Price $30,000.00 OBO
Here is as nice of a 1956 Ford Fairlane Town Sedan that you will find anywhere. Yes it's a 4 door car but it is super nice. It has the original 312 Thunderbird engine that came in these cars. Added was an Aluminum Radiator, new 2 1/4" dual-exhaust with Hush Thrush mufflers for a subdued old school sound. The custom two tone paint is Root beer candy over Gold base, and a custom mixed French vanilla with Bronze pearl and gold metal flake, paint has a mirror like finish. It is slick and the body is straight and rust free. The bumpers and grill have been re-chromed all the chrome trim is in great shape. The interior is beautiful with a Root beer and Cream. The seats, carpet and headliner are New. New Retro-sound stereo, 6x9 tri-axial speaker in rear, and Kenwood dual voice coil in the front for great sound. The speedometer works as does the gas gauge. It has aftermarket gauges for the Oil Pressure, Temp and Volt and they all work. The wipers work as well. All the lights work, along with added reverse lights, Blue dots in the tail lights including the interior light. All the glass is New. The undercarriage is clean and solid. This car is turnkey ready to Show & Go. My number is available upon request. You won't find one any nicer than this car. Pictures don't do this one justice. Looks better in person. This car's transformation was professionally done by Old School Kustoms in Cleveland Ohio.
This car is also For Sale locally and on other sites so auction could end early. It is being sold as is with no warranty expressed or implied in anyway. You are welcomed and encouraged to come inspect this car, before you buy.
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