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1950 Crosley Series CD Station Wagon Vehicle Profile

1950 Crosley Series CD photograph

1950 Crosley Series CD photograph

1950 Crosley Series CD photograph

1950 Crosley Series CD photograph

1950 Crosley Series CD photograph

1950 Crosley Series CD photograph

1950 Crosley Series CD photograph

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The Crosley Automobile Company was novel from day one of production. Originally built with an air-cooled 2-cylinder engine, the post-war models advanced with the stout 26.5 horsepower overhead valve cast iron engines offered in a wide variety of body styles.

Station wagons (originally named from horse-drawn wagons that would take you from train stations to rural outposts) had emerged as a growing market segment and Crosley followed suit with their first offering in 1949. The stylish wagon could be ordered with two-toned interiors, chrome trim and optional features - winning the hearts and frugal wallets of many cost-conscious middle class suburbanites.

Restored to a high standard by the current owners, this Station Wagon features rare options including sun visor, heater, ashtray, fender skirts, Crosley radio, and 6-inch vacuum fans. Shown only since the restoration was completed in April 2012, it earned a 1st place at the 2012 Crosley Nationals.



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Recent Sales

(Data based on Model Year 1950 sales)
1950 Crosley Super Sport Station Wagon
Sold for USD$21,000
  2017 Mecum : Kissimmee
 
1950 Crosley Woody Wagon
Sold for USD$12,000
  2016 Mecum : Harrisburg
 

Vehicles That Failed To Sell

1950 Crosley Series CD's that have appeared at auction but did not sell.
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Crosley Series CD Vehicle Profiles
Deluxe Sedan
Crosley Series CD Deluxe Sedan

Chassis Num: 101198
Model Year: 1949
Profile
Deluxe Sedan
Crosley Series CD Deluxe Sedan

Chassis Num: CD104086
Model Year: 1949
Station Wagon
Crosley Series CD Station Wagon

Model Year: 1950
Profile

2-Door Sedan
Crosley Series CD 2-Door Sedan

Chassis Num: CD 202899
Model Year: 1950
Station Wagon
Crosley Series CD Station Wagon

Chassis Num: CD 305972
Model Year: 1951
Profile and Auction History
Super Station Wagon
Crosley Series CD Super Station Wagon

Model Year: 1952
Profile


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