King of the Road: 1957 Ford Country Squire

Filed Under (Ford) by Station Wagon Finder on 12-15-2011

Update 1/23/2012: The Ford sold for $23,200

Ford was the king of the station wagons in the 1950′s and the Country Squire was the king of the Ford station wagon line.

This well preserved 91,201 mile 1957 Country Squire wagon found on Ebay includes an expensive paint job done about 4 years ago. The chrome is new, as is the windshield and the tires. Under the hood the original 312 V8 matched with an automatic transmission powers the wagon. The interior is described as mostly original and  in good condition. The 3rd row seat has been correctly re-upholstered.

At $2,684 the Country Squire was the most expensive Ford for 1957. With a relatively low production number of 27,690 and only a handful remaining today this one of the more desired 1950′s wagons.

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