Ever come across those classics that look right? The proper engine trim, body in great shape, and a rare piece of American automotive history. Meeting all those criteria can be tricky, but a machine like the one we have for sale today appears once in a blue moon and takes everyone by shock. Present here today in all its glory is a lovely 1964 Ford Fairlane 500. True, it might not be the rarest bird out there, but one look at the miles run, and you might reconsider your evaluation. With a reported 31,000 original miles on the lock, this classic American beauty is truly one of a kind and a handsome survivor.
Looking at this 1964 Ford Fairlane 500, you know this is one original example. The body lines are just right, with all its exterior components still present. The car is dressed in a unique blue exterior with a white stripe running across the car. The car's chrome components look shiny and new and blend in with the two-tone paint exterior. The factory hubcaps add to that factory look and are wrapped with whitewall tires for that period correct look. Very few vehicles could pull off a blue interior, but this 1964 Ford Fairlane 500 does it in style. Like the exterior, the interior boasts all its factory components, from the original steering wheel to the old-school blue bench seats. While this car packs a punch underneath the hood, you also get practicality thanks to four doors which means more space for more loved ones to bask in 60s Americana.
With six engine trims to choose from, the ginormous firebreathing 427 was the way to go if you wanted performance, but the "Challenger" 289ci (4.7L) V8 underneath this hood 1964 Ford Fairlane 500 was the one to have if you prefer practicality and performance. With a reported 271hp when new, this is a four-door practical machine that has the power to raise the eyebrows of many when needed. All this impressive power is sent to the car's rear wheels through an automatic transmission.
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