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1967 Ford Fairlane Squire Station Wagon 37,500 original miles

1967 Ford Fairlane

Condition: Used
Make: Ford
Model: Fairlane
Type: Wagon
Trim: Squire Wagon
Year: 1967
Mileage: 37,500
VIN: 7H38C208365
Color: Blue
Transmission: Automatic
Drive type: RWD
Interior color: Blue
Vehicle Title: Clear
Item location: Trexlertown, Pennsylvania, United States
Air Conditioning

Description for Ford Fairlane 1967

Here is a 1967 Ford Fairlane Squire station wagon with 37,500 original miles. The car was originally bought buy a gentleman in 1967 who owned a service garage in New York City. He put 32,000 miles on it then stored it in a garage. As time passed the car was forgotten until his family took over the business and saw the monthly storage bill come due. They pulled the car out of storage, ot it running and sold it to their family attorney who drove it up on Cape Cod. The car then passed through two more owners racking up a total of about 5,500 miles in the process before I bought it. What I love about this car is how original and untouched it is. Instead of fixing someone else's mistakes andmodifications the car is pretty much as it left the factory with just wear items being replaced. This is a car that I will probably regret selling but I won't be getting to it anytime soon and I'd hate to see this car sit so its up for sale.

The car still has its original paint but does have two worn through spots one on the hood and one on the roof. Its nicely optioned with a 289 V8, utomatic transmission, elsey Hayes power disc front brakes, ower steering, nd factory air conditioning which does not work. Besides the normal surface rust on the undercarriage, he only rust on the entire car is located in the lower rear quarters mainly on the drivers side. There are small rust holes which could easily be fixed on the drivers side and even smaller pin holes on the passengers side. The lack of rust for a Northeastern car is pretty amazing. The car does have its fair share of dings, ents, crapes, nd scratches that come with city driving, hich hopefully the pictures below will accurately show.

The interior is in amazing original condition except for an area of the headliner where the threads have pulled loose from the seam. The seats have no rips or tears, he dash pad it just about perfect, he door panels are very nice and the original carpet is still in really good shape except it could use a good shampoo. This car does not have the "third row" rear seat but rather just the storage area. The rear side panels do show some wear with the drivers side being cracked and split. It was pretty common for this to happen in these wagons as things would be thrown in the back, it the filmsy plastic panels and break them. With some effort I'm sure these panels could be repaired. The rear window moves up and down well but some of the felt in the track had degraded and fallen out. The rear door works well and both the swing out and drop down functions work as they should.

The items that I'm aware of that have been replaced on this car are, he power brake booster and master cylinder, he radiator, he carb, new heater core and, t has a new battery and rebuilt alternator. The front brakes must have been changed as well as they have a lot of pad life left. The car runs great and the original 289 doesn't miss a beat. It has a nice set of radial tires all around and the car rides smooth and quiet just as you'd expect out of a 37k mile car. The transmission hits all the gears but has a hiccup between 2nd and 3rd. It doesnt slip but it acts like it wants to kick down before going up into 3rd. This doesn't happen everytime but I just wanted to make a potential buyer aware of this issue. I've been told since its a C4 and that the carb had been changed maybe the linkage needs adjustment or the vacuum modulator is acting up. The car also has a great sounding Flowmaster 2 1/2 dual exhaust system. Its not too loud and has a nice mellow sound at cruise.

I think I've hit everything but there are over 45 pictures of the car below so take a good look and if you have any questions please ask. I think its just a great old solid wagon that would make someone a super cool cruiser. This car has a clear Pennsylvania title in my name. Thanks for looking and good luck bidding!