1956 Ford Victoria
The Ford Victoria is a rear-wheel-drive full-size sedan that was marketed an used by Ford. The first use of the Victoria nameplate by Ford was in the 1955 model year as part of the Ford Fairlane range. Separate from the Fairlane Victoria two-door hardtop
Why This Car Is Special
The 1956 Ford Victoria we have at Skyway Classics is your chance to get your hands on something rare, beautiful, and exceptionally interesting. Ours has been completely restored and painted in factory-correct Fiesta Red and Colonial White.
It looks great with all its chrome, the “Continental” rear spare tire bumper, and the optional fender skirts.
When you open the hood you'll find the 292 cubic inch Ford Y-block V8 motor which was one of the largest motors Ford offered back then. The authentic restoration continues in the engine bay. It looks almost as good as it did the day it left the factory in Louisville Ky back in 1956.
The motor wears its correct oil bath air cleaner, chrome valve covers, red engine block, windshield “See Clear” washer bag, and more. The engine is mated to an automatic transmission with the exhaust exiting the rear.
The restored interior matches the outside paint scheme with its beautiful red and white colors on the seats front and rear, side panels that have a similar flowing design to emulate the exterior trim, dashboard with recessed gauge package, and red painted steering wheel,
These 1956 coupe look lower, wider, and longer feel than earlier models and the matching two-tone exterior really gives it the 50s look. The Vicky rides on wide whitewalls, red painted factory wheels, and factory hubcaps to give it that factory stock look.
This rare 1956 Ford Victoria we have at Skyway Classics has been restored to a great level and you will be proud to own and drive it to the car shows or raises ear round.
So give us a call at 941-254-6608.
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