1956 Ford Fairlane
Not just beautiful, but exceptionally rare, too – that’s what you’ll tell everyone at the car shows when they see this 1956 Ford Victoria. After all, less than 2% of the ‘56 Fairlane production was this top-of-the-line Victoria. The Thunderbird badging on the front fender is no accident. Pop the hood and you’ll find the proper 292 cubic-inch Ford Y-block V8 motor, which is one of the largest motors Ford had to offer. That was an optional powerplant borrowed from Ford’s ultimate personal cruiser, the Thunderbird. Finished in the fashionable ruby red colorway this is truly a one-of-a-kind car. From the soft seats that you just want to sink into to the factory restored radio, this is truly a phenomenally done restoration.