4610 Pet Lane
A great custom has a sleek and memorable style. The interior has comfortable upgrades like custom upholstery and air conditioning. And it also really knows how to move you with a strong V8 and overdrive transmission. So it's great to see all of that, and more, wrapped in the cool style of a 1956 Ford Ranch Wagon.
The two-door wagons always have a special place in the classic car scene where it straddles the line of a cool coupe and a grocery-getter. And more than just a distinct body style, they made sure to give it a unique appearance. Blue and silver are great complementing colors that you could have gotten in the 1950s. But the tones here are deeper to signal this is a custom ride. Of course, the pinstriping on the hood, tinted windows, cat eye headlight covers, dual exhaust tips, and bright American Racing wheels also tell you this one is special. But while this one has been upgraded, your favorite pieces might just be the well-respect/invested factory brightwork. The contoured bumpers and full-width grille shine with quality. And the full-length trim is an artful wave that provides a well-defined separation line for the two-tone.
The interior continues the custom car attitude. The exterior blue returns and now it's joined by a tasteful white for a fresh and attractive total appearance. The two-tone is done with style to give you nice details, like how the exterior's trim pattern is mimicked on the door panels. Plus, there are vintage tuck and roll inserts in the seats. The Thunderbird steering wheel done in blue is a subtle upgrade, and the full AutoMeter gauge package is a more obvious hint about how this is an upgraded driver. There's plenty of room for family and friends, and even their luggage, too. That's why this one was upgraded to make everyone feel comfortable with cold-blowing air conditioning, an AM/FM digital tuner, and a new 12-disc CD changer. And the two-piece tailgate makes you think about everything from fun at ballgames to a nice way to feature products or awards.
The engine bay has a nice presentation with clean inner walls, ribbed valve covers, and a matching air grabber. At the center is an upgrade to Ford's hardy 302 cubic-inch V8. It's been upgraded with an Edelbrock four-barrel carburetor and Edelbrock Performer intake. The additions don't stop there. You have additions like an aluminum radiator w/electric fan, a newer power front disc brakes setup, and a four-speed transmission with highway-friendly overdrive.
This is a distinctive classic that's been done correctly to make sure you're memorable everywhere you go... and it's built to go more places in comfort. That's a true ideal classic wagon. Call today!!!
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