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Ford Fairlane

Price: $14,995 - $31,500  ⋅ Rating:4Photos:12Views:1344
Ford Fairlane

The model Ford Fairlane first appeared in the lineup of Ford in 1955, and in 1962, produced the new generation of the car. But Muscle Car renovated Fairlane became only in 1966, when it received a characteristic body for these type of cars and the front part, like the GTO 1965, a powerful V8 and options GT and GTA. The model was largely redesigned in order to accommodate a huge V8 engine under the hood. The Ford Fairlane GT version came with 390 hp V8, and the package GTA was completed with an automatic transmission SportShift Cruise-O-Matic.

Ford Fairlane packages of GT and GTA based on the line 500/XL and features a special nameplates, a special hood, stickers on the back, a rigid suspension, disc brakes, bucket seats and a sports steering wheel. The base V8 engine with 335 horsepower packaged with special collectors, enhanced camshaft, four-chamber carburetor - the car took an average of 1/4 mile in 15 seconds, which was good at its too cumbersome, but not brilliantly against the background of Muscle Cars.