800 Derita Road, Ste. A
With a terrific classic look and a nice V8 upgrade, the only way this all-blue 1962 Ford Fairlane Club Sedan will give you the blues is if you miss out on this deal.
The Fairlane had some terrific style, and the brightwork has plenty to do with it. This Club Sedan has beautiful wraparound chrome bumpers, and the body panels remain straight, so the full-length trim appears like an almost unbroken piece. As this trim continues onto the rear, it helps develop into a stylish tailfin. And the afterburner-style taillights are pure jet-age cool. The half-mirror headlight and bright dual exhaust tips are some nice hints at some custom style. But what we like best are the wheels. The classic Ford wheel covers have plenty of style, and the darker blue color of the wheels looks great against the smooth light blue paint to give the exterior a hint of two-tone. And that kind of style is no accident...
The two-tone blue outside gets you ready for a two-tone blue interior. We especially like the upholstery with the tuck & roll inserts and the stylish insignia trim. You can just imagine something like this in the showroom in 1962 where it looked like Ford was delivering you a custom car. Good door panels, carpeting, and a smooth dash give this a good feeling of quality. And front bucket seats, a center console in-between, and a full round gauge package make this feel like a proper driver's classic.
Ford's 289 cubic-inch V8 was still a few years away when this Fairlane first hit the streets, but today it fits in the engine bay so nicely. We love them because they are a hardy motor that loves upgrades. This one now has an Edelbrock four-barrel carburetor, an Edelbrock intake, Ford Motorsports cast valve covers, and a glasspack-style dual exhaust. A strong powerhouse like this makes for a good cruiser. In fact, this one wants you to feel the road like a proper old-school classic. But you also have features like a three-speed automatic transmission and wide radial tires to keep it a solid driver.
Complete with a car cover, here's a nice classic with a cool blue style inside and out. So if you like presentation and power, don't let this Fairlane slip away. Call now!
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