Ford Country Squire Cars for sale
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St. Louis, Missouri
Posted Over 1 Month
1956 Ford Country Squire Specifications: Year: 1956 Make: Ford Model: Country Squire Color: Black Miles: Vehicle Description 1956 Ford Country Squire Station Wagon. You are looking at a one of the finest and well equipped Country Squires available. Finished in elegant black with the original red and white interior, contrasted by the exterior faux wood trim, it makes a bold statement. A Country Squire was the top of the line Wagon for Ford Loaded with factory accessories, including power steering, power brakes, power seat, power windows, luggage rack, external sun visor, window shades, front bumper guards, chrome headlight eyebrows, twin spotlights, fender skirts, town and country radio, and luggage rack. The original Thunderbird engine is coupled to a smooth automatic transmission to complete the package. The Wagon shows only 80,000 miles and received a sympathetic restoration including fresh paint and chrome where needed. Brand new wide white tires make it ready to go cruising with the family or to show with pride. The original seats show little to no wear—and include the 3rd seat to make it a 9 passenger wagon. $53,300. Vehicle Photos Additional Information Terms of Sale The following terms of sale apply to all of our online sales. Payment Methods Certified check, bank transfers, or 3rd-party financing. All funds must be in US dollars only. Please be sure to have full payment and/or approved financing in place before making your final bid. Deposit Buyer must contact us within 24 hours of accepted offer, and make arrangements for payment at that time. A $500 deposit is due within 3 business days of listing's end to secure the vehicle. Payment of Balance Due The remainder is due within 7 days If no contact is made within 24 hours we reserve the right to re-list the vehicle or sell it otherwise. All financial transactions must be completed before delivery of the vehicle. Shipping WE CAN ASSIST IN WORLDWIDE SHIPPING ARRANGEMENTS The buyer is responsible for all shipping charges. We will assist the buyer with finding a shipping company. We assume no responsibility for damages incurred after leaving our premises. If the vehicle is going to be shipped, full payment must be received before the vehicle is delivered to the shipping company. Buyer's Inspection Every effort has been made to accurately and fairly describe this vehicle to you. Silverstone Group â€“ has tried to disclose all information known about this vehicle for auction. Please be advised that used vehicles will have typical scratches and dings inherent for their year and mechanical parts are subject to fail. Silverstone Group welcomes and recommends a buyer's inspection. If you plan to have a buyers inspection, please make sure you inspect the vehicle prior to the auction ending. Buyer is responsible for any inspection charges and fees. Warranty Unless otherwise stated in the vehicle description, this vehicle is being sold "as is". No representations or warranties are made by seller, nor are any representations or warranties relied upon by bidders in making bids. Notice to Bidders We reserve the right to cancel all bids and end the auction early should the vehicle no longer be available for sale. NOTE: All of our eBay inventory is available for sale at our dealership. We will end auctions early should a vehicle be sold at the dealership. Placing a Bid Your bid constitutes a legally binding contract to purchase this vehicle. Please do not bid if you're not seriously interested or financially able to purchase this vehicle. Please see eBay's User Agreement. Negative Feedback Bidders We do not allow bidding from negative feedback bidders. New bidders with zero feedback rating should email us or call us prior to bidding. Successful Bidder The winning bidder will be contacted via email after the auction closes or he/she must contact Silverstone Group within 24 hours to proceed with payment and delivery arrangements. Non-Paying Bidder If the deposit is not received within 3 business days of the close of auction or if the balance is not paid in full within 7 days following the close of auction, we reserve the right to re-list the vehicle or sell the vehicle to the next highest bidder or another qualified buyer. Silverstone Group Ltd. Robert Pass 8436 St. John Industrial Drive St. Louis, MO 63114 314-423-1887 Office 314-330-0877 Cell WEB SITE: robertpass.com
Trim Country Squire
For sale is a 1965 FORD COUNTRY SQUIRE "WOODY" WAGON. CAR IS COMPLETE MINUS THE GAS TANK, WITH ALL THE OPTIONS, INC. FACTORY AIR, POWER STEERING, POWER BRAKES, AND A 390 V8. THIS WOULD BE A FUN RESTORATION PROJECT, NEEDS PAINT AND UPHOLSTERY!
