RARE FAIRLANE COBRA, MARTI REPORT, R-CODE 428 CJ, 4 SPD MAN, RECEIPTS & DOCS!!
1969 Ford Fairlane
Ford Fairlane 1969 technical specifications
|Item location:||United States|
|Engine size:||428 Cobra Jet V8|
|You are interested?||Contact the seller!|
Can a formal white also be intimidating? One look at this 1969 Ford Fairlane, and you'll certainly have your answer. This Cobra Jet 428 V8, four-speed coupe is that perfect mix of elegant and aggressive, which will always draw all the right kind of attention.The '69 Fairlane was arguably one of Ford's most attractive designs of the 1960s because it offered an elegant simplicity that had a hint of European influence. And the paint on this coupe highlights this idea perfectly. Originally born a New Lime car, there was a nice investment into transforming it into the modern pearl white you see today. This gives the Fairlane a porcelain-like luster that gives off an excellent gloss and shine when the sunlight hits it. Add in full length chrome bumpers and excellent body gaps, and you're looking at a well presented classic coupe. But there's much more to this coupe. The GT-style wheel covers, hood pins, Cobra badging, and hood scoop all let everyone know there is aggression within its elegance.The interior has that perfect mix of mean muscle and luxury cruiser. This has plenty of room to carry up to five people in comfort, but it's also a driver-focused machine. The black vinyl bucket seats are muscle car favorites with optional center console for a true individual experience up front. The darkness of the fresh black on the seats, doors, carpet, and headliner is broken up in the details like the brightwork around the gearshift and dashboard's four round gauge pods that make drivers feel like they were in an Italian sports car. And yes, the tach is working, so it's the perfect complement to the stick shift. All the great original features are still in place from the heat defrost sliders to the provisions for the factory AM radio. And one we know everyone will love to see are the turn signal indicators mounted on the back of the exterior hood scoop.Lift the hood to see the engine bay filled with big block blue oval power. This is an R-code car, which means the big block 428 cubic-inch V8 with ram air and a four-barrel carb is the correct powerplant. And we know you love how this one looks correct on everything from the big blue block to the rubber seal for the forced induction hood. This big power big block roars to life out of the rumbling dual exhaust, and you have complete control over the sound and fury of the full package thanks to the toploader four-speed manual transmission. Plus, this one extra feels secure on the road thanks to an independent front suspension, power steering, and front disc brakes and there's over $2,500 in receipts of maintenance to all these components.This is an extremely rare coupe rumored to be less than 3,800 produced. So to find one that has survived this well over nearly half a century is a truly rare treat. Don't miss out, call today!