This Ford Fairlane 500 Sport Coupe is a beauty to behold!
1965 Ford Fairlane 500 Sport Coupe, 289 cu. in. C code with a Weiand aluminum intake and Holley carburetor, C4 automatic transmission with a console mounted shifter, 3.00 rear gear ratio in an 8 inch rear end, traction bars, interior is extremely clean with factory bucket seats, Grant steering wheel, Sun Pro tachometer, Sun oil pressure, voltage and water temperature gauges, all glass is good, all windows operate as they should, all interior lights work, the dashboard and steering column are very clean, trunk is detailed nicely, 15" American Racing wheels, recent front end work with alignment, recent tune-up, engine runs with 50+ pounds oil pressure, 180 degrees water temperature, alternator charges 14 volts, exterior is straight and very clean, the paint gets lots of compliments, chrome is excellent. Any questions about the car, don't hesitate to ask.
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