Trim Country Squire
Posted Over 1 Month
For sale is an excellent running and driving,3 owner classic. Factory heat and air conditioning, good tires all the way around. I would drive this thing across America without thinking twice! Low miles at only 50k and the way it drives shows. Paint is dead, but is straight all the way around with no dings or anything, and the wood trim is all in good shape. Car is ready to go and just needs a driver, if you have any more questions, please message me and I will be more than happy to answer them, and also can provide a few more pictures if wanted. HEAD LINER IS MISSING
Trim Country Squire
Posted Over 1 Month
Just Toys Classic Cars is very proud to present this beautiful 1957 Ford Country Squire wagon woody. Wagons over the last few years have really come back in popularity. They are easy to hot rod, they look cool hot rodded, and you can fit the entire family, or all of your buddies, and ALL of their gear in it and go have a great time wherever you go. Start making new memories through the big windshield of this baby. The body lines on this wagon when you look at it are just cool. 1957 was a quintessential year in automotive styling. The big three were throwing more fins and chrome on cars then you could shake a stick at. There were even world records set for amounts of chrome on cars in this era. The styling on this beauty is right up there with the best. This does not look like your grandma's old grocery getter. The faux painted wood on this baby looks as real as it can get with out being real wood. This way you have all of the looks, but not all of the maintenance that is required of the real stuff. The lipstick red paint on this beauty is miles deep. Just like a woman with beautiful lips with bright red lipstick, you just can't take your eyes off of her, and this sweet wagon is the same way, beautiful. Now, you open the door and get ready to slide in to one of the most comfortable and good looking interiors we have seen on a wagon in a while. You will be thoroughly impressed with the combination of the leather and suede seats. The builder even went the extra mile and put a matching suede headliner in the car to match the accents on the seats. This is a very comfortable and spacious interior. You have ice cold vintage air to keep you and all of your companions nice and cool when cruising in the summer months. There is obviously TONS of room in the back of this baby for cargo, and yes, even groceries. These cars were the SUV's before they came up with the term. Under the hood of this woody sits a totally rebuilt 390 that is matted to a C6 automatic transmission. This wagon is set up with power steering and power brakes so you don't have to manhandle this thing around trying to steer and stop. You barely touch the brakes on this car and it doesn't take long to slow it down. As you will see in the undercarriage photos, this car is as clean underneath as it is on top. This is a car that you need to own today. Not really sure what else we can say about this wonderful woody folks. The lipstick red paint is beautiful, the wood faux paint looks as real as it gets, and the interior is just sweet. You need to contact the guys at Just Toys Classic Cars TODAY and make this baby yours. We offer classic car financing for those that would like to take advantage of that option. We look forward to speaking with you soon, and we look forward to making you the newest member of the Just Toys Classic Cars family. Full picture profile at justtoysclassiccars.com
Trim Country Squire
Posted Over 1 Month
Selling our family owned car. We have had the car for 51 years. It has been garaged most of its life. The Motor, transmission and rear-end has been recently rebuilt with about 3000 mile on them. New brakes, rear axles, New paint and new upholstery. Everything works, just recently serviced. Tailgate has the power window option. Also has power steering. This is a very nice car. Car is sold as seen. I am happy to answer any questions, send more photos or show the car in person (OR97302). Buyer is responsible for all shipping costs.
