1967 Ford Fairlane 500 2 Door Hard Top on 2040-cars
Westmoreland, Tennessee, United States
1967 FORD FAIRLANE 500, LOTS OF NEW PARTS INCLUDING REBUILT 302 ENGINE, REBUILT C4 TRANSMISSION, NEW CARPET, HEADLINER, SEATS RECOVERED, DOOR PANELS, ARM RESTS, DASH PAD, NEW BRAKES, MASTER CYLINER, WHEEL CYLINDERS, BRAKE LINES, BRAKE HOSES, FUEL TANK, FUEL LINES, BUMPERS RECHROMED EXHAUST SYSTEM, BATTERY, WINDSHIELD, HEAD LIGHT DOORS POLISHED, TRUNK MAT, ALL NEW DOOR SEALS, TRUNK SEAL, THE CAR IS PAINTED PEARL WHITE, IT WAS PAINTED WHITE THEN 3 COATS OF PEARL, THEN 4 COATS OF CLEAR, INTERIOR IS RED, THE MILEAGE IS UNKNOWN IT SHOWS 58000 BUT IT PROBABLY HAS TRIPED OVER NO WAY TO TELL, VERY TIGHT CAR, HAS A ONE OWNER TITLE, I LIVE 35 MILES NORTH OF NASHVILLE TENNESSEE IF YOU WANT TO COME CHECK IT OUT. CELL 615 FOUR EIGHT ZERO SIX TWO TWO SIX, CALL OR TEXT ME.
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Auto blogThu, 10 Jul 2014
Mustang6g.com believes that it has unlocked start date for 2015 Ford Mustang production citing a Ford dealer communiqué. According to the report, job one on the 2015 hardtop will allegedly start in just a few days, on July 14, although units that are known as "OK to Buy" won't enter production until September 9. The cars built between those dates are most likely final pre-production cars for the executive test fleet, and will likely include the cars we'll be driving at the media launch.
Sun worshippers, meanwhile, would seem to have a longer wait. Job one on the droptop supposedly isn't slated to start until September 14, with production models starting on October 27. As is the case with the hardtop, these final pre-pros are for the execs and media to test, while actual dealer orders will come from vehicles made after the October date.
After speaking to Ford, though, we wouldn't put a great deal of stock in those dates as reported. We reached out to Said Deep, Ford's North American Product Communications Manager.
If you're in the market for a hot hatch, there are some excellent choices at your disposal - especially if you live in Europe. But if you want a diesel, well, your choices become rather more limited. Volkswagen tends to that niche market with the Golf GTD (essentially an oil-burning version of the GTI available Stateside), but that's about the extent of it. The pleas of those looking for more diesel-burning hot hatch choices haven't fallen on deaf ears at Ford, with the Blue Oval not only rolling out a facelifted gas-powered Focus ST at the Goodwood Festival of Speed this weekend, but also a new diesel version as well.
The diesel Focus ST (which we hope and pray isn't marketed as the STD) packs a 2.0-liter turbodiesel four producing 182 horsepower and 295 pound-feet of torque to propel the oil-burning hot hatch to 62 in 8.1 seconds en route to a top speed of 135 miles per hour. With less power and only slightly more torque, that makes the diesel Focus ST considerably slower than the gasoline one, which packs 252 hp and 270 lb-ft, runs to 62 in 6.5 seconds and tops out at 154 mph, but (in a testament to how far particulate filters have come) the diesel model cuts carbon emissions by nearly a third compared to the petrol version and returns about 50-percent better fuel economy, which makes that much more of a difference in markets where diesel is already priced better than gasoline at the pump.
For buyers who wouldn't consider anything other than a diesel, it also represents 23-percent more power than the previous top-level diesel Focus. The VW Golf GTD, for reference, offers up 181 hp (just 1 horse less), 280 lb-ft (15 fewer torques) but is somehow estimated to reach 60 in a considerably fleeter 7.4 seconds.
The arrival of a new Ford Mustang means many things to many people, but not least of them is drag racers. The pony car has always been a mainstay of the drag strip, and the Ford Racing team aims to carry that reputation forward with this latest generation. So it cooked up a few basic modifications on three new 'Stangs and headed to the strips at US 131 and Milan Dragway to see what they could coax out of 'em.
Impressively, the 5.0-liter V8 Mustang GT with a few modifications (but no forced induction) managed to clock a quarter-mile time of 11.77 seconds. Another Mustang GT fitted with a supercharger clocked a blistering 10.97 seconds. But just as intriguing was the modified EcoBoost model that, with only four cylinders and 2.3 liters of displacement, still passed the gates in just 12.56 seconds - nearly half a second better than expected. This with modification limited to a new subframe, half-shaft, drive shaft loops, exhaust, engine calibration, slicks, roll cage and bucket seat. Well done, boys.