Country Squire

Some articles on country squire, squire:

Sport Wagon - History - All-steel Wagons
... Ford introduced the Country Squire with simulated woodgrain paneling ... In addition to the well-known Country Squire, the "Squire" trim level was an available option in a few different model ranges ... These include the Falcon Squire, Fairlane Squire, and in the 1970s the Pinto Squire Surviving examples of these smaller "Squire" wagons are much rarer than the more popular full-size Country Squire, which was ...
Ford Country Squire
... The Ford Country Squire was a full-size station wagon built by the Ford Motor Company from 1951 until 1991, encompassing seven model generations ... The Country Squire was based on Ford's full-size car line and was the premium station wagon in Ford's model range ... The Country Squire was initially built as a "woodie" ...
Station Wagon - History - All-steel Wagons
... Ford introduced the Country Squire with simulated woodgrain paneling ... In addition to the well-known Country Squire, the "Squire" trim level was an available option in a few different model ranges ... These include the Falcon Squire, Fairlane Squire, and in the 70s the Pinto Squire Surviving examples of these smaller "Squire" wagons are much rarer than the more popular full-size ...
Ford LTD Crown Victoria - Other Body Styles - Station Wagon
... See also Ford Country Squire A station wagon version was also produced, both as the LTD Crown Victoria and also as the LTD Country Squire ... The Country Squire featured the traditional wood-grained body side panels ...
Ford Country Squire - Sixth Generation (1979–1991)
... and nearly 1000 pounds lighter, the redesigned Country Squire retained the 8-passenger seating capability with only slightly reduced cargo capacity ... included in the redesign, leaving the Country Squire with the 302 cubic inches (4.95 l) and 351 cubic inches (5.75 l) Windsor V8 engines ... The 1980s saw relatively few changes to the Country Squire ...

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