SOLD 1963 Ford Fairlane Wagon Rare
Dataplate Info: VIN 3F38F275887 Body 71D Trans 5 (4spd floor shift manual) Rear End. Believed to be 3.50
Color M Trim 42 Date 20F DSO 35
Offered at $ 2,495 - Price recently reduced for quick sale.
Located in Carnation, WA at Giordano''s Vintage Motors. We Buy, Sell, Consign and Trade Sports, Muscle, Collector Cars and Rods, Motorcycles, Parts and collectables. Come visit our indoor showroom or view our inventory online at www.giocars.com. As well as actively buying and trading vehicles, we welcome consigned vehicles, and offer low consignment sales commissions and no consignment fees, putting more money back in your pocket. We are experts at locating and appraising vehicles, and can help value your vehicle for insurance, estate settlement or in preparation for selling. We have hundreds of satisfied customers, and will work hard to earn your trust. You can visit our showroom at 4501 Tolt Avenue, Carnation, WA 98014. Or view our website at: www.giocars.com. You can email us or call Jim at 425-333-5600. We hope to hear from you! VIN posted at dealership.
The price for this vehicle as equipped does not include charges such as: License, Title, Registration Fees, State or Local Taxes, Finance Charges, Credit Investigation, Optional Credit Insurance, Physical Damage or Liability Insurance, Delivery Fees, or a negotiable $100 Documentary Service Fee. This website and Dealership makes no representations, expressed or implied, to any actual or prospective purchaser or owner of this vehicle as to the existence, ownership, accuracy, description or condition of this vehicle's listed equipment, accessories, price or any warranties. Any and all differences must be addressed prior to the sale of this vehicle.
General Overview - About this Model
Not much changed in the Fairlane line for 1963 other than Ford introduced two pillarless hardtop coupes for 1963, in Fairlane 500 and Sports Coupe trim.For 1963 and later Sports Coupe models, the center console, which had come from the Falcon parts bin for 1962, was changed to be similar to that of the Galaxie.Front end styling for the 1963 models mimicked the big Galaxie models, but the rear end retained the small tailfins and “pieplate” tail lamp styling cues. The Squire wagon (a fake woodie) was available for 1963 only, including one model with front bucket seats. The “Swing-Away” steering wheel became an option in 1964. Late in 1963, Ford introduced its hot 271-hp 289 V8 in Fairlane.
Price: $2,495 obo (priced reduced from $4995)