Ford - Ford Country Squire Wagon 1960

Super originele Ford country squire wagon 1960 v8 bigblock Automaat zeer gave body. Breedste ford productie wagen ooit slechts 1 jaar gebouwd. Dare to be different!!!! nederlands kenteken.

Disc brakes Stand is mijlen American racing wheels. Fifth generation (1960-1964)[edit]Fifth generation1960 Ford Country SquireOverviewAlso calledFord Country SedanModel years1960 - 1964 Body and chassisBody style4-door station wagonPlatform1960 FordRelatedFord Galaxie Mercury Colony ParkPowertrainEngine 223 cu in (3.7 L) Mileage Maker I6 292 cu in (4.8 L) Y-Block V8 260 cu in (4.3 L) Windsor V8 289 cu in (4.7 L) WIndsor V8 352 cu in (5.8 L) FE V8 390 cu in (6.4 L) FE V8 Transmission3-speed manual 4-speed manual 3-speed Fordomatic automatic 3-speed Cruise-O-Matic automaticDimensionsWheelbase119 in (3,023 mm)Length209.8 in (5,329 mm)Width80.0 in (2,032 mm)Height57.9 in (1,471 mm)Curb weight4,134 lb (1,875 kg)See also: 1960 FordFor the 1960 model year, in place of a yearly update, the Ford model line underwent a complete redesign. Coinciding with the introduction of the compact Falcon, full-size Fords grew in size, adopting a 119-inch wheelbase. As part of a model shift, the Galaxie was slotted above the Fairlane as the flagship Ford model range, with the Country Squire becoming its station wagon counterpart for 1960. For 1961, Mercury revised its model range following the discontinuation of Edsel, with the Monterey becoming a longer-wheelbase version of the Galaxie; in a change that would last until their 1991 discontinuation, the Colony Park became the Mercury counterpart of the Country Squire. Model overview[edit]Retaining the use of a perimeter frame, the Country Squire grew in size over its predecessor, five inches wider and five inches longer than its predecessor. The wood exterior trim returned to the appearance of boat decking, with a simpler border trim design. To improve entry and exit, the forward-sloping A-pillar was replaced by a rearward-sloping design, allowing for wider front door opening.[11] While the third-row seat still required the removal of the lower cushion to fold flat, access was improved as one-third of the second-row seat folded separately.[12] Chassis specifications[edit]The 1960 Ford chassis used by the fifth-generation Country Squire used a 119-inch wheelbase, shared with all other full-size Ford models. To improve handling, the rear leaf suspension was redesigned with longer springs, as part of anti-dive and anti-squat control.[13] The front suspension is a double wishbone configuration, with ball-jointed A-arms.[14] Shared with the F-Series, the Country Squire used 11-inch drum brakes on all four wheels.[14] Powertrain[edit]At its launch, the fifth-generation retained several engines from the previous generation.[15] A 145 hp 223 cubic-inch inline-six was standard, with three optional V8 engines. A 292 cubic-inch V8 (retuned to 185 hp) made its return, along with a 352 cubic-inch V8 (235 hp with 2-barrel; 300 hp with 4-barrel).[15] Source wikipedia

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