Chevelles are fine and GTOs get a lot of attention, but if you bleed Ford Blue, this 1969 Ford Fairlane hardtop is the best alternative. With a strong-running 390 cubic inch V8, its the Blue Ovals answer to the ubiquitous A-body. Better still, its a bargain compared to its bowtie-wearing rivals and quite a bit rarer to boot! Handsome and restrained compared to its fastback siblings, this Fairlane hardtop adds a bit of formality to the performance game. All the Ford hi-po styling tricks are in place here, including the domed hood, sport mirrors, and Magnum 500 wheels, so theres no mistaking it on the street. It was repainted a few years ago, but it still looks decent with a few touch ups here and there. The color looks a lot like code Y Indian Fire Red, and theres probably no point in trying to sneak around in this car. Theres a ton of sheetmetal in those quarter panels but its all quite straight and crisply rendered with decent panel gaps all around. The design is actually quite clean, skipping the scoops, wings, and stripes that were practically mandatory on cars like this in 1969, and the lack of a vinyl roof certainly helps it look sporty. The cool thing about cars like this is that you wont see another one at most shows and it stands out among all the Mustangs you usually find. That alone makes this Fairlane a winner in our book. The interior got a significant makeover, starting with a set of power leather buckets seats from a late-model, along with a matching rear bench that fits so perfectly it looks like it was born there. The leather is in excellent condition, and they even salvaged the center console, so it all has a very OEM look. The instrument panel offers a quartet of round gauge pods seeming to grow out of the dash pad and the gauges inside are in good shape, with interesting silver faces that still show up pretty well behind lenses that are only a little cloudy. There are also auxiliary dials under the dash that are probably a bit more accurate. The radio is a modern AM/FM/cassette unit that slots into the original radios position and it sounds pretty good. The door panels are simple custom pieces with Fairlane script and unlike the Mustang, this Torino is big enough to have a good-sized trunk without needing a fold-down rear seat. OK, the real reason this Fairlane is special can be found under the hood: a 390 cubic inch V8. It was rebuilt about 5000 miles ago and features a long list of upgrades including Edelbrock aluminum heads, Performer intake manifold, and an upgraded cam. Theres a big Holley 4-barrel carb on top, MSD ignition system, and finned valve covers to dress things up a bit. It starts easily and runs beautifully, with smooth torque that only vintage V8s seem to deliver and youd better believe this one is potent. The C6 3-speed automatic transmission shifts well and the beefy 9-inch rear just shrugs it off and offers great highway cruising thanks to 2.80 gears inside. A recent Flowmaster exhaust system gives it an awesome Ford sound and even though the underside is mostly original, it remains in good condition overall. Classic Magnum 500 wheels offer a more sporting look than plain old steelies and it wears staggered 245/60/15 front and 255/60/15 rear white-letter radials. With lots of power on tap, that gorgeous interior, and an unusual look, this is a fun, affordable Ford that delivers in all the ways that matter. Who says Chevy guys get all the breaks? Call today!
This clean, sleek-looking 1964 Ford Fairlane packs a nasty surprise for anyone foolish enough to pick a fight. Its a brutal look with a great color combination, but where it really shines is under the skin where youll find a built 572 cubic inch V8, a 6-speed manual, and a chassis built to use every single last horsepower. If thats your kind of fun, this incredible car deserves a closer look. The Fairlane often gets overlooked with all those Mustangs running around, and thats really a shame. The clean, chiseled lines of this coupe are the perfect blend of 60s sensibility and sporty attitude, and the combination of black and red with the Thunderbolt hood gives tradition a bit of a modern edge. The paint is quite well done and professionally finished, and its probably too nice to race but too fast to just cruise. This car isnt going to keep a low profile anyway, and the gorgeous paint really makes a statement. The bodywork was nicely done and the steel underneath is in very good condition thanks to a lifetime someplace away from snow and salt. A charcoal gray stripe separating the colors adds to the sporting attitude and we have to admit that the relative lack of trim really works well on the Fairlane. Most of the bright stuff was removed, but things like the bumpers and window frames were painted to match the bodywork, and those air cleaner sticking out of the headlight buckets like cannons is just too cool. The super slick overall look suggests that theres absolutely nothing on this car that wasnt completely intentional. The interior was built for combat but keeps things civilized, preserving the idea that this really is a street car. The two-tone black and red upholstery keeps the exteriors color theme going and makes it look very up-to-date at the same time. Like the bodywork, it