Wheelbase Measurements for Popular Classic Cars

Wheelbase

NEW! Wheelbase Cross Reference Database: Classic, Late Model, Foreign, Domestic

Ford

1928 – 1931 ( Model A ) 103.5″

1932: 106″

1933-1940: 112″

1941-1951: 114″

1952-1953: 115″

1954-1956: 115.5″, Thunderbird: 102″

1957-1959: 118″, Thunderbird: 113″

1960-1963 Falcon: 109.5″, Ranchero and Sedan Delivery: 109.9″

1960-1969 Full Size: 119″

1966-1969 Falcon Sedan: 110.9

1966-1969 Falcon Wagon 113″

1962-1964 Fairlane: 115.5″

1965 Fairlane (All): 116″

1966-1969 Fairlane, Torino: 116″

1966-1969 Fairlane Wagon, Ranchero: 113″

1964-1969 Mustang: 108″

1969 Maverick: 103″

Mercury

1940: 116″

1941-1954: 118″

1955-1957 Except 1957 Wagon: 119″

1957 Wagon: 122″

1958: 122″

1959-1960 Full size: 126″

1960-1965 Comet Sedan: 114″

1960-1965 Comet Wagon: 109.5″

1961 Meteor, Monterey: 120″

1962-1963 Meteor: 116.5″

1964-1966 Full Size: 120″

1967-1969 Cougar: 111″

1966-1969 Comet except Wagon: 116″

1966-1969 Comet Wagon: 113″

1967-1968 Full Size Except Wagon: 123″

1967-1968 Full Size Wagon: 119″

1968-1969 Montego, Cyclone Except Wagon: 116″

1968-1969 Montego, Cyclone Wagon: 113″

1969 Monterey, Marquis: 124″

1969 Marauder: 121″

1969 Wagon: 121″

Lincoln

1940 V12: 136″, 145″

1940-1942 Zephyr, Continental: 125″

1941-1942 Custom: 138″

1946-1948 Continental, V12: 125″

1949-1951 V8: 121″

1949-1951 Cosmopolitan: 125″

1952-1955: 123″

1956-1957: 126″

1958-1960: 131″

1961-1963 Continental: 123″

1964-1969 Continental: 126″

1969 Continental Mark III: 117.2″

Chevrolet

1940: 113″

1941-1948: 116″

1949-1957: 115″, Corvette is 102″

1958: 117.5″

1959-69 Full size: 119″

1962-1967 Chevy II: 110″

1964-1967 Chevelle: 115″

1967-1969 Camaro: 108″

1968-1969 Chevelle 2dr: 112″

1968-1969 Chevelle 4dr and Wagon: 116″

Buick

1940-1941 Special and Super 8: 121″

1940-1942 Century 8, Roadmaster 8: 126″

1942-1948 Roadmaster 8: 129″

1942-1948 Super 8: 124″

1942-1948 Special 8: 121″

1940-1942 Limited 8: 133″, 140″, 139″

1949 Roadmaster 8: 126″

1950-1952 Roadmaster 8: 126.25″, 130.25″

1950-1953 Special: 121.5″

1950-1953 Super 8: 121.5″, 125.5″

1953 Roadmaster: 121.5″, 125.5″

1954-1956 Roadmaster: 127″

1954-1958 Special: 122″

1954-1956 Super V8: 127″

1957-1958 Super, Roadmaster, Limited: 127.5″

1959 Le Sabre, Invicta: 123″

1959 Electra: 126.3″

1960-1968 Le Sabre, Invicta: 123″

1960-1961 Electra: 126.3″

1961-1963 Special: 112″

1962-1963 Skylark: 112″

1964-1967 Special, Skylark Sedan: 115″

1964-1967 Sport Wagon, Skylark Wagon: 120″

1964-1968 Le Sabre: 123″

1964 Wildcat: 123″

1965-1968 Wildcat 126″

1963-1966 Riviera: 117″

1962-1968 Electra: 126″

1964-1967 Skylark: 115″

1968-1969 Skylark, Special 2dr: 112″

1968-1969 Riviera: 119″

1969 Le Sabre, Wildcat: 123.2″

1969 Electra: 126.2″

Nash

1940 Lafayette 6: 117″

1940 Ambassador 6: 121″

1940 Ambassador 8: 125″

1941-1949 600 Six: 112″

1941-1951 Ambassador: 121″

1950-1951 Statesman: 112″

1951-1952 Healey: 102″

1950-1953 Rambler 6: 100″

1954-1955 Rambler 6 2dr: 100″

1954-1955 Rambler 6 4dr: 108″

1952-1956 Statesman: 114.25″

1952-1957 Ambassador: 121.25″

1954-1959 Metropolitan: 85″

1957-1959 Rebel: 108″

1958-1963 American: 100″

1958-1959 Ambassador: 117″

Kaiser, Frazer

1947-1950: 123.5″

1951-1954 Special, Deluxe, Carolina, Dragon, Manhattan ( exc 1951 ) : 118.5″

1951 Manhattan: 123.5

1951-1954 Henry J, Allstate, Darrin: 100

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