Since its recent frame off restoration, this 1958 Ford Fairlane Club Victoria 2-door hardtop has covered less than 10,000 miles. The power comes from a modern 400cid V-8 - 2-bbl engine and a correct 2-speed Fordamatic transmission and a 3.10:1 gear set. Having spent all of its life in the south and coming off the Barrett/Jackson auction block in 2005 this is one Fairlane to consider. Some of the options include power brakes, fender skirts, dual front fender mounted outdoor rearview mirrors, and air conditioning with a modern air compressor, AM/FM radio with a cassette player, rear defogger, fashion wheel covers and a rare Country Club Trim Stripe Edition which was only produced two months in early 1958 in Wixom Michigan.
Ford revised the Fairlane in 1958 with an all new face lift, including new quad headlamps above a 1958 Thunderbird looking front bumper and grille, a broader side trim where the Country Club Edition is shown, a scalloped rear deck, four raised oval tail lamps and longitudinal roof ribs for more panel strength. The fashion statement of the fifties was lower, longer and wider and this presentation is a good example of what Detroit was trying to offer. This Torch Red with Colonial White coves over a luxurious custom red and white pleated vinyl interior accentuates this time period. The same 2-tone theme carries over into the door panels dash and roof liner. All Stewart Warner gauges and indicators work. In addition new tires, battery, air shocks and gauge for the rear springs were added.
Further adding to this car's desirability, I have the original owner's manual, title documentation and the original sales brochures. The jack and spare tire are present as well. The stainless steel and chrome are in beautiful condition and the underside still shines and the engine bay is nicely detailed. You will not get many opportunities to buy Fairlanes like this. Call us.
This vehicle is located in our Atlanta, GA showroom. For more information, please call (678) 279-1609 or toll free (877) 367-1835.