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Ford Del Rio
The Del Rio was a station wagon made by Ford in 1957 and 1958. It was also called the Del Rio Ranch Wagon, to really give it that southwest flavor. It was a two-door full size wagon, intended to compete with the Chevy Nomad.
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This vehicle was not nearly as advanced as the Nomad and was in fact based on the very base model Ranch Wagon. The differences were two-tone paint, upgraded interior, and exterior accents. It also had two engine options, the Mile Maker, which was 144 horsepower, or Thunderbird, a 212 horsepower beast. The two piece tailgate offered a big advantage over Chevy's Nomad, which had a tailgate with a huge steep sweep that many garages had problems holding. Their tailgate also had some water leak issues around the window. The Del Rio sold better than the Nomad, but Ford cancelled the program after 2 years anyway. You can still find these on places like eBay, where they don't tend to attract the same high prices as the collectible Nomads. You can probably find some parts there, too.
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