Engine:Original 260 V-8
For Sale By:Private Seller
Interior Color: Blue
Number of Cylinders: 8
Trim: 500 Satin Sedan Cruiser
Drive Type: Daily Driver
Warranty: Vehicle does NOT have an existing warranty
Exterior Color: Satin Black with White scallops
Up for sale is a unique custom 1964 Ford Fairlane 500 V-8 Automatic daily driver! Done in the So-Cal traditional Rat/Hot rod 50's 60's Cal Custom style. Yes it is real paint, not primer or sealer that will fade grey or let water down to the metal and let it rust. This is real paint that will stay this cool Satin Black. Trimmed out with Satin White scallops that are outlined with a Royal blue pin stripe to tie the inside of the car to the out side. The complete factory stainless trim moldings centers were sprayed out in the same satin white instead of the factory color. Very solid body. Not a rust bucket. It has been a west coast car its whole life and we do not use salt out here. Floors are solid, Just a very solid car. Vintage slot mag(kidney bean) 14 wheels are wrapped in almost brand new pin stripe white wall tires. Larger in the rear and slightly smaller in the front to make the classic stance and look. Original 260 V-8 runs out amazing. It just got a fresh tune up with all new; Bosch plugs, wires, cap, rotor, points, condenser and coil. The radiator has been tanked and cleaned. Dual Flow Master mufflers and exhaust system with chrome tips. Lights work. Wipers work, heater works, turn signals work, gauges work. I love the fact that the dash is not cut up. Stock radio is still there. The aftermarket cd player radio is mounted under the dash. All the plastic trim surrounds are there and good looking. Take a look at the steering wheel it has a few minor cracks but is in very very nice shape with the original chrome horn ring. Headliner is not perfect, but it only has one small hole, it still looks really nice. Carpet is like a year old or so. It is a factory style replacement so it looks very nice. Door panels are still in pretty good shape. rear seat is nice. Front seat has a new black seat cover over it as it will need to be recovered and have a little work done to it. All the glass goes up and down well and is not cracked out. Has newer door rubbers and truck rubber If you are a Oregon buy you will like the fact that it has new Pacific Wonderland plates with tags that are good till 2015 This car has the optional 2 speed windshield wipers. It also has the optional back up lights in the brake light lenses. I have show the inside of the quarter panels and trunk so you can see how solid this car is. Here are some videos of the car running and driving so you can see how well it runs and operates.
I need a $500 deposit with in 48 hours of the sales end. I need the total payment paid with in 10 days of sales end. clean and clear Oregon title is in had and ready to hand over to the new owner. Car can stay here for 30 days with out a problem so you can arrange shipping. Car is sold as is with no warranty.
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