Gateway Classic Cars is proud to present this 1970 Ford Fairlane
500 for sale. This Rare 7th Gen Fairlane 500 is a two-door hardtop.
1970 was the final year and this one is a head turner! This
Fairlane has undergone a restoration and is ready for the show.
Painted in Big Bad Green with Painted Black stripes with all
recently re-chromed accents and new weatherstripping and Vinyl top.
During the restoration it was upgraded to a 351 Cleveland with a
mild cam, lifters, balanced crank and rods. Optioned with Hooker
heads, a 750 CFM Proform Carb, Ford Racing valves, Summit Racing
Radiator and a new heater core and hoses, Mallory Distributer with
MSD coil and wires and a new Fuel sending unit. The Transmission is
a rebuilt C6 Automatic with shift kit and B&M floor Shifter and
all mated to what is told to be the original rear differential. The
current owner did the restoration and has only put about 8k miles
on her! To stop this gem they installed a power brakes conversion
kit to have front and rear power brakes. During the restoration the
owner also replaced the power steering pump, p/s control valve, the
front-end steering and suspension parts, put on some new shocks and
springs and optioned them with a set of BF Goodrich Radial tires
mounted on Centerline Ultra Wheels. The interior was not left out
with all new Carpets, upgraded Radio with CD and Cassette player
and Black Vinyl seats.
1970 Ford Fairlane
Exterior Color:Big Bad Green
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