4610 Pet Lane
This restored 1955 Ford Fairlane Club Sedan really showcases what we love about the 1950s. With proper V8 power, an exceptionally authentic presentation, and a terrific two-tone inside and out, this is true post-war optimism on wheels.
This car stands out for all the right reasons. There was an investment here...it didn't turn this into a hot rod...it didn't ture this into a restomod...it just turned back the clock. Aquatone Blue and Snowshoe White are era-correct Ford colors, but the application is far fresher. There is a beautiful gloss and shine from the two-tone that lets you know there was a fresher investment to let this two-door radiate quality. And that important full-length sweeping trim that divides the two colors is just as stunning. In fact, you can see there was attention paid to all the brightwork - from the wraparound chrome bumpers, to the wheel covers with Ford family crest in the center. This even has all the best details, like the whitewall tires, side window overhangs, and rear fender skirts. It all makes this Fairlane look like it turned back the clock while also shining as bright as your nostalgia.
The interior was done in a multi-tone blue that harmonizes with the exterior while providing its own sense of style. This all has a nice freshness, and just like the outside, they really paid attention to keeping this feeling classic. It's in the loop of the carpet, the style of the triple-tone door panels, and the feel of the seat's cloth inserts with button-top trim. This is a true time capsule interior, and so you get everything from the Thunderbird-style Plexiglas speedometer, to the AM radio that's still cranking out tunes. In fact, the only upgrades you may notice are the readouts under the dash for the engine temp, voltage, and oil pressure. And everyone who drives their classics will appreciate those.
Under the hood is Ford's trusty and powerful 272 cubic-inch Ford V8 motor, and it's presented quite nicely for this U-code Fairlane. So you'll enjoy all the correct components like the tall oil bath air cleaner, Ford script on the valve covers, and bold red block. And because this is set up to be a true cruiser, you have a two-speed automatic transmission, and the classic whitewalls hide a more modern tread. And the solid ride of this Ford reminds you of the overall quality of the car.
Don't let something this beautiful slip through your fingers. Call today!!!
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