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1967 Ford Fairlane 500, blown & injected 427, absolutely beautiful!!!

1967 Ford Fairlane 500

Condition: Used
Make: Ford
Model: Fairlane
Type: Coupe
Trim: 500
Year: 1967
Mileage: 200
Color: Red
Engine: BBC 427
Cylinders: 8
Fuel: Gasoline
Transmission: Automatic
Drive type: RWD
Interior color: Black
Drive side: Left-hand drive
Vehicle Title: Clear
Item location: Oak Bluff, Canada
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For sale is my 1967 Ford Fairlane 500. As you can see from the pictures the car is extensively modified and is STUNNING! It was professionally built by SanDale Fabrication here in Winnipeg at a cost approaching six figures and would be a LOT more to try to replicate the car today. It was completed approx 5-6 years ago and still looks new. It was built to drive/show/race and turns heads everywhere it goes. Although it has never been to a track, I can assure you it pulls hard. All lights, signals, etc, work, and it has been de-tuned a bit to run it on the street. (no overheating issues, and runs on pump gas) The car only has a couple hundred miles on it since completion so the mechanicals are still all fresh. It absolutely THUNDERS, and puts a smile on my face (and anyone else that is around!) every time I fire it up!

The car is running a vintage BBC 427 (w/ aluminum heads, solid cam, etc), BDS blower, Enderle injection, and is pushing approx 740hp. It has a glide w/ 2500 stahl converter, and Ford Racing four link 9" with 3:73 gears. It also has a complete Heidt's front end, 4-wheel Wilwood disc brakes, Boyd Coddington wheels, and way too much more to list. It is a rust free car that's all steel with the exception of the fiberglass hood. The paint is like glass, panel fit is good, and trim is nice.

Just a couple weeks ago I had the car in the big World of Wheels show here in Winnipeg. It received:

1) 2nd place in it's class (mine being a street driven car vs. a just completed restoration)

2) Oustanding Undercarriage

3) Best Ford in Show

4) AutoShow's Championship Cup

Like I said - the car is STUNNING. With these awards you know you are NOT buying a bucket of bolts or something that has been cobbled together. That said the car is not perfect - the driver's door window doesn't go all the way up (within 1/2 inch of closing), and something has come unlatched on the passenger door as it won't open from the inside - works fine from the outside. Feel free to take a look at the SanDale Fabrication website where you can see some pics of the car being built. On their home page, click "Projects" along the left side, scroll down a bit and you'll find the Fairlane.

I live on the edge of Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada which is one hour north from Pembina, ND at the Canada/USA border. If you take the I-29 north from Grand Forks, ND you'll run right into Winnipeg - very simple to get to. If you are worried about the car being in Canada - don't be!! It is a VERY SIMPLE process to bring the car into the USA. I checked with your Border Services, and since it's an older vehicle you don't have to worry about any EPA requirements, there are no taxes at the border, and there is only one form you have to complete which doesn't cost anything! If the car is paid in full, I will bring it in my enclosed trailer and meet you at the border. If you can't meet me at the border and/or you want me to haul it further (to meet somewhere in between, or bring it right to your door) that would have to be negotiated ahead of time - the buy it now price does NOT include delivery beyond the border. You would then also have to get a broker which would be another $750-ish.

This is a serious car and isn't for beginners! It was an expensive build, and you now have a chance to buy it for pennies on the dollar! I have a 100% positive rating and don't plan on changing that now....please don't waste my time, and I certainly won't waste yours. I'm not interested in trades, and I don't need help selling it. If you have any questions or want more pictures (I have a LOT) feel to give me (Reg) a call at 204-226-7169. Please keep in mind I'm in the Central Daylight Time zone. Thanks for looking