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This 1958 Ford Fairlane Club Victoria is a true classic hardtop with a premium pedigree. And you get this feeling inside and out on this well-done vintage V8 cruiser.
The Fords from 1958 hold a special place in enthusiast's hearts. The cars had a special styling debuting for this year that give them a road-owning wider stance. Here was even some sporty flair seen in places like the hood scoop (a 1958 exclusive.) But what really made these so special is that Ford brought many of the new Thunderbird styling elements here, including the chrome bumper/grille setup that is integral to the front end design. It's a premium level of style that this one really takes to heart. That's why the two-tone paint package was updated later in life to this striking Dusk Rose and Desert Beige. It has an intricate style where the beige cuts through the door line with a torpedo-like trim, and it then returns on the roof. And not only is there a golden insert in the sides, but also there's a hint of metallic in the rose color. So you know this one looks absolutely radiant in the sunshine. Those beautiful tailfins, turbine-style hub caps, and whitewall tires are all part of a total package built to be both vintage and impressive.
The interior continues the look of a striking classic. The appearance everywhere is quite stock, but the feeling is the unmistakable freshness of proper investments in all the fundamentals. For example, the seats have been reupholstered, but it is in the correct beige with textured cloth inserts. The knobs, dials, and brightwork give you that terrific classic car feeling. There are nice details, too, like the working dome light. The heater keeps you warm on those early mornings when you want to be first at the car show. And when you get there, nothing beats rolling down all the windows on this pillarless hardtop coupe so everyone can get a good look inside. It's a total vintage experience, right down to the factory steering wheel with Ford crest in the center.
This is an H-code car. That means something special to Ford fans, because you got the largest motor they had available. This 352 cubic-inch V8 was the desirable one to have and the Interceptor Special decals on the big air grabber make sure to properly announce you've got it under the hood. That also means there's a nice four-barrel carburetor underneath it. You'll be amazed at how many people at car shows will skip over the chrome kings just to have a peek at this tidy and correct powerhouse. And as you look underneath, you can see a terrific set of dual exhaust pipes and an overall cleanliness that tells you there has been a solid investment all-around this classic. So it gives you the confidence to hit the road in this coupe. And it even has easy driving features like three-speed automatic transmission and power steering.
Complete with maintenance records, this is the powerful H-code coupe that also has a terrific two-tone sparkle. So you know you don't want to let this memorable Ford end up in someone else's garage. Call today!!!
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