was quite well done, and its holding up well with no splits or tears and it still makes for an effective place to do some serious driving, which well talk about in a moment. Aside from the full cage and race seats with harnesses, the three-spoke steering wheel and a B&M shifter on the floor are minor giveaways that suggest this isnt your average custom build. Custom Auto Meter gauges in a flamed-out dash give you a full view of the engines health, and the entire dash was reworked to accommodate the molded-in tach. The shifter knob says its a 4-speed, but there are actually six gears inside the transmission, making this Fairlane a whole lot of fun to drive. The beautifully finished trunk carries a custom fuel cell, battery, and a set of oversized wheel tubs hidden behind an aluminum bulkhead. The powerplant is a stout 572 cubic inch V8, and youd better believe it makes for some very exciting performance. It was built by Al Moody and is based on an SVO 460 block with a square 4.5-inch bore and stroke. Eagle rods, JE pistons with 10.5:1 compression, a Comp Cams solid lifter camshaft, roller rockers, Trick Flow aluminum heads, and a custom high-rise intake manifold with a 1050 Dominator carburetor all add up to 839 horsepower and 779 pounds of torque on the dyno. Yikes! The 6-speed snaps through the gears with authority and a custom narrowed 9-inch housing with Strange 31-spline axles and 4.56 gears delivers the twist. Obviously the custom tube chassis was designed to handle those giant tires, with a set of ladder bars trying to keep it straight. Up front theres a custom A-arm setup with rack-and-pinion steering, and the custom headers with straight exhaust sound absolutely monstrous. Big-n-little Centerline Convo-Pro wheels carry 215/60/15 front and 31x18.50-15 tires that make it sit just right. An extremely cool car with a lot more horsepower than youd expect, all wrapped in a package that promises a lot and delivers even more. Call today!
Wow, when was the last time you saw one of these? 1965 Ford Fairlanes arent exactly common these days, especially not in bright with a matching red interior. Add a fresh 302 crate motor, and you have a great runner thats bound to generate more than its fair share of double-takes on the street and an easy car to underestimate when the chips are down. I liken the early 60s Fairlanes to the industrial-strength Mopars of the same period: lots of power without a lot of excess baggage. The lines are clean but very subdued, the roofline is formal but stylish, and theres only enough trim to make a statement. Painting it Wimbledon White helps prevent unwanted attention, although with the teardrop hood scoop from a Thunderbolt your chances of sneaking around are diminished. However, the paint obviously doesnt hide anything so you wont find major surprises underneath, and the look is still pretty intimidating. Seriously, if this car rolled up next to you at a light, youd think twice about punching it when the light turned green; who knows what kind of evil lurks under that long hood? Fortunately, theres enough chrome to lighten the mood a bit, and all of it remains in great shape, particularly the angular side trim that matches the forward-canted angle of the roof. And I think Chrysler owes Ford an apology, because that concave rear window looks awfully familiar, dont you think? Personally, I think bench seat interiors are a great choice no matter what youre driving. Comfortable and traditional, the bench seat setup in this car has a luxurious yet sporty look that matches the cars personality. The seat covers, door panels, headliner, and carpets are all in very good condition, probably too nice to be original but certainly correct enough. The instrument panel is original and all the gauges are working, and someone has added a tach op top where it should be. The original AM radio is still in place and still works like it should but aside from that, this Fairlane is pretty light on options, so you know it was ordered and built to do just one thing out on the mean streets. The back seat is big enough for three friends (or ballast as we used to call them) and with a giant trunk, road trips or excursions to the track dont mean you have to leave essentials behind. A snarling 302 cubic inch Jasper crate engine lives under the hood, and gives the Fairlane the moves of a much younger machine. Great low-end torque means it gets out of the hole quickly and the 302s penchant for high-RPM excursions comes via an aluminum Edelbrock intake and Holley 4-barrel carb. Ford Blue paint on the block looks the way Ford did it back in the day, with just enough aluminum and chrome to make it look important. The transmission is a familiar C4 3-speed automatic and a 9-inch rear with reasonable gears inside means this is an easy cruiser. A recent dual exhaust system with Flowmaster mufflers sounds fantastic at, say 5000 RPM, and front disc brakes are a welcome upgrade. Plain-Jane steelies with dog dish hubcaps are the only way to fly and it sits on skinny 165/80/15 radials up front and fat 255/60/15 drag radials out back. An unusual, fast, fun cruiser that will have a lot of folks scratching their heads after having their doors blown off. If that sounds like fun, call us today!
