1967 Ford Fairlane 302 bored 40 over, 270H Comp Cam, Edelbrock Aluminum intake, Holley 650 carb, aluminum heads, too many other extras to list. C4 Transmission (3 speed in the floor with B&M shifter). Both motor and transmission have been completely rebuilt with less than 500 miles on them since the rebuild. Rebuilt rear end with 355 Richmond gears and Auburn locker. Cragar SS wheels. 427 Ram Air hood. Roush Mustang Blue with black ford racing stripe, and black interior. Awesome street car and a real head turner. I also have the original numbers matching 289 motor for the car, (the transmission is also the original), and I also have an extra set of 302 heads; all of which will go with the car when sold!
i will also consider trading for a skeeter bass boat.
The Pick of the Day is a handsomely styled hardtop coupe powered by a V8
The Pick of the Day is a high-performance runner with a stock appearance
1962-65 spring isolators added to product lineup
The Pick of the Day is a classic Ford Fairlane Skyliner convertible equipped with some of the popular custom items of its time
My car was manufactured in the San Jose, California, assembly plant and the original owner purchased it from a dealer in San Jose.
One: I learned to drive on a red-and-white four-door 1957 Ford sedan with a V8 engine and three on the tree. Two: At some point in my childhood, I remember my grandfather owning a black-and-yellow ’57 Ford hardtop.
One of the greatest tricks of marketing automobiles, or anything else for that matter, is creating demand for something that people didn’t know they wanted.
Revealed during Porsche’s recent Rennsport Reunion, Lanzante has created a test mule for its crazy build
The storm peeled off the entire side of the garage, exposing the cars to wind and rain