1964 Ford Fairlane 500 Club Sedan For consignment, a Fairlane Club Sedan now looking an awful lot like the Ford Fairlane Thunderbolt, and with only a mere 100 of these produced, a very hard to find original version. Our version has been painstakingly restored, fitted with a hot shot mill with lots of goodies bolted on, and plenty of cosmetic work then bathed in correct Vintage Burgundy paint. Lets act like its Washingtons birthday and put the hammer down on this cherry machine, and delve deeply into this beautiful build of a 1964 Ford Fairlane 500 sedan. Exterior Many square feet of beautifully massaged steel and fiberglass panels, which are straight as arrows and have well minded gaps, adorn the exterior. These have been finished in Vintage Burgundy paint, base coat and clear coat and are anything but the pits when it comes to fit and finish. Gleaming chrome and stainless-steel trimmings in the form of trim spears, egg crate grille, dual headlights, silver finished fiberglass bumpers and fab window trimmings, and even a C-pillar accenting panel give us the 64 shape of the Fairlane. There is a Crites fiberglass teardrop hood looking lots like the Thunderbolt of 64 yore and to add to the allure are period correct decals gracing the sides including the 427 eagles on the doors and Thunderbolt on the rear quarter panels. A slightly widening trim spear runs down the mid belt-line of the squared off sides and culminates on the rear quarters with a snappy vertical faux vent scoop. On back, more jet age styling with the thruster-esque tail lights, a nice aluminum trim panel with some badging, another pristine fiberglass bumper and a Tasca badge on the trunk lid. This machine presents with a beautiful stance, which is highlighted by 15-inch American Racing 5 spoke Torque Thrust wheels on all 4 corners wrapped in like new staggered width blackwall radials. Interior Opening the doors reveals some smooth Palomino vinyl mixing with lots of trim, some faux stitched panels, pulls and cranks, and some polished aluminum highlighting. Dual front low back buckets which present with tuck and roll inserts and smooth bolsters show in more Palomino vinyl. A rear bench shows as an original seat, and is the same pattern as the redone buckets. Upfront, an original gauge cluster with a deep set trio of round gauges nicely aged to a mellow cream sits within a curved aluminum center panel and a Palomino steel painted upper and lower with a Ford tachometer mounted atop. A 3 spoke wood rimmed steering wheel, well preserved, fronts this dash and sits atop an adjustable steering column. Dash central is holding the radio and heater delete panels and just below are a trio of black face supporting gauges. Below is a B&M long armed shifter floating within a deep sea of lightly soiled black rubber flooring. Above is an off white and very tight vinyl headliner. Drivetrain A flip of the hood and within a completely restored engine bay is a fully tricked out mill which is a consignor stated 427ci center oiler V8 that retains its stock bore but does have 2 sleeved cylinders. This monster has been fitted with Eagle rods, KB hypereutectic pistons and a 427 camshaft. Capping things off are a pair of Edelbrock aluminum medium riser cylinder heads along with a pair of Holley 4-barrel carburetors to feed this mill copious amounts of air and fuel. Assisting in that is the Thunderbolt style ram air induction that accepts fresh air via ducts run to the inner headlights. On back is a C3 3-speed automatic transmission which throws power to the 33 spline axle equipped Ford 9-inch 3.25 geared rear axle with a Wave-Trac posi unit. Undercarriage Plenty of attention to this structure of the undercarriage was paid, and is now paying off with headers and Flowmaster mufflers with the tips ending just in front of the rear axle. A Mustang II style front suspension is on and in the back we see leaf springs with heavy duty traction bars that tie to the added driveshaft loop/rear chassis brace. Disc brakes all reworked are on all 4 corners. Drive-Ability The fruits of this restorers labors all come together for an amazing thrill ride with great acceleration, bias free braking, and good handling. All in working perfectly condition save for the speedometer and wipers not functioning. A very special build with lots of attention to detail and looking much like the Thunderbolt, and with a very powerful twist for the power plant. Beautiful paint, and any excellent tribute example from Henrys estate named Fairlane right out of 1964! 4F41F226860 4-1964 F-Dearborn, MI Assy Plant 41-Fairlane 500 2 Door Club Sedan F-260ci V8 226860-Sequential Unit Number WARRANTY PLATE BODY 62B-Fairlane 500 2 Door Club Sedan COLOR A-Raven Black TRIM 65-Red Vinyl DATE 28A-January 28th DSO 22-Charlotte AXLE 1-3.00 Conventional TRANS 1-3 Speed Manual Classic Auto Mall is a 336,000-square foot classic and special interest automobile showroom, featuring over 850 vehicles for sale with showroom space for up to 1,000 vehicles. Also, a 400 vehicle barn find collection is on display. This vehicle is located in our showroom in Morgantown, Pennsylvania, conveniently located just 1-hour west of Philadelphia on the I-76 Pennsylvania Turnpike. The website is www.classicautomall.com and our phone number is (888) 227-0914. Please contact us anytime for more information or to come see the vehicle in person.