You are looking at a 1966 Ford Fairlane 500...Great 2 door car with nice new red paint, black and red interior a 289 V8 and new floors! You can own this classic for only $7,00.00 which I feel is very fair for a car like this one with the potential that this vehicle has. I might consider a possible trade, what do you have? What are you looking for? Lets talk!!! I sure would love to make this Classic yours. What can I do to make that happen? If this Classic is the vehicle of your dreams then the best time to buy it is BEFORE someone else does. NOW is the time. The customer who looked at it yesterday and said I will buy it tomorrow may buy it today while you are waiting to buy it tomorrow. Do not wait another minute. Give me a call right NOW so we can make this beauty yours. RIGHT NOW. You will be GLAD that you did!!! We specialize in Father and son restoration projects. We are located in the north western part of South Carolina 20 minutes south east of Greenville. Drop by any time and take a stroll through our Field of Dreams. You may just find that car of your dreams. I hope to see you soon. Give me a call on my toll free number at 1-866-942-7716 so we can talk person to person about this car. If you happen to be out of our toll free calling area call us on our regular number at 1-864-862-4423. We ship all over the world at your expense. We always have dozens and dozens of collector cars available for sale at all times. Visit Classic Cars of S.C. Inc. online at www.classiccarssouthcarolina.com to see more pictures of this vehicle or call us at 864-862-4423 today to schedule a look at this classic. We have shipped to just about every state in the US and 33 foreign countries and more than 90% of the states. If you like, you may text me at 1-864-313-2908. Visit Classic Cars of S.C. Inc. online at www.classiccarsofsc.com to see more pictures of this vehicle or call us at 864-862-4427 today to schedule your test drive.
The fun thing about tributes of extremely rare classics, is that theyre Fun! The originals get too valuable to risk breaking because they can pretty much be considered irreplaceable. If you wreck one or break one, it will never be the same again. This Tribute can be taken out on cruise night and it will turn heads like the original. Take it to the drag strip and it will turn fast times, like the original. Maybe even faster. Go ahead, play with it. Play hard if you like. This car is easily recognizable by more than just Ford history buffs and car collectors. It is seen on screen in games like Forza Motorsport and more. Hot wheels makes a miniature. This version is very real, it is life sized and is fully functional. It is presented in a beautiful Acapulco Blue, which really shows off the gold, red, and black racing stickers. Up front, the fiberglass hood is held down with pins and has that distinctive teardrop hood scoop emblazoned with a lightning bolt along with 429c.i. The top of the fender has Competition Proven on it and Zimmy-1, holman moody, Ford Thunderbird with racing flags, Tasca Ford, and Thunderbolt appear down the side. There is a white accent stripe trimmed in polished stainless running down the side just under a body crease that ends in some of the last tail-fins to appear on these cars. Front and back bumpers are painted silver to emulate some of the weight saving measures that helped this car earn the 1964 NHRA Super Stock championship for Ford. Inside you will find a blue interior that has been nicely redone and is great for cruising or playing. It is a comfortable, street-oriented interior. The door panel has a pleated center section with blue painted upper and blue vinyl lower separated by lots of shiny metal and chrome piping. The split bench seat is quite comfortable with dark blue seating surfaces and medium blue trimming out the edges. A deep dish, wooden steering wheel sits in front of a stock dash with the speedometer in the center and engine gauges off to each side. A Sun Supertach II sits on the dash where the driver can see it easily in the heat of battle, and mounted just below it, three white faced gauges keep accurate tabs on oil pressure, water temp and voltage. A Hurst drag racing shifter for the automatic transmission is mounted in the floor and a half roll cage allows access to the back seat for flexible people and real safety in the event something goes wrong on a run. Pull the pins, raise the hood and check out the healthy 429 sitting in there ready to be put to the test. The originals had FE block 427s, but the 429s are actually better breathing engines which are plentiful, cheap, and easy to build. Perfect for a tribute car. This one has a Holley carburetor feeding an Edelbrock intake. Aluminum heads topped by aluminum valve covers flow well getting the mixture in and out while MSD handles the ignition duties. Long tube headers get the spent gasses back to Flowmaster mufflers and an aluminum radiator keeps everything running cool. The suspension is thankfully modern making it easier to optimize chassis set up and helping the car handle better. A 4-link rear end gets the power on the ground and tubular control arms with coil overs handle things up front. 4-wheel disc brakes insure that you can haul this ride back down from speed and the rubber meets the road through 315/35R17s in the rear and 235/45R17s in the front all mounted on American Muscle alloys. A nice tribute to a historic Ford that will turn heads on the street, and, one that is ready to relive the glory days of 1964 at the strip too.
Those with a limited budget should consider purchasing a project vehicle as an option to entering into classic car ownership.
