Unrestored Treasure: 1972 Ford LTD Country Squire

Ford’s first factory-built station wagon hit the roads in 1929. With a body made mostly of wood from the company’s own forests, that early wagon started a trend catering to elite buyers that lasted for decades. Hotels used station… more»

1 of 1 Survivor? 1972 Ford LTD Convertible

Ford stepped up the game for family cars in 1965 by introducing the LTD, essentially a high-end version of the Galaxie 500. They advertised it was as quiet as a Rolls-Royce, but was that ever really proven? The LTD… more»

One Family-Owned: 1969 Ford LTD

Here’s a car that’s been busy nickel-and-diming its current owner to the brink. This 1969 Ford LTD here on craigslist has seen a full menu of repairs over the last eighteen months. From engine work to suspension, lights to… more»

36k Original Miles: 1986 Ford LTD Crown Victoria Station Wagon

Ah, the humble Station Wagon. The weapon of choice for the growing family in the era before the minivan and SUV usurped its seemingly unassailable position of power. You will struggle to find a new one in a showroom… more»

Nicest One Left? 1973 Ford LTD Brougham

From 1965 to 1986, the LTD was Ford’s most luxurious senior automobile, having begun as an option on the Galaxie 500 and quickly promoted to a series of its own. The car got a major styling overhaul in 1973… more»

Nicest One Left? 1966 Ford LTD

In 1965, Ford decided to give buyers of its full-size cars a luxury option and dubbed it the Galaxie 500 LTD. Its ride quality and quietness were advertised to be better than that of a Rolls-Royce. The idea worked… more»

429-Powered Driver: 1969 Ford LTD

Do you like power but need room for the whole family? This 1969 Ford LTD is equipped with a 429 cubic inch V8 and looks to be in good condition. This cruiser is being sold here on eBay and… more»

Family Hauler: 1972 Ford LTD Country Squire

How many beautiful Ford Squires will the month of June bring us? So far this month at Barn Finds, we have covered three of various flavors, and here is yet another on craigslist, a 1972 LTD Country Squire station… more»

Soccer Mom Wagon: 1988 Ford Country Squire

The Country Squire debuted toward the end of the wood-bodied station wagon era when they were referred to as “woodies”.  For more than 40 years (1950 to 1991), the Country Squire (with its real or fake wood siding) played… more»

Police Interceptor Project: 1991 Ford LTD Crown Victoria

In addition to Chrysler, Ford was a big supplier of vehicles for police use. The LTD Crown Victoria from 1980 to 1991 was especially popular when equipped with the Police Package (aka Interceptor). These cars came with everything heavy-duty… more»

Only Driven to Church: 1987 Ford LTD Crown Victoria

In the 1980s, the LTD Crown Victoria was Ford’s equivalent of the Mercury Grand Marquis. Although the flagship of Ford’s biggest and finest cars of the era, it’s often remembered today for its use in police work. This one… more»

No Reserve Cruiser! 1977 Ford LTD

Handsome in tuxedo black set off by chrome and white wall tires, this 1977 Ford LTD 2-Door Pillared Hardtop in Franklin, Ohio spent most of its life in the care of one family. The seller describes an almost completely… more»

Original 429: 1971 Ford LTD Convertible

The accumulated dust tells you this 1971 Ford LTD Convertible hasn’t moved for a while, with the seller indicating it has lain idle for two years. The indications are positive that a new owner could have little trouble returning… more»

No Reserve: 1977 Ford LTD Country Squire

Those familiar with “National Lampoon’s Vacation” will fondly remember Clark Griswold’s Wagon Queen Family Truckster. It was an unspeakably ugly station wagon that has developed cult status. It was based on a 1979 LTD Country Squire, and although our… more»

Back Again: 1990 Ford LTD Crown Victoria

Update 2/7/23: This is another one of those cars that goes up for sale and then disappears only to resurface again a year or two later. Such is the case with this 1990 Ford LTD Crown Victoria with the… more»

10-Passenger Wagon: 1968 Ford Country Squire

The Country Squire was Ford’s top-of-the-line station wagon for more than 40 years. It began in 1950 as the age of the wood-bodied wagons was coming to an end, and then used wood-like paneling for the rest of the… more»

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