The fourth generation Ford Fairlane was downsized in 1962 and fit between the smaller Falcon and full sized Galaxie both in size and price. The unibody Fairlane was available in basic configuration with simple inline-6, but it could be upgraded with a few versions of Ford's Windsor V8 if you desired some performance.
Under the hood of this survivor is the original 260 cubic inch "Challenger" V8, good for 164 horsepower and 258 ft-lbs of torque. This car has been upgraded with an aftermarket air conditioning setup, which will be nice for hot days, but won't help with turning or stopping.
The seller has included a walk around video that shows a few more details including the rear facing jump seats suitable for small children or pets.
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