The first impression of this 1950 Ford station wagon is one of a restored car that is crisp in every detail. In fact, however, this car is original with just under 26,000 actual miles. The silvertone light blue/grey is subtle and understated and the Mahoney wood grain panels are as fresh as the day the car was delivered. The maple wood frame is perfect and casts a warm honey-colored glow. The all original interior received an Early Ford V-8 Rouge Award in 2007 at Temecula, California. Its headliner, dash, mats, two-toned upholstery, linoleum floors and glass could pass for new. The heater and radio perform as new, while fog lights and dual rear view mirrors complete the accessory list. The overdrive makes cruising at 70 mph a piece of cake. This car was acquired in 2004 by Nick Alexander and sold in 2009 at the RM Auction in Monterey, California for $99,000.
This car is now being offered at $79,900 and is certainly one of the finest unrestored shoebox wagons in existence. Truly a one-only car!!
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