Gateway Classic Cars of Dallas Gateway Classic is proud to present
this 1968 Ford Fairlane! Painted in a Deep Orange with Black Ridler
5 Spoke 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 302C under the hood
and a four-barrel Edelbrock intake and carburetor, you have a very
capable drivetrain! Air Cleaner will be included with the sale. The
black interior also shows very little wear with no obvious or major
flaws. The steering wheel has been replaced with a wooden wheel.
The seating position is friendly for taller folks as well! Grand
Touring is written on the interior of the doors. The front brakes
are disc up front and drum in the rear. To help with good sounds
are headers back to nice mufflers. This is a piece of 68 muscle
that can be effortlessly shown and you won't be just another
Mustang or Corvette. This fastback commands the road and your
attention. Additional options under the hood include power
steering, power brakes, and an Upgraded ignition system. The
radiator was also upgraded and seems up to the job! For more
information on this 1968 Ford Fairlane, call: 817-310-9400 or email
us at: [email protected] To view HD photos and video,
1968 Ford Fairlane
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