Streetside Classics - Nashville
6000 Reliance Dr
This is the cool classic hardtop with some desirable V8 performance secrets. And as you dig into all the details on this restored 1956 Ford Fairlane, you'll also discover all the best upgrades, including four-wheel disc brakes and cold A/C.
While there are plenty of great more modern upgrades to mention in this coupe, the first thing you're likely to appreciate is its classic style. The black and white two-tone is timeless, and the smooth finish of the paint really reaffirms your best nostalgia. Fords were instantly recognizable with their sweeping side trim that divided the two-tone combinations, and it extended from the headlight all the way back to the tail. It serves to lengthen the car and adds artful angles to the sheetmetal. It's such a high-class total package that you'll feel like you're driving a tuxedo. They even got the classic details right, from the Ford family crest up front, to the dual exhaust integrated into the rear bumper. But keen eyes will also spot a few performance-minded details, too. Pieces like the blacked-out taillights and 15-inch American Racing Torq Thrust wheels hint at the upgrades within.
Inside, the color theme continues as the white and black are expertly interwoven on the seats and door panels. And the black carpeting, black dash, and white headliner complete a very uniform total package. So you'll love rolling down all the windows to show off the interior of this hardtop coupe. As Ford's full-sized offering, there's plenty of room to take family and friends along for the ride. The digital stereo can play the period tunes great while cruising down the road. And there are even nice upgrades like cold-blowing air conditioning.
While this car is a legend of the '50s, the 302 cubic-inch motor under the hood earned its reputation in the power-ready '60s. And this V8 upgrade is further enhanced by a Holley four-barrel carburetor and Edelbrock intake. Plus, there are the right supporting components like an HEI ignition, MSD distributor, and an aluminum radiator. It makes for a strong-running total package. The three-speed automatic transmission is great to deliver an easy driving feeling. Plus, you have upgrades coilovers up front, rack & pinion power steering, and the control of a four-wheel power disc brake upgrade.
This is the best of both worlds. All the great classic lines are retained in this coupe, but now it also has more power and features for an all-around great driver. Call today!!!
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