1967 Ford Fairlane Convertible. Triple Black. Resto Mod. 390 ci 450 HP correct big block FE engine professionally built, Edelbrock Performer RPM Heads, Blue Thunder 2X4 aluminum intake manifold and 2 Holley # 1850 600CFM carbureators, all backed by a 5-speed Tremec Transmission and a 9 Ford rear end. A complete 4 wheel Wilwood Disc Brake System. Independent coilover front suspension, with power rack and pinion steering. Too much to list, 2 catalogs full of history and photos. Just completed in 2011 total ground-up, nut and bolt multi-year restoration. Dealer invoice to Original owner, which owned the car til 2003. Original owners manual. Originally a rust free Arizona car with all original sheet metal. There is not a slicker, smoother 1967 Ford Fairlane Convertible in the country!
1957 Ford Fairlane Convertible. Fantastic 2-tone red and white finish with matching 2-tone interior. A Thunderbird special 312 V8, back by an automatic transmission. Options include am radio, dual chrome rear view mirrors, power convertible top,overdrive, cigarette lighter and clock. The chrome all looks especially good on this car. The frame off rotisserie restoration looks really great top to bottom. This would make an excellent show or go car!
1964 Fairlane Sport Coupe high performance 289 4spd. This car is an exact copy of a real K code fairlane I had back in 1964 the only thing this one is missing is the K in the vin. The car is a hypo 289 top loader 4spd with front disc brakes power steering AC and sterio and much more.
This is the cool classic hardtop with some desirable performance secrets. And as you dig into all the details on this restored 1957 Ford Fairlane 500, youll also discover all the best upgrades, including cold A/C. This car is quite striking from the first impression, and its no accident. This coupe has been under the same familys care since the 60s. It was restored in 2010, and has gone less than 2,900 miles since then. So it retains the crispness that came from carefully restoring a heirloom. But while that tells you about the quality, whats going to really seal the deal for you is the way this one is presented today. This was restored with an eye for a very cool performance story. It was painted in Highland Green and Wimbledon White. These are the kind of colors made famous by the Bullitt Mustang GT and the Shelby Mustang GT350s. Those wide exhaust tips and Shelby GT-H alloys complete this performance look. Even if you werent impressed with the subtle aggression, the workmanship of this coupe certainly will. The front end has a mirror-like chrome bumper thats complemented by the custom grille and upgraded HID headlights. The rear has even more great chrome, and 57 was the debut of true tailfins. Along the side, the stainless trim creates a separation line for the white and green. This full-length silver and gold streak needs truly straight sheetmetal for it to make this kind of stellar impression over the whole body. So this is a classy classic with a performance story to tell. Inside, the color theme continues as green and white are expertly interwoven with a tasteful gold streak for accenting. While this is part of a custom creation, its also quite mindful about keeping the vintage appearance just look at the detailed presentation of places like the tweed seats, correct trunk, and the classic steering wheel. So youll love rolling down all the windows to show off the interior of this hardtop coupe. As Fords full-sized offering, theres plenty of room to take family and friends along for the ride. And there are even nice upgrades like modern stereo/iPod inputs and cold-blowing air conditioning. But as you slip behind the wheel, youll also notice the upgraded Dolphin gauge package. It tells you theres something special under the hood even before you twist the key and hear it roar. Youll love tilting the hood forward and showing off this tidy and bright engine bay. This is a D-code coupe, which means it came with the optional Thunderbird Special 312 cubic-inch V8. Not only does it still have that displacement today, but this was one was built by the specialists at Godwin Singer Machine Shop. That means it has all the right performance components, including a desirable ECZ-B intake, Edelbrock four-barrel carburetor, custom grind Mummert Y-270-S performance camshaft, and Reds headers that add power while also contributing to the sweet-sounding glasspack dual exhaust. This Fairlane rides nicely, like a good full-size Ford should, and you even have the Ford-O-Matic three-speed automatic transmission to keep cruising easy. But with all this added V8 power, youll appreciate upgrades like the four-wheel disc brakes and the modern grip of Pirelli P-Zero Nero tires. The sale comes complete with paperwork like title documentation, restoration photos, maintenance records, and build receipts. Its the cool and unique classic with a story to tell. So if you like standing out in all the best ways, dont miss this coupe.Call now!
