1956 Ford Zephyr MkII Saloon

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The Zephyr was the middle sister of 'The Three Graces', as Ford termed its new range of large family cars. Larger in every respect than the models they replaced the Consul, Zephyr and Zodiac offered commodious family transport with true transatlantic styling. For the first time the Zodiac was offered was a convertible like its lesser siblings. The distinctive egg-crate grille of the Zephyr only lasted a year before being replaced by a less interesting thin-barred design.

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