1957 Ford Country Sedan Wagon

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    torinodave72, mlangsam2004, horgula, and 10 other people added this photo to their favorites.

    1. Custom_Cab 68 months ago | reply

      Hi, I'm an admin for a group called Ford Fairlane / Torino, and we'd love to have this added to the group!

    2. horgula 68 months ago | reply

      My wife grew up with this same wagon, except her family's was green and white. She loves her two-tone cars of the fifties! They bought the wagon new, it lasted through four children growing up, and wasn't sold until the mid-seventies, still looking relatively new.

    3. coconv 68 months ago | reply

      I spent a lot of time in my uncle's 57 Sunliner:

      57 Fords are my favorite of all.

    4. Mooney21 58 months ago | reply

      Beautiful Ford Wagon. I'm looking for a 57 Ford. In the past I have owned a 57 Plymouth wagon, 1970 Country Squire, 75 Colony Park. Great cars!

    5. john_j21153 51 months ago | reply

      This is a great advertisement for this car, I love the two-tone paint scheme and while green is my favorite color this shade of blue is a very close second.

    6. horgula 51 months ago | reply

      John, the two-tone green and white color scheme is shown to great effect on the rare '57 Del Rio two-door wagon posted by Matthew Brown (Morven) on his Flickr photostream. Here is a link: www.flickr.com/photos/morven/14835112/.

    7. john_j21153 50 months ago | reply

      I did check it out from the link you sent me, it's beautiful. Funny you should mention the wagon your wife grew up with. In those days a family keeping a vehicle 10 years was not completely unusual, although your wife's family keeping the wagon 20 years is quite a tribute to Ford. I think my dad kept his '74 F-150 PU about 22 years if memory serves me right.

    8. Mooney21 50 months ago | reply

      There has never been a wagon as beautiful as this one. I knew someone who had one same color as this. Wish I could have ended up with it.

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