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1966 Ford Fairlane 500

1966 Ford Fairlane for sale
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Trans: T-10 4spd Manual w/custom clutch & NHRA scatter shield

Drive: 9in posi w/ladder bars (rear end narrowed slightly for max wheel size without tubbing)

VIN: 6k43h172903

Engine built for dual quad setup
(currently single Holley 700CFM)
High volume oil pump
Tranny has NHRA approved scatter shield
Smooth & solid engaging custom clutch
Mallory unilite distributer
MSD 6AL w/ variety of RPM chips
Accel coil
Ignition components mounted/wired cleanly
Brand new valve cover gaskets
Quality exhaust headers
Brand new header gaskets & bolts
Brand new expansion tube gaskets & bolts
Brand new Griffin Aluminum radiator
Brand new electric primary pusher fan
(mounted via custom aluminum bracketry
not to radiator!)
Primary crank driven puller fan removed
(15 minute idle on hot engine shows frigid 140degF;
city driving no problem!)
Brand new chrome
(bumpers, bezels, mirrors)
Newly installed sway bar
New rear leaf springs
New shocks
Newly completed alignment
(for radial tires)
Front disk brakes
Fronts: p235/60 R14 on Alloy rims
Rears: p265/50 sR15 on Alloy rims
Hurst shifter
A/R steering wheel
Fuel cell w/foam baffling & sender
(fuel sender is GM 0-90 Ohm)
Brand new electric coolant temp sender
Aux guages (tach, oil, volt, temp)

This car was built to run the 1/4mi and destroy those little cars setting next to you on the line.
# My intention was to put a dual quad setup on it (which can even be bought turn key off eBay these days), but I simply haven't gotten to it. I could easily make the return on the investment, as this car is simply incomplete without it and I can't sell it for what it's worth.
# It has been sanded, re-primered, and painted red
# The duct work and much of the interior has been should be reinstalled to be functional again.
# Very little attention has been given to the interior. And what little it's received has mostly been to strip it down. Their is no heater core, fan, or ducting (though the kick panel vents work). The rear seat back needs re-upholstering & the head liner needs repair or replacement. The instrument panel has seen better days (though fully functional) and the carpet is definitely tired. For the track, I'd finish stripping it. For a leisurely cruise with the missus, it needs a little work. This is what separates this car from a $25,000 vehicle. ...that, or dual-quad. Seriously, bolt-on kits from E-Bay for $1500. The intake on it now is just a cast-iron job that happened to be available. This thing screams down the road-way, and it only has one lung! (and on a single-pumper!!)

I have so many other things demanding my attention at present, I simply don't know when I'll again have the pleasure of working on this beaut. Ya know how it goes, though, something not used deterioriates, and I'll not have such a gorgeous lady collect dust on my watch. Maybe I'll buy it back from you in 20 years, when I have time to wrench on cars again. ;)

Kirkland, Washington
Mileage: <10k on new engine
Engine: Built V8 390cid (~6.4L) w/headers
Body Type: 2 door, hard top, racing body
Interior: Black w/front split bench
Exterior: Red

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