Cruisin' Ocean City is signature for immaculately built high-horsepower rides that run the strip leaving their mark. Meade Baldwin's vicious '55 Ford Ranch Wagon out of Millersville, Maryland, was a choice not for the faint at heart. Built at the Legendary Hot Rod Garage, the wagon was set on an Art Morrison custom tube chassis with coilovers at all four corners. The immaculate body was then doused in Sikkens Tornado Red urethane and the engine bay was fitted with a fire-breathing 514-inch Ford Racing V-8 linked to a beefy C-6 automatic putting down the anger through a Currie 9-inch rearend. It doesn't take much to churn those massive Halibrand's out back from the driver's seat which is covered in butter soft leather with gauges mounted in a '52 Ford dashboard. The brutal power and subtleness that surround Meade's wagon make it a clear choice for a Top 100.