Have a look at this gorgeous H-code 1959 Ford Fairlane 500 Skyliner with retractable hard top. These beautiful cars were produced from 1957 to 1959 and only 12,915 were manufactured in 1959. This Skyliner has gone through an extensive frame off nut and bolt restoration and is an International Ford Retractable Club national showcase winner. Under the hood features a 352 cubic inch V8 engine with a 4 barrel carburetor that produces 300 horsepower and is connected to a 3-speed Cruise-O-Matic automatic transmission. Other features under the bonnet are all new hoses and belts, latches, radiator, air conditioning, and power steering. The flawless interior has a lot of attention to detail and features Ford's 'Lifeguard Safety Package' which included a padded dash, shatter proof rear view mirror, as well as a concave steering wheel. It also features a Torch Red soft textured vinyl with Bolster and Raven striped Nub Fabric with Silver strand front and rear bench seats that sit on new black carpet. The matching Torch Red steering column and column shifter is accented by a white steering wheel and white sun visors. The door panels come in a tri-color style that consist of Torch Red with Silver around the black arm rests. Other interior features are power windows, a power top, power seats, a Town&Country radio, a polished air conditioning unit, and a polished tissue box underneath the passenger side of the dash. The exquisite and mirror finished exterior of the Skyliner is shown in Torch Red and Raven Black two tone paint. The exterior of this car has plenty of chrome trim through out, such as dual spotlight mirrors, Deluxe gold hood ornament, Deluxe front and rear bumper guards, and correct Deluxe tri-colored hub caps. Other exterior features are polished stainless steel fender skirts, custom exhaust tips, and a rear continental kit with black hard case tire cover. The trunk has its original cardboard inlays with matching trunk mat and comes with a car cover included. Do not miss out on this chance to own a collector grade and highly desirable piece of late 50's futuristic technology that can still be enjoyed and appreciated in today's classic car culture!