With its great hardtop profile, powerful V8, and GT-style appearance, this 1967 Ford Fairlane 500 has a lot to offer at a value price. This is arguably one of the most attractive designs of the 60s. The stacked headlights, wraparound chrome bumpers, a sporty kick-up in the rear fenders, and the long hardtop profile are all the kinds of things we love from an era when the right car could own the road. And this one really takes that feeling up a notch with the dual racing stripes and rocker stripes boldly contrasting against the light blue paint. Plus, upgrades like the full GT badging and classic Weld Racing wheels give this a great classic performance first impression. Inside, the all black interior nicely coordinates with the exterior accents. There are even new door panels that come with the sale. Theres plenty of room for family and friends, but the bucket seat with center console is there to remind you that you dont need anyone else to have fun in this Fairlane. Its a drivers machine with an upgraded wood-rimmed three-spoke steering wheel and nicely integrated SunPro auxiliary readout high on the dash where you can easily see them. Under the hood is a 351 cubic-inch V8. It looks nice with some bright components, including the Ford Performance valve covers and matching air topper. This trusty powerhouse has been further upgraded with a four-barrel carburetor, Edelbrock intake, MSD coil, and long tube headers. So you know it can deliver plenty of power to the streets. But when its time for just easy cruising, the three-speed automatic transmission makes driving nice, too. Classic distinction meets sporty upgrades, and its all offered for an obtainable price. Dont miss this Fairlane, call today!
Stk#096 1967 Ford Fairlane 500 The Body has been sandblasted to the bare metal, replaced floor pans and trunk pans. Rebuilt the firewall. Painted a beautiful White that is slick and straight this two door has re-chromed front & rear bumpers, grill looks good. Head light trim looks good, drip rail moldings new, newer dual outside mirrors, front & rear window moldings look new. Newer dual outside mirrors, front & rear window moldings look new. The rubber in the glass is new. Antenna, door handles are good. Body side molding is good. Trunk lid molding is good, emblems and tail lights are good. 4-wheel Wilwood Disc brakes, new American Racing rims with gray centers. Fuzion tires like new. All new front end, ball joints, stainless hood pins. Sits and looks good. Black interior on a bench seat is custom and new. Custom black head liner, black padded dash, black custom door panels, Automatic on column, dash face painted white with black glove box door. Original dash cluster with Realistic radio AM/FM/Cassette, new black carpet, GT steering wheel wrapped in black rubber, seat belts front and rear, original seal plates are good. Door handles and window cranks are good. Package tray is black and new. Looks good inside. Powered by a 289 engine hooked to an Automatic Transmission. Chrome valve covers, chrome air cleaner, power steering, new Hooker headers, new dual exhaust with Manaflo 50 mufflers, stainless tips, new battery, new carb and new timing chain. New battery, flex fan. Runs and handles good.
Stk#005 1957 Ford Fairlane Skyliner 500 Reduced from $48,500 Two family owned and restored Painted a beautiful Yellow and White, with the front and rear bumpers re-chromed, door handles are good, body side moldings look good, antenna good, grill has been re-chromed, head light trim re-chromed. All the emblems like new. Front bumper guards have been re-chromed. Window trim looks great. Single outside mirror like new. Original hub caps with newer tires, drum brake all four corners. A beautiful car. New Tan vinyl & gray material on a bench seat and beautiful. New chocolate color carpet, original sill plates, dash painted yellow and white, seat belts, black column and steering wheel. Automatic on column, aftermarket radio Kenwood AM/FM/CD player, under dash gauges. Original AM radio. Nice inside. Rebuilt 312 engine V8, rebuilt Automatic transmission, Holley carb new. Chrome air cleaner, aluminum polished finned Thunderbird Ford valve covers, original exhaust, chrome power steering pump and brackets, electric fan, chrome oil spout and cap, newer wiper motor, chrome alternator & brackets, chrome pulleys, new plug wires, slip over braided hose covers with chrome ends, dual horns, new belts, chrome transmission dip stick, chrome oil dip stick, slick fenderwells and firewall painted white, Under hood insulation. Power steering, dual Magna flow exhaust, 9 Ford rear end, Posi Traction. Runs and handles good. Gorgeous!
