1962 Ford Fairlane
Why This Car Is Special
For 1962, the Fairlane name was given to a new intermediate model and that is what the 1962 Ford Fairlane we have here at Skyway Classics.
Under the hood sits the 260 cubic inch engine rated at 164 horsepower. The engine bay looks period correct and restored with the belts, wires, and hoses, correct orange painted air cleaner and valve covers, and looks as it did when it was new.
The single exhaust has a nice exhaust note as you cruise down the road with the transmission powering the blackwall tires on blue painted steel tires.
Our Fairlane has a unibody frame with a conventional short-long arm independent arrangement in front, with Hotchkiss drive in the rear.
Our Fairlane has a completely restored like new blue vinyl bench seat interior and ours retains it in blue vinyl door panels, a beautiful blue dash with factory correct gauges in the engine-turned dash, and the blue factory steering wheel and blue carpet.
Our 1962 has great blue paint and the chrome is good as is the grille and the trim. The body and paint looks as new with all the body lines looking good. It has great visual appeal with the paint color combo of blue with a blue interior.
Our Fairlane 500 trim models had more decorative trim, such as a wider chrome stripe down the side and three bullets on the rear quarter panels and was a more expensive version of the regular Fairlane.
The 1962 Ford Fairlane we have here at Skyway Classics is a hard to find example of the 60’s automotive upscale sedan from Ford and ours will do it in a great style. Come see it today.
So give us a call at 941-254-6608.