Gateway Classic Cars welcomes this 1957 Ford Fairlane 500 Club Victoria to its showroom located in West Deptford, NJ! Debuting in 1955, the Fairlane, named after Henry Ford's estate, represented the best in the premium automobile market. The Fairlane did very well and continued to do so through the 1957 model year that saw single headlights, a redesigned chassis, long sides and unforgettable tail fins. Just one look at this vehicle and it takes you back to a special age where the cars weren't just cars, but works of art. This piece of art is wrapped in shades of Doeskin Tan and Colonial White, accented with gold panels and beautiful chrome trim. White wall tires add a touch of class to this Fairlane 500 and large chrome bumpers on both the front and rear command respect from its road-sharing counterparts. Be sure to take note of the pillarless hardtop that opens the gorgeous interior to the outside. A maroon carpet pairs beautifully with the flawless headliner, dash and solid door panels. White seats with gray inserts warmly invite the operator and passengers while a space-age arching instrument panel echo a spirit of adventure that grasped the nation years ago. Located under the clam shell hood is the power source for this Fairlane, the original 312 CID V8 engine with Thunderbird Special valve covers! Add the original automatic transmission to the equation and you'll be sailing to your heart's destination in both style and comfort! Additional features include AM Radio, Power Brakes and Power Steering. To view this 1957 Ford Fairlane 500 Club Victoria in greater detail, including HD pictures and an HD video, visit www.GatewayClassicCars.com or our Philadelphia showroom located in West Deptford, NJ. For more information, please call 856-599-4100 or email Philadelphia@GatewayClassicCars.com
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.
Pick of the Day is a ‘future classic’ that could be transformed into a drifting machine
The story below was submitted as part of the Collecting Cars, Collecting Memories contest
Buyers can take home more than just cars at Icons & Legends of Hollywood sale
2017 Ford GT, two Corvette collections help spark 24 percent sales boost