Image of 1957




Ford Motor Company produced some great new designs in 1955 and 1956 under the leadership of Ford's Styling Chief Frank Hershey. The 2 seat Thunderbird was new and the dramatic Crown Victoria was introduced in a palette of modern colors.

In 1957 Ford eclipsed Chevrolet in sales with a record 1.67 million cars produced. A new 312 cu. in. 245 horsepower "Y" block V-8 gave you all the power you needed. The innovative Skyliner retractable hardtop was a first for an American production car. The coupe-pickup Ranchero was introduced and would last another 22 years as the model in the Ford lineup. You could order your 1957 Ford in one of 12 paint colors and 19 two-tone combinations along with matching interior colors.

The Original Painting "1957" is executed in acrylic on board. The fidelity of detail by award winning automotive artist David Snyder brings the scene of a big city Ford dealership to life. "1957" is reproduced directly from the original painting and only 500 limited edition prints, 50 artist proofs and 10 Giclees are available. The prints and artist proofs are hand signed and numbered by the artist; measuring 17.5" x 26" and printed on high quality acid free stock trimmed to 22" x 28". The hand signed and numbered Giclee prints measure 32" x 48" and printed on archival canvas.
Available Prints Cost
Limited Edition $95.00