“In 1986, my dad, Stan, and I thought it would be a good idea to restore a car so that I could go to the car shows with him when I turned 16. It just so happened that my uncle Cliff had a 1956 Ford Customline four-door sedan that he wanted to sell. He sold it to us for $750,” Thompson said.
Ford guys, we have the antidote for all the shoebox Chevys you see at car shows, and it takes the form of this pretty 1956 Ford Customline, which has a strong emphasis on CUSTOM. Expertly built and very clean, it's an eye-catching alternative for Blue Oval fans that like their street rods a little bit traditional.
While new side trim spiced up the appearance of Ford's Customline and Mainline automobiles the big news was the 1956 Ford Customline Victoria Hardtop. At $1,985.00 the Customline Victoria cost only $265.00 less than the Fairlane Victoria and $350.00 less than the Crown Vic. Customline Victoria 2 door hardtop production was set at 33,150. Other Customline production included a 2 door sedan and a 4 door sedan.
We engineer our brake systems with serviceability and routine maintenance of your '56 Ford Customline in mind. From a simple brake pad replacement to a complete overhaul, you’ll are able to find the parts you need at your local auto parts store. This way you can keep your car where it belongs, on the road.
MATHENY UNIVERSAL TOP MOUNT ANTENNA, MANUAL, BLACK
1370 mm cable; A high quality antenna; May require modification or other adjustment to your vehicle upon installation; With 1-year limited Matheny warranty.
1956 Ford Customline