Monday, April 11, 2016

Auction Watch: 1968 Ford Fairlane 500 Fastback

Check out this 1968 Ford Fairlane 500 Fastback here on eBay bidding for $7,100 with auction ending on Monday at 5:30PM.





From eBay listing:

Item specifics

Condition: Used
Seller Notes: Very honest car 1 family owned always been in WA needs paint match #
Year: 1968 Interior Color: Green
Make: Ford Number of Cylinders: 8
Model:

Fairlane

Transmission: Manual
Trim: Fairlaine 500 Body Type: Fastback
Engine: V8 302 Warranty: Vehicle does NOT have an existing warranty
Drive Type: RWD Vehicle Title: Clear
Mileage: 138,222 Fuel Type: Gasoline
Sub Model: Fairlain 500 fastback For Sale By: Private Seller
Exterior Color: Green Disability Equipped: No

Up for no reserve auction
 is this awesome 1968 Ford fairlaine 500 fastback 302 top loader 4-speed
factory bucket seats and console 
very rare factory disc brakes like the cobras
This is the original numbers matching motor and trans/ rear  end  302 is very powerful runs and sounds fantastic
Exhaust is less then a year old motor is turn key starts every-time
 the factory 4 speed transmission shifts nice and smooth
 brakes have all been gone through and stops great 
this car can driven everyday it's dependable 
interior is in excellent condition    one family owned Washington  car all its life
Exterior is all original has dime size rust spot on rear lower quarter driver side car is very solid  
This car will make somebody very happy I know the new owner will enjoy the old Ford 
Selling AS IS available for viewing before the auction ends

3 comments:

  1. Ah yes, back when Detroit's idea of a bucket seat was half a bench. Even the ones that looked like real seats felt and gripped like half a bench.

    Probably a decent buy but for me this era was the point at which the Fairlane started to take on a little too much bulk.

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  2. A high school friend bought one of these with a 428 4 speed. The first night he had it we went for a ride in it. He did a posi burnout for about 60 feet. Then he said oops, I started in second gear... That thing had a lot of torque which that huge car needed to get it moving.

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  3. Sold for $7600. Seems like a decent car for that money.

    The previous gen. were so very lovely. The Dragnet-era Fairlane hardtops. Yum.

    These always reminded me of a Rambler Marlin from certain angles. That is not a good thing to my eye.

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