1956 Ford Fairlane Victoria*2-dr Hardtop*original Paint*unrestored*rust Free* on 2040-cars
Gravette, Arkansas, United States
YOU ARE VIEWING AN ORIGINAL UNRESTORED 1956 FORD FAIRLANE VICTORIA 2-DR HARDTOP.
THIS CAR WAS SOLD NEW AT ROZAN MOTORS IN MITCHELL AND HAS SPENT ITS ENTIRE LIFE IN DRY, ARID SO. DAKOTA…..
47K ACTUAL AND DOCUMENTED MILES FROM NEW. IT IS STILL WEARING THE ORIGINAL
FACTORY COLONIAL WHITE PAINT AND HAS NO RUST. THE CAR WAS IN DRY STORAGE FROM 1972-2014 AND WAS RECENTLY BROUGHT BACK
TO RUNNING CONDITION RECEIVING A NEW BRAKE SYSTEM, FUEL SYSTEM INCLUDING GAS
TANK, EXHAUST SYSTEM, AND TIRES. ALL
SYSTEMS WERE SERVICED AND FLUIDS CHANGED. ORIGINAL SPARE IS STILL IN THE TRUNK
AND NEVER BEEN DOWN. ALL GLASS IS GOOD EXCEPT FOR ONE SMALL CRACK IN THE
WINDSHIELD THAT’S BEEN THERE SINCE 1959. INTERIOR IS FACTORY ORIGINAL EXCEPT
FOR CARPET, FACTORY HEADLINER IS BEAUTIFUL. CAR RUNS AND DRIVES AWSOME AND IS
EQUIPPED WITH FACTORY POWER STEERING, REAR FENDER SHIELDS, AND ROCKER TRIM.
CHROME IS EXTREAMLY NICE WITH LITTLE TO NO PITTING…. Footnote. I don't mean to be brash about
selling a car, but this car is not an example that you will come across very
often. I know what I have searched out and found over the years. I
like un-restored cars....with original factory paint. With original paint,
you know the body underneath that you are buying. While I appreciate
nicely restored cars, I do not own restored vehicles. Some of the
so-called best restored cars have been hit, thrown together, etc. Not for
me. I used to own restored cars but not anymore. Too many issues...the
body being hit, rust, major components being lifted from another car,
reproduction parts, and poor workmanship being some of the important
ones. It is worth searching and finding the GOOD original UNRESTORED
cars.....and if it costs more money once you have found what you are looking
for...and it should...it's worth every penny....at least to me. Nothing
better than to look at that car in your garage knowing that the car you
own is one that the factory built and not one built by a local shop doing their
best imitation of the original. Not my cup of tea. Nobody does it
like the factory, and that is truly reflected in today’s values and
desirability of UNRESTORED classic cars. SERIOUS BIDDERS/BUUYERS ONLY.IF YOU
HAVE ANY NON PAYING VIOLATIONS, PLEASE MOVE ON. THANK-YOU.
Ford Fairlane for Sale
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Concentrated ST Formula Proves Just As Potent
Wed, 29 Jan 2014 08:58:00 EST
I'm not the jealous type... usually. But I will fully admit to being somewhat of a Pouty Polly when I read executive editor Chris Paukert's report after driving the then-new 2013 Ford Focus ST through the impossibly pretty southern French Alps region last June. I feel like a broken record saying this yet again, but hot hatchbacks hold a special place in my heart. And while I'm always giddy to drive any sort of small, turbocharged three- or five-door at home in Detroit, my jealousy was indeed piqued after hearing Paukert tell about the challenging yet breathtaking roads he encountered while driving the flamin' yellow Focus. You know, the sort of roads that, from above, look like carelessly drizzled lines of icing on the frosted Alpen caps.
Several months later, I found myself piloting a Focus ST just west of metro Detroit, pitting it head-to-head against one of Autoblog's perennial favorite cars, the Volkswagen GTI. It was fantastic - enough so that I fully stand behind my statement that in terms of balls-out performance, the Focus ST cannot be beat as far as today's front-wheel-drive hatches are concerned.
Proving that there is still something to be learned on television these days, National Geographic Channel recently introduced a new series called Duck Quacks Don't Echo. On the first episode of this science/comedy show, host Michael Ian Black proposes the idea that a truck can be supported with a ceramic coffee mug under each wheel - yes, he says that the entire weight of a truck can be balanced on just four coffee mugs.
Sun, 27 Apr 2014 15:01:00 EST
Looking to find out whether this is fact or myth, the show uses a regular cab Ford F-150, weighing in at 4,800 pounds, and four average coffee mugs. Lowered onto the mugs, the idea is quickly put to the test. Can the cups hold up under 4,800 pounds? If so, what, exactly, would it take to break them? Scroll down below to find out.
When Ford Australia announces, as it did recently, that it wants to celebrate the end of its Ford Performance Vehicle division with a Falcon FPV GT-F that celebrates big-bore origins of the nameplate, it's talking about the kind of car in this video.
At some point the classic Falcon GT - said to be an XY series - was invited to a test of acceleration against a Lamborghini Gallardo. At the very least, the Falcon GT had a 351 cubic-inch motor and 300 horsepower, but whatever this guy's got under the hood of his yellow sedan makes has him so confident that he doesn't even move his elbow from its resting place on the door.
You'll find a reminder of Ford Australia's heyday, a raucous exhaust note and some NSFW language in the short video below.