OLD SCHOOL NASCAR FUN! HEAR MY V-8 ROAR!
A TRUE CLASSIC FORD MOTOR COMPANY VEHICLE - TIMELESS WITH A PERFORMANCE LOOK. THIS 1965 FORD FAIRLANE IS EQUIPPED WITH A SMALL BLOCK 302 CI WITH AUTOMATIC TRANSMISSION SHIFTED WITH A B&M FLOOR SHIFTER.
THE EXCITING PAINT JOB, DONE IN GORGEOUS WIMBLETON WHITE, SCREAMS ATTENTION AND HAS THE LOOK OF A PACE CAR - OR SOMETHING FROM A HOLLYWOOD MOVIE - WITH THE PAINTED NUMBERS AND RACING FLAG FLYING DOWN THE SIDES. THIS CRUISER LOOKS LIKE IT'S GOING RACING WHEN IT'S STANDING STILL. THE FORD "9" REAR-END PUTS THE POWER TO THE GROUND.
THIS AFFORDABLY-PRICED CLASSIC CAR HAS A STRAIGHT BODY THAT DOES NOT APPEAR TO HAVE EVER BEEN RUSTY, AND ALL THE BODY PANELS LINE UP NICELY. THE BLACK INTERIOR IS IN NICE CONDITION AS WELL THE ENGINE COMPARTMENT - EXTREMELY CLEAN. A GREAT DRIVER FOR FAMILY FUN OR TO A LOCAL CAR SHOW. THIS CAR SPELLS FUN FOR ANYONE WHO TAKES A RIDE.
-302 CI V8 ENGINE
-AUTOMATIC TRANSMISSION WITH B&M FLOOR SHIFTER
-9 INCH FORD REAR-END
-REFINISHED IN WIMBLETON WHITE
The Pick of the Day is a handsomely styled hardtop coupe powered by a V8
The Pick of the Day is a high-performance runner with a stock appearance
1962-65 spring isolators added to product lineup
The Pick of the Day is a classic Ford Fairlane Skyliner convertible equipped with some of the popular custom items of its time
My car was manufactured in the San Jose, California, assembly plant and the original owner purchased it from a dealer in San Jose.
One: I learned to drive on a red-and-white four-door 1957 Ford sedan with a V8 engine and three on the tree. Two: At some point in my childhood, I remember my grandfather owning a black-and-yellow ’57 Ford hardtop.
One of the greatest tricks of marketing automobiles, or anything else for that matter, is creating demand for something that people didn’t know they wanted.
The Pick of the Day hails from the days when Volkswagen-based fiberglass specials were popular projects for handy owners
Wide assortment of 60 cars, truck and motorcycles, along with huge array of ‘Road Art’ collector’s items, to be sold at no reserve