They say back stories in antiques and old cars are important. Here is mine. My father purchased this red '64 Fairlane on July 2, 1964 at the Carroll-Collins Ford Dealership in Dallas. After I left home for the Navy, during Vietnam, my sister needed a car but she traded my Fairlane for a Mustang. Flash forward 43 years and I discovered it listed online in Palmer, TX. It had been in a Colorado car collection for several decades. I have enjoyed driving it again but unfortunately, I am unable to keep it. Since I bought it back, I have replaced the fuel sending unit, the radiator, water pump and thermostat, belt and hoses, master cylinder, shocks, front ball joints, plugs and wires, distributor with a Pertronix chip in place of the points, and the C4 transmission has been rebuilt. More recently I installed a new battery, a new set of Nexen tires, and an Edelbrock RPM intake manifold with a Holley 600 cfm 4bbl. I am asking $15k but I will seriously entertain any reasonable offer.