1967 Ford Fairlane Convertible V8!
Nice looking-head turning 67 Fairlane Convertible! These are getting hard to find making this car a fairly solid investment-there are not many available for sale.
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Equipped with a V8 289 that runs strong. The automatic transmission shifts through all gears smoothly and the car takes the road very well. Dual exhaust sounds good and the brakes stop the car well with a good pedal.
Solid southern car! The exterior is in nice shape.Royal Maroon paint has a good finish and shine. All doors gap well and close tightly. Solid undercarriage and trunk.
Black convertible top in good shape and powers up and down well.
Riding on brand new Staggered Torque Thrust wheels mounted on brand new tires. This car looks sharp and turns heads!
Nice tidy interior. All seats,carpet, dash, door panels etc are in good shape and clean.
The classic car market has been outperforming the stock market for years!
Start enjoying your investment today and be the envy at all the local car shows since very few there will have one of these !
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My car was manufactured in the San Jose, California, assembly plant and the original owner purchased it from a dealer in San Jose.
One: I learned to drive on a red-and-white four-door 1957 Ford sedan with a V8 engine and three on the tree. Two: At some point in my childhood, I remember my grandfather owning a black-and-yellow ’57 Ford hardtop.
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