1955 Ford Fairlane Sunliner: SOLD

The Ford Fairlane is 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, MI.
For the 1955 model year, the Fairlane name replaced the Crestline as Ford’s premier full-sized offering. Six different body styles were offered, including the Crown Victoria Skyliner (with a tinted, transparent plastic roof), the regular Crown Victoria coupe (with lots of stainless steel trim), a convertible Sunliner, the Victoria hardtop coupe, and traditional sedans.
All featured the trademark stainless-steel “Fairlane stripe” on the side.
Power options were a 223 cu. In. straight-6 engine and a 272 cu. In. V8.
The 292 cu. In. Y-block was offered as an option and was called the Thunderbird V8.


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