The second generation of Ford Country Squire was introduced for the 1952 model year. This generation of Country Squire was the station wagon equivalent of the Ford Crestline, sitting at the top of Ford's lineup. While previously these wood paneled station wagons had been available in a two door body style, this updated generation saw four doors offered. Over the course of production, both a 3.7L inline six and 3.9L V8 engine were offered. These engines were paired to both manual and automatic transmission options sending drive to the rear wheels. The second generation Country Squire was built until 1954, when Ford introduced the Third Generation Country Squire.