The 1957 Ford Station Wagon was available with either six- or eight-cylinder engines and came in several body configurations including 2- and 4-door versions with seating ranging from six to eight passengers. Models were named the Ranch wagon, Del Rio, Country Sedan, and Country Squire. The base trim level was the 2-door Ranch Wagon which sold for $2,300. The top trim levels were the Country Squires, also with four-door styling. by Daniel Vaughan | Jan 2013
This Ford Country Squire Station Wagon is trimmed with oak and mahogany wood and is powered by the optional V8 Thunderbird engine. There is power steering, power brakes and air conditioning. It is finished in factory Willow Green color with correct v....[continue reading]
For 1957, Ford introduced its all-new models, which wore all-new 'Equaflair' styling by George W. Walker. They were longer and lower than ever before, with styling that incorporated a full-width rectangular grille, bright accents and a pair of tailfi....[continue reading]
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1957 Ford Station Wagon Production Figures
Ranch Wagon 60,486
Del Rio 46,105
Country Sedan 135,251
9-Passenger Country Sedan 49,638
Country Squire 27,690
1,676,449 total vehicles produced by Ford in 1957 The 1957 Ford Station Wagon accounted for 19.0% of Ford's 1,676,449 production.