614 E. Auto Center Dr.
The 1957 Ford Fairlane 500s are always in demand because of their unique and intricate styling. So when you can get a desirable Sunliner convertible with V8 power for an affordable price, then you know this is a great deal on a true cruiser.
The '57 Fords have an exclusive front end that looks like the headlights were frenched right at the factory, and so this style makes it the perfect one to have some flair. Exceptional chrome bumpers, smoothie wheel covers, and bright dual exhaust tips give this the look of brightwork substance. Plus, the full-length silver and gold streak has an artful presentation as it not only shows off the well-integrated tailfin, but it's also a great dividing line for the two-tone red and white.
The power convertible top powers down, and that's the style you're always going to like the most, because the interior continues the car's red and white theme. It's a very vintage style where even the seats have a classic/cool tuck and roll insert. This is a full-size cruiser that's ready to share with family and friends, but the best details are reserved just for you. After all, the steering wheel has the right thin/grippy feel, the curve of the dash is dominated by factory gauges, and all your controls are just a small reach away.
We love the sporty appearance of the forward-hinged hood, and beneath that is a powerhouse that's as honest as the rest of this drop-top. This is Ford's 312 cubic-inch V8. It was an optional motor for the best cars in 1957, and this one is even believed to be original to the car. It's topped with a correct-style Holley four-barrel carburetor, and the V8 is even mated to a date-correct three-speed automatic transmission. Plus, features like power steering and wide modern tires make sure this full-size convertible keeps its easy cruising manner.
Complete with owner's manual, this is a nice price for a true two-tone classic drop-top. So don't miss this deal, call today!
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