One of Ford's greatest years was 1955, especially with the classic Thunderbird model. This year featured iconic designs that are still used in 2015 to set the scene for movies set in the 1950s. Many people buy 1955 Fords out of a sense of nostalgia, because they grew up around those cars.
Classic cars are still roadworthy and were built to last forever, so many people drive them because they are easy to maintain and fix. Many hobbyists build a social life around maintaining and showing off their cars. They go to car shows and join clubs to interact with other classic car aficionados. Others just work on their cars by themselves but enjoy showing them off. Therefore, 1955 Fords are eye-catching and appealing to a wide variety of people, and some owners enjoy the attention they get because of their cars.
Some people also buy 1955 Fords for financial reasons. Although the initial cost can be high, maintenance and insurance costs may be lower than for a new car. Classic cars also tend not to depreciate and may even increase in value if they are well-maintained.Learn more about Buying & Selling