614 E. Auto Center Dr.
This 1968 Ford Fairlane gives you all the right vintage feelings. After all, it has a clean look inside and out, proper V8 power, and thoughtful touches you'll see as you dig deeper into the details.
The new generation of Fairlane debuted in 1968, and it was only available for a couple short years. So people really cherish the distinctive front end that integrated horizontal quad headlights into a new full-width chrome grille. And how this is all set back from the front overhang and integral chrome bumper gives it some muscle car-like appeal. The profile continues the sporty feeling with a kick-up in the rear doors that flows into the rear fender. This sedan is presented in its factory-correct shade of Light Green, but there's an upgraded luster here that helps show off the well-done sheetmetal. It's the result of thousands $$$$$ invested during a restoration in 2006, and we have the receipts to prove it. They even added some nice details, like Mustang styled steel wheels and plenty of pinstriping to highlight some of the best lines of this car.
The interior shows off more investment in this Fairlane. The seats have a clean look, and they are nicely detailed with insignia trim and deep green cloth inserts. Nice door panels, a taut headliner, and terrific capering makes this a fine place to spend some time. So having the extra room of a sedan means plenty of family and friends will want to come for a ride. There's even provisions for a retro-style AM/FM digital tuner.
Ford's 289 cubic-inch V8 is a legendary hardy powerplant, and it looks terrific under the hood with the bold blue black, valve covers, and large air topper. It fires up readily, like a well-respected classic should. Plus, it's easy to enjoy out on the road thanks to the three-speed automatic transmission, power brakes, and wide Cooper Cobra tires.
The sale comes complete with the owner's manual, maintenance records, and restoration receipts. This is the well-done and desirable cruising Ford, and it's ready for you right now. Call today!!!
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