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1951 Ford Victoria





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V8 3.9L Flathead
Manual 3-Speed
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Interior Color
White Vinyl
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1951 FORD VICTORIA HARDTOP This 1951 Ford Victoria is easily distinguished externally by the "dual-bullet" grille and the iconic "shoebox" lines. This 1951 has been lovingly restored, respecting the design and mechanical features that really set this one apart from the rest. Highlights of this classic Victoria Hardtop are: · Exterior is finished in glistening light green with white top · All glass is good · All chrome and stainless trims are excellent - good · 8BA V-8 flathead 239ci 100hp · Ford-Holley two barrel single carburetor · All newer hoses and wiring · Manual transmission w/OD · Engine dressed with chrome · Aluminum radiator · Stunning interior with white bench seating with subtle tuck n roll look · Kick panels, doors rear seat and headliner match in white · Seat belts · Trunk is finished matching the interior and also includes full size spare tire mounted on chrome rim · Wide white wall tires · Chrome reversed steel rims w/baby moon hubcaps · Original dash with new auxiliary gauges · Dual exhaust This is a very good looking classic 1951 Ford Victoria Hardtop Coupe. The Victoria model filled the desires of auto buyers who were searching for a posh and stylish post World War Two vehicle. This was just two years after Ford introduced their first modern and very different looking post war models. Shortly after the introduction of it’s 1951 models, the Ford Victoria Hardtop came into being. They did quite well selling 110,000 Victoria hardtop models and it would be another year until Lincoln and Mercury offered their hardtop models. Of significance is to note that the 1951 Ford Victoria actually outsold the famous Chevy Bel Air. This was a first for Ford. Ford came to the two door hardtop party a bit late however. The 1949 Buick Riviera gets the credit for America’s first mass produced two door hardtop automobile. Pontiac came out in 1950 with a hardtop on their Catalina model as Chevrolet did with it’s Bel Air and Chrysler with it’s Town and Country Newport. After the two door hardtops came into production their popularity grew among the car buying public. As an example, about fifty percent of Buick’s 1955 production was devoted to hardtops. At the same time hardtops accounted for about forty percent of Lincoln and Mercury’s production. 1951 Ford Victoria Hardtop Specifications The 1951 Ford Victoria came with a 239 cubic inch V-8 producing 100 HP. Also available with other Ford models in 1951 was the L-head 226 cubic inch six cylinder engine which delivered 95 HP. Transmissions available included three and four speed manuals as well as a three speed automatic. Introduced in November 1950 as an option, the three-speed Ford-O-Matic became the first automatic transmission offered in a Ford vehicle. Total U.S. new car production for 1951 was just short of 5.4 million vehicles. Ford passenger car production for the 1951 model year was just over 1.0 million units. Ford Victoria Hardtop production for 1951 was 110,000 vehicles. ***If you are viewing this on Facebook Marketplace, be sure to visit our website to view all photos. (www.amclassiccars.com)*** GIVE US A CALL @ 909-596-5700 WITH ANY QUESTIONS THAT YOU MAY HAVE. OUR BUSINESS HOURS: MONDAY-THURSDAY 9AM-4PM

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