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1955 Ford Fairlane Victoria 2dr Hardtop 272ci V8 Fordomatic Low Miles! Nice! on 2040-cars

Year:1955 Mileage:56969
Location:

Scio, Oregon, United States

Scio, Oregon, United States

 Up for bid, Beautiful 1955 Ford Fairlane Victoria 2dr Hardtop. Original 272ci V8 4bbl Carb, Fordomatic Transmission, Factory Power steering. Very Solid Rust Free Car, Has spent its life on the West Coast out of harsh elements and salted roads. The odometer shows 56k miles, The previous owner (owned for 20years) stated these were the actual miles on the car, And judging by the condition of the interior it looks to be true. The car has had one repaint in the 80's it was repainted the factory color, And still shows nice to this day. The original 272ci v8 runs great with plenty of power and no hesitation. The fordomatic shifts nice and firm. This car runs and drives like new! Car is very easy and comfortable to drive. It has been converted to 12volt for reliability. There are a few minor imperfections with the car. The headliner has some water stains near the sun visors (see pic) The temp gauge doesn't seem to read accurate, The radio doesn't function, And the trans has a minor leak. Overall this is a nice car, It is a true unmolested survivor, It's Turn key, and can be driven anywhere.

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