Available now is this beautiful 1963 Ford Fairlane 500 2 Door dressed in a lavender and white exterior with a customer matching interior. This Fairlane is powered by the 260 V8 engine mated to an automatic transmission. The car runs and drives and well and would be a perfect candidate for a weekend car show cruiser or a great platform for an easy restoration. More information about the 1963 model year Fairlanes: The 1963 Ford Fairlane 500 2 door hardtop was a mid-sized car produced by the Ford Motor Company from 1962 to 1965. It was part of the third generation of Fairlane models and was designed to compete with other mid-sized cars of the time, such as the Chevrolet Impala and the Plymouth Belvedere. The Fairlane 500 was available with a range of engines, including a 260 cubic inch V8, a 289 cubic inch V8, and a 427 cubic inch V8. The 427 V8 was particularly noteworthy, as it was one of the most powerful engines available at the time, producing up to 425 horsepower. The 1963 model year saw a number of changes to the Fairlane 500, including a revised grille and taillights, as well as new interior trim options. The car was available in a variety of colors and finishes, including a two-tone paint scheme with a contrasting roof color. One of the most notable features of the 1963 Fairlane 500 was its advanced suspension system. The car featured a new A-arm front suspension design that provided better handling and stability than previous models. This suspension system was later adopted by other Ford models and became a standard feature on many cars. Overall, the 1963 Ford Fairlane 500 2 door hardtop was a well-regarded mid-sized car that offered a combination of style, performance, and advanced engineering features. Its powerful engines, sleek design, and advanced suspension system helped make it a popular choice among car enthusiasts of the time.
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Country Classic Cars started as a weekend hobby for a Midwest farmer. He soon found his passion for classic cars and trucks turn into a growing business. The owner worked as a mechanic for several years before becoming a farmer. Not only did he have the knowledge but also the desire to take classic cars, fix them, and sell them to others that dreamed of owning a classic but did not have the time or expertise to make it happen. Once this idea caught on, Country Classic Cars realized that this passion had a potential to become a way of life. The next step was obvious; when a piece of land along Interstate 55, just off the path of Historic Route 66 became available, Country Classic Cars made the move by acquiring the land which has plenty of room for not only a large display of classic cars and trucks, but also a garage/service area, inside showroom, and a historic gift shop