Which of these classic Fords would you add to your collection?
The Ford Fairlane was made and sold by Ford from 1955 though to the 1970 years model in North America. Its nameplate was used for seven distinct and different generations of the car, and they came in a variety of flavors. At the upcoming 2nd Annual Sioux Falls Classic Car Auction hosted by the Classic Car Auction Group, taking place this weekend, you’ll get a chance to bid on several different Ford Fairlanes, and here’s a preview.
1959 Ford Fairlane 500 Galaxie
This two-door club sedan was the subject of a full nut and bolt, frame off restoration. It was repainted to correct Geranium and White Two tone specifications, and is powered by a 332 cubic-inch Thunderbird V8 engine. It comes with all the restoration receipts, and drives like new! See it here.
1957 Ford Fairlane 500 Convertible
This car sat at the top of the Ford line for 1957, and this example received a complete frame-off restoration. It is powered by a rebuilt 292 cubic-inch engine and is loaded with features. See it here.
1955 Ford Fairlane Town Sedan
This low ownership car is extremely solid and rust free. It was repainted, and is in great condition. See it here.
1956 Ford Fairlane Victoria 2 Door Hardtop
In 1956, the Fairlane was ready to take on the Chevy Tri-Fives with its fresh looks. This example is an excellent example from that time, and is powered by a 312 V8 engine, and you can see it here.
This car has been consigned to the 2nd Annual Sioux Falls Classic Car Auction hosted by the Classic Car Auction Group. The auction is Saturday, July 30 at the Denny Sanford Premier Center in Sioux Falls, South Dakota. To consign your car and/or to register to bid on this and other cars in the auction go to http://www.classiccarauction.us.