Gateway Classic Cars Milwaukee is excited to present this 1957 Ford
Fairlane. The Fairlane was manufactured from 1955-1970 to fill the
mid-sized car segment in the Ford lineup. Produced through seven
different generations in many body styles including two-door, four
door, station wagons and convertibles. This Second generation
Fairlane model was manufactured from 1957-1959. Given a new modern
style with a sleeker look and low tailfins. A look that resonated
with customers to the extent that Ford outsold Chevrolet in 1957
for the first time since 1935. This 1957 Ford Fairlane is painted
in eye popping burgundy and white pearl. There is an abundance of
shiny chrome from the bumpers, trim and a masculine five spoke
chrome wheels to make the exterior of this Fairlane really pop. The
interior is tastefully done in a two-tone white and burgundy color
scheme matching the exterior. Inserts in the seats are elegantly
done in a faux salmon colored ostrich material. Under the hood is a
Ford 351 V-8 Windsor attached to a three-speed automatic
transmission. Comfort features include power steering, power
brakes, modern instrument panel, AM/Fm radio w/ Bluetooth, dual
outside mirrors and seatbelts. Awestruck is how one could describe
this 1957 Ford Fairlane. A true one-of-a kind beauty looking for a
new loving home.
1957 Ford Fairlane
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