Gateway Classic Cars of Fort Lauderdale is proud to offer this very cool 1963 Ford Fairlane. This car was skillfully built by Peak Performance. This rebuild has just 17 miles on it! Powering this Fairlane is a freshly rebuilt 347cid V8 mated to a T5 five speed manual transmission. This was a 289cid V8 that was punched out to 347cid V8. One of the most impressive parts of this car is easily the induction system. This Ford has a Thunderbolt style air induction custom fabricated by Barry Sanders that has inlets by the headlights. Backing this powertrain is a Ford 8.8 inch limited slip rear end. It has a gear ratio of 3.55:1. Exhaust exits via two side outlets. The body on this Fairlane is almost all fiberglass. This includes the front end, hood, fenders, and doors. The original bumper on this Fairlane is reversed. The hot red paint on this body is in excellent condition. Inside you will find a clean black vinyl interior, dolphin gauges, and a pioneer head unit. Stopping is facilitated by four wheel disc brakes. This performance car has air conditioning, power steering, power windows, and power brakes. This Fairlane rides on some wide Dunlop SP Sport 9000 high performance tires. Driving this power packed Ford is an absolute blast. Get it while it's here, because it won't be for long. See more ta: http://www.gatewayclassiccars.com/FTL/632/1963-Ford-Fairlane
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