- Engine Size
- 239 V8
- Transmission Type
- 2 Speed Automatic
1954 Ford Crestline Sedan
1954 was a successful year for Ford, as it introduced a host of new technology and styling advances. With their slogan 'More than ever, the standard for the American road,' Ford was intent on becoming the leader in the low-priced, entry-level market.
In 1954, Ford introduced their all-new, overhead-valve 'Y-block' V8 engine. The unit displaced 239-cubic inches and had a 7.8:1 compression ratio. Horsepower increased by nearly 25 percent than that of the old flathead, now producing 130 horsepower.
Are you looking for a great driver to have fun with? Then check this great example out. Load up a couple friends and go have a ball in this 1954 Crestline Sedan. The 239ci Y-block engine and 2- speed Fordamatic automatic transmission will get you down the road with power to spare. The original cream paint is starting to show its age, and it's getting a little thin in spots, but thats one of the reasons you can have a lot of fun with this car. The American Racing polished aluminum Torque Thrust wheels set the car off, and the lush two tone brown cloth interior rounds it all out. Check this car out today and go cruising tomorrow.