Vintage droptop fun has never been so affordable. After all, with its slippery sliver appearance, bucket seat interior, and a rebuilt and upgraded 289 V8, you'd expect to pay a lot more for this 1966 Ford Fairlane 500 convertible.
You're instantly attracted to this convertible because it is everything you love about the '60s. The styling was all about maximizing its presence on the streets with the stacked headlights rising above the hood line, a long profile accented by a full-length crease, and taillights pushed to the outer most edges. And you can see there has been a solid investment in re-spraying the factory-correct Silver Frost to give this classic a precious metal hue in the sunlight... and that's exactly what you want on a sunshine-friendly droptop. And outshining this silver is all the brightwork, like the big chrome bumpers, extra wide grille, and those broad tailpipes that hint at something extra under the hood. And while we already like how the black convertible top is a nice coordinating color with the paint, it gets even better with matching custom pinstriping on the hood and trunk.
If you liked the way the black roof looked, then with just a touch of a button, the electric folding top will reveal an even more impressive black interior. These might have been Ford's intermediate-sized cars, but today that means plenty of room to carry family and friends in comfort and style. But the most important person is always the driver. That's why there are bucket seats up front, and the center console is angled toward you. This factory-correct black interior has a time capsule like quality. And you feel this as you grab the dual spoke steering wheel, gaze at the long speedometer, and even turn on the AM radio that still cranking out tunes!
The silver and black of the interior and exterior unite under the hood as the clean black engine bay funnels your attention to bright elements like the valve covers and air topper. And of course, we all notice the bold blue block, too. It looks so good, because the consigner says the upgraded 289 cubic-inch V8 was recently rebuilt. Ford's trusty V8 now has great performance goodies like a Holley four-barrel carburetor, Edelbrock Torker II intake, Pertronix Flamethrower coil, and a rumbling dual exhaust. Out on the road, features like the C4 three-speed automatic transmission, power steering, and front sway bar (w/new bushings) keep this a nice cruiser.
This convertible has a high-quality finish inside and out, which will make it the one that you'll drive everywhere with pride. And you don't even have to pay us extra to keep the secret of how little you paid for this V8 droptop. So don't miss this deal. Call today!!!