Ford 1956

Mainline
Customline
Fairlane
Thunderbird 


 

MAINLINE
 2 Door Business Sedan
 2 Door Sedan
 4 Door Sedan
 Ranch Wgn 2 Door Stn Wgn
CUSTOMLINE (R6 cyl, 3654 cm³, 139 KM)
 2 Door Sedan
 4 Door Sedan
 Victoria 2 Door Hardtop
FAIRLANE
 2 Door Club Sedan
 2 Door Club Victoria
 2 Door Crown Victoria
 2 Door Crown Victoria Skyliner
 4 Door Hardtop Victoria
 4 Door Town Sedan
 Sunliner 2 Door Convertible
PARKLANE
 2 Door Stn Wgn
COUNTRY SEDAN
 4 Door Stn Wgn 6 Psgr
 4 Door Stn Wgn 8 Psgr
COUNTRY SQUIRE
 4 Door Stn Wgn 8 Psgr
CUSTOM
 Ranch 2 Door Stn Wgn


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



Fairline


Customline


Mainline


Fairline


Kombi występuje w wielu różnych wersjach: Country Sedan, Ranch Wagon, Custom Ranch Wagon, Country Squire i Country Sedan.


Ford

 


Fairline


Customline


Fairline


Fairline


Fairline
 


Thunderbird



THUNDERBIRD  
 2 Door W/removable Hardtop 

 


Thunderbird


Thunderbird


Thunderbird

 


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