Stk#108 1964 Ford Fairlane 500 Sport Coupe 1 of 600 K Code Fairlane s made Has the original owner s manual with Dealership and Owner, Wichita Kansas-Turner Ford Inc. Also has paperwork of previous owners as well as paperwork of work done over the years. Painted the Original Color for the car, Prairie Tan with the front & rear bumpers re-chromed. Tail lights and Bezels and trim like new. The rear deck lid trim is good, Torque Thrust rims with BF Goodrich Comp T/A tires that are newer. 4-wheel disc brakes with polished calipers. Grill like new, head light trim is like new. Hood and Fender emblems like new, all window trim looks great, door handles like new, all glass is real nice, tires on car are good. Window felt and rubber like new, under hood rubber and trunk rubber and door rubber all like new. You dont see many like this. The black vinyl interior on bucket seats, door panels, back seats, back side panels, arm rest all look great. Black carpet with black carpeted floor mats like new. The head liner and sun visors are white like new, package tray like new. All window cranks and door handles look great. Kick panels console with Hurst shifter looks great. Dash painted gloss Black that is slick and straight. Dash cluster is silver with fuel, speedometer, temp gauges and oil and generator lights. Underdash gauge cluster for water, oil, volts, on white face to match original gauges. The Tach is mounted on the dash and all are Autogage. Radio delete, rear view mirror like new. A really nice car inside. Powered by a 302 engine in the car newly built, 4 speed transmission Top Loader, Quick fuel technology, Edelbrock aluminum intake, Billet water neck, MSD ignition, Pro Master coil, Billet pulleys, chrome oil dip stick, aluminum heads, Powermaster alternator, chrome oil pan, fenderwells and firewall painted High gloss black that is slick and clean. Newer hoses and belt, black anodized K&N air filter, aluminum Ford motorsports valve covers. True High Performance 271 HP engine built on stand goes with the car. Runs and handles great!
Great find, $20,000/OBO Florida Special! Original Thunderbird 312 V8, transmission, beehive carburetor, chrome wheels and hub caps including spare. Aftermarket power brakes, air conditioner, rack and pinion steering, and upgraded alternator. Original generator, and steering available. Odometer reads 68,000 miles, unknown if this is original miles. Runs well. Contact Charles at (352) 477-1827 or (352) 818-3375.
THIS IS A VERY NICE 1964 FORD FAIRLANE THUNDERBOLT DRAG CAR CLONE. IT IS SOLD ON A BILL OF SALE ONLY AND IS NOT INTENDED FOR STREET USE. IT WAS BUILT BY RANDY DELISIO OF LYONS NEW YORK. IT HAS A FULL CUSTOM RACING CHASSIS INCLUDING CUSTOM CONTROL ARM FRONT SUSPENSION, RACK AND PINION STEERING, FULL ROLL CAGE, TUBBED REAR WHEEL WELLS AND A NARROWED FORD 9 REAR END. IT IS POWERED BY A 505 CI ALUMINUM HEAD 385 SERIES 460 BLOCK THAT IS BORED OUT TO DRAG RACE SPECS. IT HAS A BUILT FORD C4 AUTOMATIC TRANSMISSION WITH A WINTERS TRANSMISSIONS GATED SHIFTER. IT ALSO HAS A HI-RISER HOOD, PLEXIGLASS WINDOWS, A REAR MOUNTED BATTERY, FUEL CELL, RACING TACHOMETER, RACING BUCKET SEAT AND IS FINISHED IN FACTORY MAROON WITH BLACK INTERIOR. THIS IS A NICE TRIBUTE TO THE FAMOUS THUNDERBOLTS THAT YOU CAN ENJOY 1/4 MILE AT A TIME!!!!
This 1957 Ford Fairlane 500 Sunliner is a fantastically coordinated total package inside and out that keeps all the right vintage pieces. And thats exactly what you want when shopping for a cool cruising V8 droptop classic. The appeal of this convertible is as clear as black and white literally. While this was born a desirable black car, it was changed to a two tone later in life. That means the style appeal of a tuxedo and an extra dose of sunshine-friendly gloss. Plus, like the best formalwear, this Sunliner has all the best accessories. The correct hood ornament, extra-wide grille, and wraparound chrome bumpers are like the cufflinks and Rolex watch with this tuxedo. And we especially love how the sweeping side trim with gold insert gives a decisive dividing line between the two colors. Even the wheels look great as the whitewalls, black steelies, and chrome & white covers contribute to this fully coordinated package. The black convertible top has the crisp look of a recent investment, so it looks great when in place. But with the flip of a switch, it powers down to reveal even more of the two-tone youll love. While the interior was born with a black and white presentation, you do see some more recent investments in places like the seats. Just like the exterior, the two colors are expertly blended, and supplemented by plenty of bright trim. And because all the best components have the look of originality, youre going to love showing this off to other enthusiasts. But more than just a car to look at, this is meant to share the open road with family and friends, too. Thats the appeal of owning a premium full-size droptop classic. Tilt the hood forward to show off the correct-style D-code 312 cubic-inch V8. It was known as the Thunderbird Special in 57, and so those valve covers have been earned. It looks correct and distinct with the bold red block, large air topper, and even the washer bag. This one fires up readily, like a well-maintained classic should. And the Holley four-barrel carburetor gives the V8 proper power as well as help give the dual exhaust a nice tone. Plus, the two-speed automatic transmission, power steering, and modern tires all come together for a great classic cruising package. This is a nicely cared for classic, and there are even fender skirts and a car cover that come with the sale. This Ford looks like formalwear, and so you need to take it for a night on the town. Call today!!!
