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Ford Fairlane Crown Victoria(1955 to 1956)

CMV $33,811
1955 marked the first use of the Crown Victoria nameplate by Ford. To introduce its premium Ford Fairlane model range, the Fairlane Crown Victoria was introduced as its flagship model, replacing the hardtop roofline of the Victoria hardtop coupe (an additional nameplate revived for 1955) with a B-pillared roofline distinguished by a wide stainless-steel band "crowning" the roof. While the large B-pillar pre-empted a hardtop roofline, the design allowed for a sleeker appearance. The Crown Victoria Skyliner was a variant of the Crown Victoria with a fixed acrylic glass sunroof forward of the stainless-steel B-pillar. As the Ford model line was redesigned for 1957, the Ford Fairlane Crown Victoria was withdrawn with no replacement.

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1955 marked the first use of the Crown Victoria nameplate by Ford. To introduce its premium Ford Fairlane model range, the Fairlane Crown… Read more
1955 marked the first use of the Crown Victoria nameplate by Ford. To introduce its premium Ford Fairlane model range, the Fairlane Crown Victoria was introduced as its flagship model, replacing the hardtop roofline of the Victoria hardtop coupe (an additional nameplate revived for 1955) with a B-pillared roofline distinguished by a wide stainless-steel band "crowning" the roof. While the large B-pillar pre-empted a hardtop roofline, the design allowed for a sleeker appearance. The Crown Victoria Skyliner was a variant of the Crown Victoria with a fixed acrylic glass sunroof forward of the stainless-steel B-pillar. As the Ford model line was redesigned for 1957, the Ford Fairlane Crown Victoria was withdrawn with no replacement.

Learn more about the Fairlane Crown Victoria on Wikipedia

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