Trim Country Squire
Ford : Crown Victoria country squire 89 ford country squire woody station wagon ltd crown vic mercury colony park 64 k
For your consideration: 1989 Ford country Squire with only 64,400 miles! I acquired this car from an estate. The previous owner was an elderly woman. Sometime between 1999 and 2000, she broke her hip and was unable to drive. The car sat in her garage until 2013 when I acquired it. It was towed to my mechanic where it received the following: New fuel tankNew fuel pumpRebuilt fuel sender ( I actually had to rebuild this myself, the part was no longer available to buy anywhere)New fuel lines, supply and returnOil, filter, air filter etc. Spark plugsBatteryAt this point She fired on the first try, and shot a mouse nest out of the exhaust. Then I continued. COMPLETE new brake system, pads, rotors, calipers, brake lines, master cylinder. New exhaust system, from the cat back. This spring I just installed new front coil springs, shocks on all four corners, and a brand new set of whitewall tires with alignment. The car drives like glass at 70mph. Some things worth noting about the car. The interior is in very good, used, but very good condition. The blue velour has no unreasonable wear, or holes. Further, the seats are very soft, and comfortable. All of the power seat controls work as they should. The dashboard has no cracks, the stereo works, however I was unable to test the tape deck. (I don't own cassettes anymore). All of the gauges work, as well as all of the turn signals, headlights, etc. The power locks work, except the front passenger door, it only works manually. The driver front window tends to "skip" when you lower it, sometimes you have to help it down. It goes up very consistent and smooth. All the rest of the windows work fine. I have the antenna, I removed it before I went in to the car wash. The rear gate is the coolest thing ever. If you open in from the outside, it swings OUT. If you open it from the inside, it swings DOWN like a tailgate of a pickup truck. Yes, it will hold a 4x8 sheet of plywood. Regarding the car's pedigree: I do not know if the previous owner bought it new, or used. I assume new, so I would be the second owner. A quick carfax could answer that question. I retained the expired license plate that was on the car dating back to the year 2000. There is also a window sticker that shows when the next oil change should be. It was dated 2001. I also have the original Motorcraft battery, I thought it was kind of cool to see. This car appears to have been dealer maintained until the day it was parked. The A/C system is the original R12 system, when I got it, it still had a static pressure of 50 psi, I added about 1lb, and the vents blow a consistent 42 degrees. (yes, I own a 30lb cylinder of r12, and I am experienced/ certified to dispense refrigerant.) It has been almost 2 years, and is still working well. The exterior is in good condition, paint is still glossy, no noticeable rust. The faux wood has some scratches, and a bit of peeling. Look at the pictures for details. Nothing is serious enough to take away from the overall great look of this car. This car is an excellent "survivor" While it certainly is not mint, it is very presentable. The underbody is clean, I did some scraping, treated some spots with POR15, and did some general spray painting to protect the bare metals. I STRONGLY encourage you to COME LOOK AT THIS CAR IN PERSON. Pictures sometimes can be deceiving, and I am certainly no expert with 80's era fords. I want this transaction to be pleasant on both ends. I would be happy to assist with any international buyers, please call me to discuss details. I require a deposit of $200 via paypal within 24 hours after the sale is ended, and I want payment in full shortly after, like a few days after. If you want the car right away, bring CASH. If you pay any other way, I won't release the car until the payment clears. I reserve the right to end this auction at any time, as I am offering this car on many other platforms. If you want the car, give me a call, come see it, drive it, pay me in cash, and move on. I can be reached via ebay message, or my personal email is [email protected] I can provide more pictures upon request. You can also call or text 216-854-6372. My name is Eugene
Trim country squire
1963 Ford Country Squire. A unique opportunity and hard to find wagon. Mostly original including what is believed to be original body panels. A 1967 Ford 427 center oiler engine with the original 352 in a crate. Few hours on the standard bore 427 with an R code solid lifer camshaft. New power disk front brakes including master cylinder. New tires and alignment. A 3 speed manual transmission with overdrive which is currently disconnected. Recent re-paint including painted wood trim and side panels to complement the white paint. Third row seat or 9 passenger. A surf board, picnic basket and suit case are included. This car will only increase in value. Please call or email with questions or request for additional photos.
