1956 Ford Fairlane Victoria 2 Dr Hardtop "project" on 2040-cars
Romulus, Michigan, United States
Here we have a 1956 Ford Crown Victoria, This is a good start for a winter project car most of the trim is on the car and in the trunk. Looks like someone started to work on the quarters and the fenders. Like I said this is a project car nothing more or maybe a good parts car for the one your building. The interior is in pretty good condition no headliner. The trunk is pretty solid. The floor is going to need some patches. The engine compartment looks good also. No engine or transmission. Sold as - is. No warranty. Winner of the auction is responsible for shipping. Good luck and Thank you for looking.
Ford Crown Victoria for Sale
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