The Ford Fairlane is an automobile model that was sold between 1955 and 1970 by Ford in North America. The name is derived from Henry Ford's estate, Fair Lane, near Dearborn, Michigan.
A new top-level full-sized model was introduced at mid-year 1959, the Ford Galaxie. The 1959 Galaxie displayed both "Fairlane 500" and "Galaxie" badging.
Why This Car Is Special
The 1959 Ford Galaxie/Fairlane we have here at Skyway is one few models with this option as it was only offered from 1957 to 1959. This 1959 was the rarest and last of the line.
This factory correct Indian Turquoise and Colonial White paint with matching vinyl interior 1959 Ford Galaxie convertible attracts a crowd anywhere or just cruising.
Our 1959 is powered by a 352 V-8 2 barrel engine and a Cruise-O-Matic automatic 3 speed transmission. It has extras like power steering, power brakes, chrome valve covers, factory correct air cleaner assembly painted to match the car body, three-speed automatic transmission, V8 rumble from the dual exhaust system, factory intake and cast iron exhaust manifolds, and oversize radiator.
It does have an amazing interior as it came from the with the teal/white front and rear seats, great chrome, painted dash, great door panels, and front console. Look closer and you will see added performance gauges, green carpet and floor mats, two-tone factory steering wheel, green seat belts, and more.
The Indian Turquoise with Colonial White paint is great as is the chrome, chrome bumpers, trim, quad headlights and the wide chrome grille, super body panels, chrome fender covers, nice wide whitewall tires on factory wheels and chrome hubcaps.
What better way to drive to car shows or cruises in a drop-top 1959 Ford Fairlane/Galaxy Convertible like we have here at Skyway Classics? Come see it today.
So give us a call at 941-254-6608.
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