Per Title The Mileage Is Not Actual
The Replacement 460 CID V8 was Installed Under Previous Ownership
and is Said to Feature the Following: .030" Overbore, Ported
Cylinder Heads, Proform 850-cfm Carburetor, Edelbrock Intake with
Thunderbolt-Style Headlight Ducting, Moroso Aluminum Radiator,
Deep-Sump Oil Pan, Davis Unified Ignition Performance Distributor,
Racing Starter, Long-Tube Exhaust Headers, 3" Exhaust System with
This 1965 Ford Fairlane is a Kansas City-Built Station Wagon that
was Delivered New to Los Angeles, California and Reportedly Spent
15 Years with its Previous Owner in Tennessee.
Has Been Refinished in White With Hand-Painted Thunderbolt Graphics
Over an Interior with Four Cloth Sport Seats, and Power is a From a
Replacement 460ci V8.
Additional Equipment Includes a Three-Speed Automatic Transmission,
a Fiberglass Teardrop Hood, Long-Tube Exhaust Headers and More
The Car Was Finished in White (M) and is Said to Have Been
Repainted in the 1990s as Well as Receiving Hand Painted Lettering
and Pinstripes Inspired by the Thunderbolt Drag Racers of the
The Cabin Features Front and Rear Sport Seats in Gray Cloth that
were Reportedly Sourced from a Lincoln and are Accompanied by a
Matching Center Console Housing Power Adjustment Switches.
Further Additions Include a B&M QuickSilver Shifter, a Dash
Mounted Tachometer, a Trio of Accessory Gauges, and a JVC Cassette
Four Spoke Grant Steering Wheel Frames Factory Instrumentation
Including a Horizontal Speedometer and a Five Digit Odometer that
Shows Approximately 97K Miles. Total Mileage Is Unknown.
A Vented Fiberglass Teardrop Hood has Replaced the Stock Version.
Staggered Width 15" Chrome Steel Wheels wear BF Goodrich Tires Up
Front and Mickey Thompson Rubber at the Rear
Power is Sent to the Rear Wheels Through a C6 Three Speed Automatic
Transmission and a Ford 9" Rear End with 4.10:1 Gears. Chassis
Updates Include Subframe Connectors, Ladder Track Bars, and a
Previous Owner Said Dyno'd at 513hp 4600 rpm and 540 ft lbs Torque.
Modified Shock Towers to Fit This Motor Where a 289 Originally Sat.
New Engine and Transmission Mounts, Upgraded Bucket Seats with
Power for 89 Pontiac Grand Prix With Matching Rear Buckets.