1957 Ford Fairlane
Why This Car Is Special
The Ford Fairlane was 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.
The 1957 Ford Fairlane we have here at Skyway is painted in the factory correct Sea Scape Green and Colonial White paint with matching vinyl interior that is stunning.
Our 1957 is powered by what looks like the 312 cubic inch V-8 2 barrel “Thunderbird Special” engine and a Cruise-O-Matic automatic 3 speed transmission.
It is well dressed with power steering, power brakes, chrome Thunderbird Special valve covers, chrome open element air cleaner assembly, the engine, and intake painted in Ford Red, a V8 rumble from the dual exhaust system and factory cast iron exhaust manifolds, and all sitting in a very nice painted, restored, and detailed engine compartment.
It has a very stock appearing interior as it came from the with the white split front and rear bench type seats, great chrome, painted dash, green carpet and floor mats, and great matching door panels.
Look closer and you will see that the dash panel has all the correct gauges and controls, factory steering wheel in body color green, and seat belts.
The Sea Sprite Green with Colonial White paint is great as is the chrome, chrome bumpers, trim, quad headlights and the wide chrome grille, super body panels, huge chrome rear bumpers with the iconic spare tire mount, painted rear wheel covers, nice wide whitewall tires on factory wheels and chrome hubcaps.
What better way to drive to car shows or cruises in a 1957 Ford Fairlane like we have here at Skyway Classics?
Come see it today.
So give us a call at 941-254-6608.