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1967 Ford Fairlane 500 351 Auto Restored on 2040-cars

US $17,500.00
Year:1967 Mileage:84915
Location:

Jonesboro, Illinois, United States

Jonesboro, Illinois, United States

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Youngbloods RV Center ★★★★★

Automobile Parts & Supplies, Recreational Vehicles & Campers, Truck Caps, Shells & Liners
Address: 5146 Heartland Dr, Joppa
Phone: (866) 595-6470

Village Garage & Tire ★★★★★

Auto Repair & Service, Automobile Parts & Supplies, Tire Dealers
Address: 841 N Main St, Oak-Brk-Mall
Phone: (630) 469-9700

Villa Park Auto Clinic ★★★★★

Auto Repair & Service, Tire Dealers
Address: 299 E Saint Charles Rd, Mc-Cook
Phone: (630) 832-3160

Vfc Engineering ★★★★★

Auto Repair & Service, Automobile Diagnostic Service, Automobile Inspection Stations & Services
Address: 4657 N Ravenswood Ave, Cicero
Phone: (773) 275-4832

Valvoline Instant Oil Change ★★★★★

Auto Repair & Service, Auto Oil & Lube, Automotive Tune Up Service
Address: 10611 Lincoln Trl, Venice
Phone: (866) 595-6470

USA Muffler & Brake ★★★★★

Auto Repair & Service, Automobile Parts & Supplies, Brake Repair
Address: 11044 S Western Ave, Mount-Greenwood
Phone: (773) 238-1333

Auto blog

Ford hybrid sales rebound following MPG controversy

Sun, 31 Aug 2014

Ford hybrid customers apparently have very short memories. With two EPA fuel economy reratings in the last year, sales of the C-Max, Fusion Hybrid and Lincoln MKZ haven't been too terribly dented, Ward's Auto reports.
All three vehicles saw sales dips following the August 2013 rerating, although sales of the MKZ Hybrid had begun to rebound as early as November of that year. C-Max sales, meanwhile, took slightly longer, with sales on a steadily improving course as early as February of this year.
The second rerating, in June of this year, has had an even smaller effect on the Blue Oval's hybrids. The C-Max has actually been subject to a sales increase, while both the MKZ and Fusion saw minor sales drops (less than 400 units between the two in the month following the rerating).

2015 Ford Mustang to offer solid-rear axle, sort of

Tue, 17 Dec 2013

One of the biggest knocks against the last Ford Mustang was its solid-rear axle. Not one to actively court criticism, Ford dutifully swapped out the old-fashioned rear end for something a bit more modern in the redesigned 2015 Mustang, adding an independent rear suspension across the board.
While an IRS Mustang is great news for those that value handling and ride comfort, there's one big group that it's bad news for - drag racers. See, a solid-rear axle is a big deal for drag racers, because not only is it more durable and cheaper, but it's better for the hard launches that can make or break a race.
To satiate this vocal demographic, Ford will sell a body-in-white version of the Stang, complete with a nine-inch rear axle, that will debut at the 2014 Performance Racing Industry show. The news came from gas2.org, which cited an unnamed employee of Ford Racing at this year's PRI show.

NHTSA investigating Ford Fiesta for faulty door latches

Mon, 15 Sep 2014

The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration has opened a preliminary investigation on the 2011-2013 Ford Fiesta because the regulator has received 61 complaints from drivers, including one claim of an injury, about the doors on the subcompacts failing to latch and sometimes even flying open while driving. NHTSA has estimated that the problem could affect as many as 205,000 vehicles.
NHTSA is still gathering further data about the problem, but looking at the complaints so far, both front and rear doors appear to be potentially involved with the alleged failures. Among the reports, there are 12 claiming that the door opened while driving. Several also indicate the "Door Ajar" warning illuminating during this problem. The one purported injury happened when someone attempted to shut the door, and it bounced back.
Ford spokesperson Kelli Felker told Autoblog via email, "We are cooperating with NHTSA on this investigation, as we always do." Scroll down to read the report from NHTSA.