1968 Ford Fairlane User Reviews

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    Nice Introduction To The Muscle Car World. Ended Up Shorting Out The Electrical And Sold It. — It drove well (after I had the alignment I messed up fixed). Used the exhaust and interior out of my 1970 Torino so it sounded good and had a nice interior. The paint was horrible and after I shorted out the electrical no guages worked and the farmer I sold it to ended up seasing up the engine after using it for a farm car for a year.,

    Primary Use: Commuting to work

    Pros: Decent style.
    Decent power (390 2 barrol).
    C-4 Auto.

    Cons: Previous owner painted it yellow over the original green. Every trip to the car wash left less yellow and showed more green.

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    Family Car Ranked 1968 Ford Torino worse.
    "Not a high power muscle car"
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    2007 Ford Fairlane Reviews

    She's Smooth By Michelle

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    1993 Ford Fairlane Reviews

    Relible Drives Well Sounds Great By Paul

    Great car drives well v8 grunt under the hood great stero fantastic condition for its age very few marks or scratches very clean the moor has been rebuilt solid heed work recently had new shocks in ne... Read More

    Great Car By Thomas3404

    i spent over $35,000 on the car, stripped ot down and restarted, put an american boss motor in it with a 6 speed manual racing gearbox with a toploader, customised the paint, and got one off wheels. s... Read More

    1992 Ford Fairlane Reviews

    Fantastic Overall Car. Plenty Of Parts Around By Rick

    i built this for myself to enjoy on the weekends. but even in stock form they are beautiful and comfortable. plenty of parts around. easy to upgrade the interior to the new model to complete the style... Read More

    Its Temporary By Robert

    It is a beater, but does the job, at least the stereo works good and its got fast glass. The sunroof still works and the seats are comfy. The barge is cheap to run on LPG, and the kids think the digit... Read More

    1991 Ford Fairlane Reviews

    You'll Have Fun By Reece

    This FORD FAIRLANE 91 NC has a 5L 302ci V8 with plenty of kick.the Fairlane comes with solid brakes and computer adjusting ride hight suspention. Handles incredibly, the interioris very well finished ... Read More

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