This 1964 Ford Fairlane 500 lives up to its Sport Coupe part of its name with all the features you really want. That means V8 power, four-on-the-floor, a bucket seat interior, and a cool pillarless hardtop profile.
The factory-correct Wimbledon White is a cool color to have, because after all, some of the best fast Fords of the 1960s came this way (like the Shelby Mustangs.) And this is a quality respray that has plenty of shine to attract the right kind of attention. In fact, in total, this coupe has a great look with the pillarless hardtop profile, wraparound chrome bumpers, full-length trim, jet-inspired taillights, and a tight-fitting bodywork to showcase the quality. The addition of Cragar SS wheels is the right upgrade for this car. It adds period-correct speedy style that also is in harmony with all the factory brightwork. It\'s all part of a total package that has the look of thoughtful classic.
The black interior is a timeless contrast against the bright white exterior. Not only was this car was born with this attractive color combo, but also you can tell there was a solid investment in keeping it looking great. It has a well-done vintage style, right down to the artful steering wheel. And you\'ll really love the details - everything from the AM radio that\'s there for display to the intricate pattern of the door panels. But what\'s really the best about the interior is how it\'s a true sports machine. You have an excellent setup with a taut bucket seat interior that even has the right trim on the seatbacks. And there are even all the best upgrades, like a Hurst shifter, SunPro auxiliary gauge trio, and a very handy column-mounted tach.
Under the hood is one of Ford\'s best powerhouses ever: the 302 cubic-inch V8. It has all the right upgrades, like a Holley four-barrel carburetor, an Edelbrock intake, Edelbrock polished valve covers, and a nice dual exhaust with glasspack-style mufflers. It\'s a strong motor, and the smooth-shifting four-speed manual transmission gives you confident control over it all. There are even updated suspension components and wide Uniroyal Tiger Paw tires to give you a solid feeling for the road.
This is the sharp-looking hardtop coupe with the right classic sports feel. It\'s an irresistible vintage hardtop, especially at this price. Call today!!!
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