1967 Ford Ranchero Fairlane 500
This was a well-received and unique one-year vehicle, with clean, straight lines, dual stacked headlamps, and plenty of power; the Ranchero had entered the muscle car arena in 1967. Engine options started with a 200 cu in (3.3 L) straight-6 and went up to a 390 cu in (6.4 L) FE-series V8 giving 315 bhp (234.9 kW) and backed by an optional C6 automatic. The '67 also had the largest expansion of trim levels since the vehicle's introduction 10 years prior. Supplementing the base model were the new Ranchero 500, 500/XL, and GT. Is ours nicest in the world? Just might be. As close to perfect as you’ll find anywhere. Equipped with power steering, power brakes, cold air conditioning, am radio, temperature and oil gages, a set of Cragar SS wheels and more. The car is absolutely stunning inside and out, turnkey condition. This truck needs absolutely nothing!! If you’re looking for the best, if your looking for the finest, this would be the ticket. The power comes from a big block 390 CI mated to the C6 3 speed automatic transmission and performs like a muscle car.