Without inspiration from Andrew Dice Clay, 1955 was the first year for the Ford Fairlane, which ended up having a 15-year production run. This fact alone makes the first-generation 1955 Ford Fairlane a highly sought-after collector's item. For this year and the next five, the Fairlane was a full-size car before becoming a mid-size car in 1962. The 1955 Fairlane, which replaced the Ford Crestline in production, had several different body styles available: two-door coupe, convertible, sedan, four-door sedan, and station wagon. Optional styles available were the 1955 Ford Fairlane Crown Victoria style, which is a coupe that has a great deal of stainless steel trim, and the Crown Victoria Skyliner, which features a tinted plastic roof. The 1955 Fairlane came standard with a 223ci, 3.7-liter straight-6 engine with an optional 272ci, 4.5-liter V8 engine also available. The 1955 was a landmark year for Ford Motor Company, as it was the first year that the automaker offered optional seat belts and air conditioning, and some 1955 Ford Fairlanes come equipped with these amenities. Although finding Fairlanes from 1955 is possible, they are rare. However, parts for the car are available as part of the large inventory of classic car parts on eBay to ensure your classic ride lasts for many more years.
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