The second generation of Ford Custom was introduced for the 1964 model year. After a three year hiatus, Ford reintroduced the Custom name, offering the revived model in 'Custom' and 'Custom 500' trim levels. The most common version was the more upmarket Custom 500 as the standard 'Custom' was generally used for fleet sales to police or taxi companies. Sedan, coupe, and station wagon (Ranch Wagon) body styles were offered, as was an inline six or small block V8 engine. While the base 'Custom' was buit until 1972, the Custom 500 remained in production until 1978 (1981 in Canada), although only fleet sales were offered after 1975.