Trim Country Squire
"1966 Ford Country Squire Station wagon, 390 Thunderbird V-8 Cruise-O-Matic, white and wood grain trim, low mileage (62,397)Vehicle is in original condition inside and out and it's driveable.Not much to be done to bring this car to a show-car condition.Specs datasheet with technical and performance data plus an analysis of the direct market competition of Ford Country Squire Station Wagon 390 Thunderbird V-8 Cruise-O-Matic in 1966 the model with 5-door station wagon body and V-8 6384 cm3 / 389.6 cui, 205 kW / 279 PS / 275 hp (SAE gross) offered since September 1965 for North America U.S.. Specifications listing with the performance factory data and ProfessCars™ estimation, including acceleration times 0-60 mph, 0-100 mph, 0-100 km/h, 0-200 km/h, quarter mile time, top speed, mileage and fuel economy."CONTACT: Mr. Wright(954) 440 8519 FOR MORE PICS EMAIL:[email protected]
Trim COUNTRY SQUIRE
Tucumcari, New Mexico
BROUGHT TO YOU BY BELL STORAGE1964 FORD GALAXY COUNTRY SQUIRE WAGONTHIS VEHICLE RAN 10 YEARS AGO WHEN PARKED. RECENTLY THE CARBERATOR WAS STOLEN AND A COUPLE OF HEADLIGHTS....NONE THE LESS TAKE A CLOSE LOOK HERE. A RARE 64 COUNTRY SQUIRE WAGON WITH A 390 THUNDERBIRD ENGINE AND MATCHING NUMBERS FOR TRANSMISSION AND REAR END. WILL ASNWER ALL QUESTIONS TO MY VERY BEST BUT THIS OLE GAS DEFINITLY DESERVES SOME ATTENTION. CLEAR TITLE PROVIDED AS WELL AND BEING SOLD AS IS BUT WITH MATCHING NUMBER GUARANTEE. WE WILL CONSIDER ALL SERIOUS OFFERS. COME AND GET IT GAS MONKEY!!!! BUYER ASSUMES ALL RESPONSIBILITY FOR ARRANGING TRANSPORTATION BUT WE WILL BE AVAILABLE TO ASSIST IN LOADING. GOOD LUCK EVERYONE AND THANKS FOR SHOPPING BELL STORAGE.
Trim Country Squire Wagon
Auburn, New York
Up for auction is a pair (2) 1986 Ford LTD Country Squire Station wagons. I am selling them as a package as I am trying to thin the herd so to speak. Both of these car’s run and drive and have the optional 3rd row seating. Both came from Pennsylvania and have only seen NY roads for 1 year. Clean and clear titles in my name. Blue VIN:2FABP44F6GX137956, Black VIN:2FABP44F8GX102366 The blue car I just bought last September. It has been a great car and is still being driven. I commute 80 miles a day. Rides and drives well, A quiet ride that gets a lot of attention. Has current NYS Inspection till November. 302 engine, multiport Fuel injection, 155k-ish—speedometer doesn’t work. Odometer froze at 147302miles( before I bought it). I have the cable and drive gear for the trans. to fix it, as a result of this part the cruise control doesn’t work. The blue car has a cloth interior, in fairly good condition considering its age. Power windows, driver’s seat, and door locks. Passenger windows won’t go down anymore, door locks—only rear power doors work. Power mirrors, time delay lighting and antennae all still work. Updated radio, cd/ blue tooth capable all 6 speakers were replaced by previous owner. Great heat, never tried AC. I doubt it is charged still. Heavy duty rear coil springs and coil over shocks, front shocks were replaced in October as well as front center link and tire rod ends. Hit a patch of black ice this winter, slid off the road, that’s what caused the damage to passenger fender and pushed it into the door. Door won’t open; I never bothered to fix it as I had the black car to fall back on for parts. I put 3000 miles on it after that incident with no issues, alignment is straight. It does have some rust issues on the lower parts of the car, I have tried to take pics of the worst of it. Floors are still solid. The black car odometer reads (172673). This one is an LX with leather seats, red interior. This was surprisingly comfy with the leather seats. I drove this for a year until I had issues with the rear tailgate staying closed. I bought a replacement tailgate and airfreighted it from Oregon at a considerable cost then ran into issues aligning it. (There are a lot of adjustment points to bring into place) That was when I found the blue car and just bought that one and parked the black one as it had 172k miles by this point. I bought the black car off Ebay 3 years ago, it was a one family owned car, and then put into storage for 10 years.