Beautiful 1956 Ford Fairlane Victora Title reads Exempt for MileageV8/AutomaticEngine & Transmission Recently RebuiltPrevious Owner Spent over $8k for RebuildPhoto Album of RestorationRuns & Drives Looks Amazing! Financing available-up to 7 years, as low as 6.0%!Call Austin 863-226-8590
BID AND WIN this vehicle on www.WheelerAuctionGroup.com STUNNING RESTORATION...Laser straight body, gorgeous paintwork, new top, new interior, new tires, strong mechanicals and much more! Car Show ready, no excuses classic ride! 302 V8, automatic. Around 500 miles since restoration on this former Missouri car. Vehicle is located in Wisconsin, USA. Bidder/Buyer is responsible for pickup or shipping from this location to wherever they want it shipped to.
Gateway Classic Cars Philadelphia welcomes this 1957 Ford Fairlane 500 Club Victoria to its showroom located in West Deptford, NJ! Debuting in 1955, the Fairlane, named after Henry Ford s estate, represented the best in the premium automobile market. The Fairlane did very well and continued to do so through the 1957 model year that saw single headlights, a redesigned chassis, long sides and unforgettable tail fins. Just one look at this vehicle and it takes you back to a special age where the cars weren t just cars, but works of art. This piece of art is wrapped in shades of Doeskin Tan and Colonial White, accented with gold panels and beautiful chrome trim. White wall tires add a touch of class to this Fairlane 500 and large chrome bumpers on both the front and rear command respect from its road-sharing counterparts. Be sure to take note of the pillarless hardtop that opens the gorgeous interior to the outside. A maroon carpet pairs beautifully with the flawless headliner, dash and solid door panels. White seats with gray inserts warmly invite the operator and passengers while a space-age arching instrument panel echo a spirit of adventure that grasped the nation years ago. Located under the clam shell hood is the power source for this Fairlane, the original 312 CID V8 engine with Thunderbird Special valve covers! Add the original automatic transmission to the equation and you ll be sailing to your heart s destination in both style and comfort! Additional features include AM Radio, Power Brakes and Power Steering. To view this 1957 Ford Fairlane 500 Club Victoria in greater detail, including HD pictures and an HD video, visit www.GatewayClassicCars.com or our Philadelphia showroom located in West Deptford, NJ. For more information, please call 856-599-4100 or email Philadelphia@GatewayClassicCars.com
Gateway Classic Cars is pleased to offer this stunning 1957 Ford Fairlane for sale in our Indianapolis showroom. Power is by a 312 cubic inch V8 driving through an automatic transmission. With a new interior less than 500 miles ago to complement the dazzling candy red over silver/white pearl paint, this car just pops. Purchased by the current owner from a gentleman in Utah 6 years ago, this car has no rust at all. No bodywork was done before the paint, and the long, low lines of the car look exceptionally smooth, set off perfectly by the 17 inch Vision Legend Series 5 spoke chrome wheels. And speaking of chrome, it is in exceptional condition. The 1957 models were unmistakable with their long flanks and tailfins, and the new frame used for the 1957 Fords moved to perimeter rails out, so that they would fully envelope the passengers. The result was a low, wide stance that made this model very successful, overtaking arch rival Chevrolet for the first time since 1935 as the best selling car in America. To view this 1957 Ford Fairlane, please visit our site at www.gatewayclassiccars.com, call 317-688-1100 or email us at firstname.lastname@example.org. To see this 1957 Ford Fairlane in person, stop by our showroom located at 4400 West 96th Street, Carmel IN 46268. http://www.gatewayclassiccars.com/NDY/1158/1957-Ford-Fairlane
Gateway Classic Cars of Atlanta is proud to present this 1966 Ford Fairlane for sale. Have you always wanted a fast muscle car from the sixties that will leave your friends in a cloud of dust, well this 1966 Ford Fairlane will do just that? Powering this 66 Ford is a Big Block 445 cubic inch V-8 Motor. You can feel the power at your foot as you shift through the gears of the Top Loader manual transmission. With a Ford 9-inch rear end you can put the power to the pavement with ease. The exterior is very original looking with an Off-White paint that shows well and with just the right amount of chrome accents, this car will turn many heads on the road to the show. The interior is also in great shape and goes great with the Off-White exterior with Black vinyl bucket seats up front and a bench for friends or family in the rear. Options on this 1966 Ford Fairlane for sale are: AM/FM radio, vinyl interior and Aluminum/Alloy wheels wrapped in radial tires. This is the car you have dreamed of owning and taking down to your local speedway just to blow the doors off the other competition. Call for more in-depth details about the mechanics and specs on this 66 Ford Fairlane for sale. To view this car in greater detail, including 100+ HD Photos and HD Video, please visit www.gatewayclassiccars.com. For more information, please call the Atlanta showroom at 678-894-4833 or email us at Atlanta@GatewayClassicCars.com.
