Ford 1956

Mainline
Customline
Fairlane
Thunderbird

USA

Thunderbird - większy silnik 245 KM 5,1 l jako opcja.
Dostępne silniki to V8 4,4l. 175 KM i 4,7l. 203 KM.

 

Fairlane

  wb: 115½ in. V8 cyl.
292 cu.in.
202 hp
V8 cyl.
312 cu.in.
225 hp
6 cyl.
223 cu.in.
137 hp
Club Sedan 2 Door Sedan std opt opt
Town Sedan 4 Door Sedan std opt opt
Victoria 2 Door Hardtop std opt opt
Crown Victoria 2 Door std opt opt
Crown Victoria Skyliner 2 Door std opt opt
Fordor Victoria 4 Door Hardtop std opt opt
Sunliner 2 Door Convertible std opt opt

 


Fairline Town Sedan


Fairline Club Sedan


Fairline Fordor Victoria


Fairline Fordor Victoria


Fairline Victoria


Fairline Crown Victoria


Fairlane Crown Victoria Skyliner


Fairlane Sunliner

 

Customline

  wb: 115½ in. V8 cyl.
272 cu.in.
176 hp
V8 cyl.
292 cu.in.
202 hp
6 cyl.
223 cu.in.
137 hp
Tudor 2 Door Sedan std opt opt
Fordor 4 Door Sedan std opt opt
Victoria 2 Door Hardtop std opt opt

 


Customline Fordor


Customline Victoria

 


Customline Tudor Sedan

 

Mainline

  wb: 115½ in. V8 cyl.
272 cu.in.
176 hp
V8 cyl.
292 cu.in.
202 hp
6 cyl.
223 cu.in.
137 hp
Fordor 4 Door Sedan std opt opt
Tudor 2 Door Sedan std opt opt
Tudor Business 2 Door Sedan std opt opt

 


Mainline Fordor Sedan


Mainline Tudor Sedan

 

 

Station Wagons

  wb: 115½ in. V8 cyl.
292 cu.in.
202 hp
V8 cyl.
312 cu.in.
225 hp
6 cyl.
223 cu.in.
137 hp
Parklane 2-Door std opt opt
Ranch Wagon 2-Door std opt opt
Custom Ranch Wagon 2-Door std opt opt
Country Squire 4-Door std opt opt
Country Sedan 4-Door 6-pass. std opt opt
Country Sedan 4-Door 8-pass. std opt opt

 


Parklane


Country Squire

 

Thunderbird

           
2 Door W/removable Hardtop          

 

 

 

Prototypes

           
           

 


Ford x-1000 - makieta


Ford x-1000


Thunderbird Mexico


In September of 1955, Ford released photos of a futuristic body design for a car that would be propelled by a gas turbine powerplant. On display during the 1956 Chicago extravagaza, the Mystere prototype show car had no engine, although provisions were made to fit one under the rear deck. Cargo and spare tire are housed under the front hood. A large bubble of glass serve as roof, windows and windshield. Hinged at the back the canopy could be opened up 70-degrees, front seats would swivel outward and passengers could easily enter and exit through half-doors. The scoop at the top of the windshield supply fresh air into the 4-passenger cockpit. A radiotelphone as housed in a console between the two rear bucket-type seats, and the aircraft-type steering wheel is a "throw-over," meaning that the car could be driven from either front seat. Other modern features are pushbutton ignition switch, padded dash and a television set behind the front seat.

 

Trucks

           
           

 

 


F-100 Panel Truck

 

 

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