Ole Kristian Espeland's 1956 Ford

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The Ford next to Kjetil Kvipt's 1955 Pontiac before Ole bought it.
On the ferry, winter 2011. Photo by Olav Kvipt
Photo by Olav Kvipt
Photo by Olav Kvipt
Photo by Olav Kvipt

1956 Ford 4-door owned by Ole Kristian Espeland of Seljord, Telemark, Norway. Ole's car was actually built and sold new in South-Africa. The car belonged to a norwegian sailor who brought the car with him to Haugesund, Norway in the summer of 1956. The car was right hand driven, and another left-drive dashboard was installed. The car was bought by Ole in 2008. He painted the car silver with the top painted blue. The car was nosed and decked to achieve a cleaner look. Firestone tires were installed of course. Ole used the car as his daily driver, both summer and winter, sporting the stock Y-block engine.[1]


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