Gateway Classic Cars of St. Louis is proud to present this 1969
Ford Fairlane 500! Painted in a stunning Aqua with chrome Chip
Foose wheels, this is what the 60s were made of! A full-size
flagship from Ford these cars are certainly worth a fresh look.
This model is the fastback style and styling cues can be noticed
from other famous FoMoCo models. With a healthy 351C under the hood
and a four-barrel Edelbrock intake and carburetor you have a very
capable drivetrain! The seller purchased the vehicle from a dealer
and believes the mileage is around 2,500 since restoration. Looking
at how stunning the Aqua paint is this writer would tend to believe
that claim! The black interior also shows very little wear with no
obvious or major flaws. The steering wheel has been replaced with
an aftermarket wheel, and the seats are from a 2007 Mustang. The
seating position is friendly for taller folks as well! The rear
differential sports a 3.54:1 PosiLock rear end while the brakes are
disc up front and drum in the rear. To help with good sounds are
Hooker headers back to Flowmaster mufflers. This is a piece of 69
muscle that can be effortlessly shown and you won't be just another
Mustang or Corvette. This fastback commands the road and you
attention. Additional options under the hood include power
steering, power brakes, and Mallory ignition system. The radiator
was also upgraded and seems up to the job! Video:
1969 Ford Fairlane
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