1956 Ford Fairlane Town Sedan    


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292 c.i. / 200HP+ Thunderbird Special "M" code V8

Ford-O-Matic Automatic Transmission

Power Steering

FrigiKing Air Conditioning

Light Blue Exterior

Two-Tone Blue Vinyl & Cloth Factory Interior

AM/FM Cassette Stereo

Fender Skirts & Gravel Guards

15-Inch Steel Wheels / 205/75R15 Whitewall Radials / Stock Hubcaps

Factory brightwork is intact throughout and showing well front to back.

The exterior showcases a respray in Robin Egg blue on this classic Town Sedan. The finish shows very well on this dry climate Fairlane with minor imperfection on close inspection.

 The door panels themselves are original style and in good condition. The door undersides are also solid on this dry climate Fairlane.

The interior displays clean and attractive optional blue vinyl and patterned cloth interior upholstery.

An add-on vintage FrigiKing air conditioning unit has been installed as well. The unit blower works as it should, but is not blowing cold.

The dash features the classic original brightwork along with refinished painted surfaces.

The original gauge cluster shows well and the speedometer is working.

Under the hood is the optional 200 horsepower 292 Thunderbird Special V8. This engine, along with the 312 was first offered in the Fairlane in '56. Further inspection of the engine compartment will confirm clean and solid inner fenders, core support, and firewall sheetmetal throughout.

The rear exhaust exits through the bumpers, reminiscent of the Thunderbird.


The undercarriage displays original flooring and framework throughout along with the factory automatic transmission and vintage rear end. This is a very nice underbody.

The data plate is in place. This car shows to have been ordered in Diamond Blue & Platinum Gray 2-Tone custom paint with 2-tone interior. It is powered by the correct 292 "M" code V8. The Fairlane was the top trim level full size Ford for 1956.

Many of our photos were taken at the Dallas Love Field Frontiers of Flight Museum, located only minutes from our showroom. Be sure to visit our friends at the Flight Museum if you find yourself in Dallas, Texas. The trunk is clean and detailed, complete with spare and jacking equipment.