The 1950-1951 Ford Crestliner was a special sedan distinguished with two-tone paint along the side and special wheel covers. Ford Crestliners came with standard fender skirts, and the two-tone color was repeated on the padded vinyl top, replicating the look of a convertible. Interiors were color keyed to exteriors, with lush materials. Full wheel covers, and the "Crestliner" script in anodized gold on the front fenders, were part of the package.
Production Years: 1950 - 1951
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