in the 
1950's, 60's and 70's
The Chevrolet from 1916 to 1969
The Corvair 1960 to 1969
The Oldsmobile
The Pontiac
The Cadillac
Wouldn't you rather have a Buick
Wouldn't you Really rather have a Buick
The Chrysler Airflow
The Tucker '48'
The Amphicar
The Jeeps from 1940 to the present
 
Eric Gordon's Kaiser Rebuild
There are many pictures showing the
details of this rebuild
All you Kaiser lovers would like to have one of these. Watch it being made.
Eric Gordon's 1954 Kaiser
Convertible Convertion
"Coming Home"
The story of Eric Gordon finding and bringing his Kaiser Convertible Home after searching for it for 20 years
Eric Gordon's First Kaiser
A 1951 Deluxe which comes to a startling end
Click here to View the Jeeps of World War II
WW II Jeeps
View some of John Evan's  Artwork
View some of John' Evan's
Auto Artwork
That Cute Litle  Crosley
A website featuring many articles on many different cars
If you can't find it anywhere else, try here
  View the steam locomotives of the CNR
Another fun page involving a Jeep
 Tour the 64 remaining Covered Bridges 
  of New Brunswick
The Covered Bridges that once dotted
Nova Scotia.
If any one is interested in Microsoft's Flight Simulator I have written some scenery files for Summerville. Maitland, Windsor and Hantsport.
Summerville now has an Airport
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