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  • The forgotten Fords

    When I was growing up, an Uncle had a 66-67 Fairlane 500 2 door hardtop, 289 automatic. I loved that car! Don't see many of them anymore, along with Falcons, Torinos,and Mavericks. All were made in two and four door versions, I used to see all of them regularly, now it's a rarity to see any of them on the road or at a show. The Fairlanes were available with everything from a I6 to the mighty FE 428, and the later Torino based ones even had Lima 429's. Did they all just rust away, or just nobody have any interest in them? I thought the 60's Fairlanes were pretty good competition against the Chevy Chevelles which you still see everywhere.
    Would love to see some good examples of any of them....
    ----1999 F150 XLT Lariat Super Cab 4X4 5.4----
    -----1947 Lincoln Zephyr Coupe 5.0-----
    -----2005 Expedition Eddie Bauer 5.4----
    " Sometimes you fix the car, sometimes the car fixes you" Steve L.

    "Do not let anyone tell you it cannot be done. No challenge can match the heart and fight and spirit of America". President Donald J. Trump

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    Well, they ARE 50 years old, so many did get wrecked, parted out, or rusted away, but I bought my first Fairlane (66 GTA) in 1976, and I still think they are one of the best looking Fords ever made. At Ford shows and races, I still see plenty of 66-69 Fairlanes being shown & raced.
    1978 Fairmont 428CJ 4 speed 9.972@132.54.mph[/ 1.29 60 foot.
    1985 Mustang NHRA Stock eliminator 302 4 speed M/S 12.31@106.99 mph, with 331 bracket engine: 10.29@128.71 1.37 50 foot
    1959 Ford Meteor 2 dr sedan 332 FE auto (finally under construction witha 428CJ and 4 speed.)
    1974 F350 ramp truck 390 4 speed (gone buy not forgotten)
    2010 Ranger PU 2.3L 5 speed
    1999 F350 dually, V10 5 speed

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      i have a 64 falcon futura that has been in the family since it was bought new in oct 1963 for my aunt. unfortunately before i got it, it had spent 20 years in pittsburg, so there is plenty of rust that will need fixing.
      64 falcon
      66 mustang
      76 el camino

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      and life is but an illusion

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