(w/ a dirt floor) As a result of this poor storage I replaced every brake line and gas line. As well as the gas tank, tank straps, fuel pump, rear pumpkin cover w/ gear oil, the rear brake cylinders, drums, shoes, hardware, and the front brake calipers, rotors and pads. I pulled the brake proportioning block out of the car sandblasted it and replaced every line that was attached to it, along with a new master cylinder. The front upper,lower ball joints, tie rod ends and gear box were replaced. Coil springs and shocks all the way around. It was given a complete tune up, oil change, ignition coil, starter and starter solenoid. The windshield washer pump and driver’s door window motor and passenger power mirror were swapped out. New Exhaust from the dual cat converters to a Cherry bomb muffler was hung. The thermostat, alternator, with belt and ignition module was replaced in the following months it was driven. The black car has a 302, w/ mulitiport fuel injection. Heavy duty 3 row radiator, trans oil cooler and 3.25 gears in the rear. The previous owner never went cheap on anything in the car, only put quality everything into it while he drove it. I sure put my time into bringing it back and drove it another 5000 miles. It is one solid car for its age and history. Put a battery into it, fires up instantly and runs smooth. The bad: front brake line popped on a union, leaking fluid. Passenger exhaust flange broke and the exhaust has settled as a result. Hood latch cable broke and all 4 door strike posts are loose (extremely common on all 80’s Fords). Heater motor only has 1 speed and heater core clogged(have replacement in box) The tail gate has been replaced but needs to be adjusted in and then all the rear interior panels can be screwed back in place. One good Wagon can be built out of the two of these. My reserve price is what I have in one of these cars. These model wagons are getting hard to find after 29 years, much less find a pair that run and drive. Feel free to ask any questions. I have a lot of time, effort and parts for these cars. I have owned 6 of these square bodied LTD/ crown vic’s (79-91 model) over the past 20 years.I'm a reasonable guy, open to offers and ideas. If shipping is a concern, I can trailer the black one to you and have someone follow in the blue car with in a few state radius for some help on gas ... Check out my other auctions. I'm looking to move a few cars and make some space in my driveway. 315-237-7760 Jerry
Trim LTD Country Squire
1956 312 F ord omatic transmission,power will help to load vehicle.seats and stearing, some rust in floors, body mounts and tailgate. Good project for restoration.
This car runs and rides very good.5.0 L multiport EFI.Transmission serviced and shift real good.It has a new timing chain and gears,front cover,water pump,crank seal,spark plugs,wires,cap,rotor,new fuel line,new front rotors and pads and one new caliper,new rear window motor,good tires,new dual exhaust from CATS back.Has some surface rust all around.Had a small rust hole repaired and it caught fire inside left rear and melted wiring to tail lights but was repaired and all working great.Inside LR panel melted alittle also.Other then that interior is very clean.
Toms River, New Jersey
Posted Over 1 Month
Up for sale is my 51 Woody that I will never get around to restoring. No motor or trans. Needs rust repair, body work and all new wood. Missing a few parts (grille, spare tire cover, front and rear seat and a few other odds and ends). Has all interior garnish moldings, the stainless trim below side windows and original taillights. Includes a set of Green Mountain rocker panels and metal panels for the sides. Car rolls for easy loading. Buyer responsible for shipping,
Trim 2 Door Base
This 1951 Custom Ford Country Squire 2 Door Station Wagon (Stock # F13135) is available in our Fairfield. CA showroom and any inquiries may be directed to us at 707-419-8200 or by email at [email protected] Amazing 1951 Custom Ford Country Squire Station WagonNew to our Fairfield showroom is this simply amazing 1951 Custom Ford Country Squire 2 Door Station Wagon with black exterior paint. custom hand-bent wooden side paneling and a fully customized black leather interior. Under the hood you? ll find a 2001 GM 5.7L LS-1 V-8 engine with a Vortech supercharger and a modified GM 4L60-E automatic transmission; just take a look at the partial build sheet below- 2001 GM LS1 engine with Vortech supercharger Dyno tuned 470 horse power/ 450 ft lbs of torque GM 4L60-E. 800 HP rated drag automatic transmission Modular 9 inch Ford rear end QA1 Coilovers suspension Wilwood racing brakes (...
Posted Over 1 Month
"Very Original 1951 ford Country Squire Woodie - Strong running flat head V - 8 engine. 3 - speed manual transmission. One of the popular styles of cars ever produced by Detroit. The 1951 Ford Woodie Country Squire was the last year Ford built these wood sided wagons. Original "LB" Woodie built in Long Beach, california. The maple and mahogany wood exterior is in very nice shape. Dash and door panels have all been re-done. Interior has been re-upholstered to correct style. Three rows of seats, enough room for the whole gang. Trim, bumpers and chrome all in very good condition. Finished off with wide white wall tires. MYHOTCARS,Inc.: 1-800-900-0227 or 925-292-0922"