Gateway Classic Cars is pleased to offer this amazing survivor, 1958 Ford Fairlane Skyliner Retractable Hard Top Convertible. Rescued from a barn in the Indiana countryside, along with several other vehicles, this 1958 Skyliner is quite the find. One of fewer than 15,000 units produced for the 1958 model year. The top still functions, however, it is a bit temperamental and could use a little work. Mechanically, the car is sound, and runs and drives just fine. This rare little gem would be a great car to drive and enjoy or buckle down and restore. Either way, you ll be the proud owner of an incredibly unique vehicle that will draw a crowd each time you lower that massive top into the cavernous truck. Equipped with the 352 Thunderbird Interceptor 4 bbl V8 and Cruise-o-matic automatic transmission, as well as, 2-tone paint, tweed interior, spotlight driver s side rear view mirror, fender skirts, continental kit, and power steering. Assembled in Kansas City, Kansas January 29, 1958, the car has been in the current owner s care since 2012 and was driven regularly. Professionally detailed, and ready to drive, this is a piece of automotive history you won t want to miss. Be sure to visit our webpage at www.gatewayclassiccars.com to view 100+ HD pictures, as well as a short video of the car in action. Better yet, stop by our Indianapolis showroom and see her in person. We re located at 4400 West 96th Street, Indianapolis, In. 46268. Call us directly at 317-688-1100, and we ll be happy to share additional information, or schedule an appointment for you to experience this amazing car. http://www.gatewayclassiccars.com/NDY/1050/1958-Ford-Fairlane-Skyliner
Gateway Classic Cars of Kansas City is excited to offer this sharp 1961 Ford Fairlane 500 for sale. It is turn key and ready to go with only about 400 miles on the 406 V8 engine since being rebuilt. This car has the big body luxury feel with the get up and go of a Classic American Muscle car. For 1961, Ford smoothed the sides of the Fairlane 500. The designers also shortened and angled the fins, starting at the front door handles and flowing back to the rear end of the car. An additional cut-line was placed on the front fenders, ending at a smooth driver s side door. The front end was also less elaborate, making the car substantially smoother. Emphasizing the space-age look, the taillights went to the round jet-engine look along with the rest of the Ford line. Large, roomy, and pleasantly styled, the 1960 and 1961 Ford Fairlane 500 is surprisingly rare today, though the variety of configurations mean that there is likely a Fairlane 500 to fit virtually any need if it can be found. The overall paint and body of this 61 is in great condition and shines bright in the sun. The red paint makes this 61 Ford have an aggressive appearance. The custom black vinyl interior show minor wear and look great. All the chrome trim, door handles, and bumpers still shine with a mirror like finish. This car has the perfect mix of classic car feel with more updated hot rod style. The dash seems to be original except for the extra gauges and steering wheel. If you are looking for the perfect car to take to car shows, impress your car buddies, maybe your next pro street, or even your first muscle car than this is the car for you. For over 100HD photos and video of this Dodge Pickup in action, visit us at www.GatewayClassicCars.com or call to speak with one of our friendly and knowledgeable sales staff at (913) 815-1340. Email us at KansasCity@GatewayClassicCars.com.
For sale in our Dallas-Ft. Worth Showroom is a beautiful 1956 Ford Fairlane 4-door sedan. In 1955 the Ford Fairlane replaced the Crestline as Ford s premier full-sized automobile. Six different body styles were offered with this new model including the Crown Victoria Skyliner with a tinted transparent plastic roof, the standard Crown Victoria coupe with lots of stainless steel trim, a convertible Sunliner, the Victoria hardtop coupe, and traditional sedans. All the Fairlanes featured the trademark stainless steel Fairlane stripe on the side. Few changes were made for 1956, 1956 ushered in the four door Victoria hardtop, and although this isn t the hardtop, this one of the nicest four doors you will probably ever see. The lacquer paint still smells fresh inside and out on this beautiful restoration. You will most certainly get the looks at car shows when you show up in this 1956 Ford Fairlane 4 door. To view this vehicle in greater detail including 100+ HD pictures and videos, visit our website at: www.GatewayClassicCars.com. For additional information on this 1956 Ford Fairlane, email us at email@example.com or call our sales team to discuss 817-310-9400.