Gateway Classic Cars of Scottsdale is pleased to offer this 1955 Ford Fairlane Sedan for sale. This beautifully resto-modded 1955 Ford Fairlane Town Sedan is to die for and brings you back to a much better time in automotive history. Painted a classic '50's bright red and white two-tone, you are sure to be noticed in this sweet ride. When you open any of the doors, you are immediately taken back 60 years when cars had multi-colored interiors instead of the plain Jane cars of today. This Town Sedan has a black, white and red vinyl and cloth color combo that is extremely stunning when seen with the outside colors. On the exterior, a few emblems have been removed to clean it up a bit without being obvious. Up-graded safety and comfort features ensure that driving this classic '50's cruiser will be enjoyable and safe. The original 272 Y-block engine and the Fordomatic, automatic three speed transmission keep doing what they've been doing for over six decades - moving this beauty around in style. Like new glass, new chrome, new weather-stripping, a detailed engine compartment and chassis, and a detailed trunk with a full spare and jack assembly all add up to mean that the new owner has nothing to do on it other than drive it, maintain it, and enjoy it. This 1955 Ford Fairlane Sedan for sale includes: Seat belts, AC, Aluminum alloy wheels, FM/AM radio, CD player, cloth interior, power steering, radial tires and is numbers matching(Gateway Classic Cars does not verify and encourages all buyers to hire an inspector prior to purchasing) To see 100-plus pictures and a video of this 1955 Ford Fairlane Sedan for sale and for more information or to schedule an appointment to view this vehicle in person, please call the Scottsdale showroom at 623-900-4884 or email us directly at email@example.com
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