This is my 1957 Ford custom 300 with a centeroiler 427 with 2 four barrels. The engine was rebuilt by a good friend of mine. some of the things that were done to the motor are stainless steel valves bored 0.060 cubic inches are 434 cam is a Comp cam lift is 639 intake and Exhaust. Headers 3inch Exhaust pipe into a Flowmaster series 40. 3 inch in and 3 inch out 3 inch pipe continues to the chrome tips that are 4 1/2 inch diameter. All new front suspension ball joints coils and so on. new rebuilt 9 inch rear 4:11 posi. thanks for watch!!!
427 Ford side oiler
My friend not only has a real 427 Ford side oiler in his garage..but it is
on a dolly..and starts..you have to see this..very cool...ck it out!!!
1957 Ford Custom 300 2 Door - GONE!
This 1957 Ford Custom 300 2 Door survivor is powered by a 272, 3 speed,
overdrive. It is believed the 31,609K miles are true first time around
miles. The exterior has been repainted once, but the interior is factory,
and it has a working radio and heater. If you remember when this car was
new, and you couldn't afford it then, or if you have fond memories of a
1957 Ford Custom 300 2 door, you owe it to yourself to own this one. It is
just perfect in every way.
1957 Ford Custom 300 Tudor Blk
Not every Ford made in 1957 was a Fairlane 500, although you might get that
idea when attending a vintage car show! This is a beautiful example of a
Custom 300 sedan. A fair amount of trim on the outside, and long wearing,
durable fabrics on the inside. Note that this is the first year for the
forward opening hood for the full sized Ford...something that Ford would
continue through the 1959 model year.
1957 Ford Custom 300 with a 427 centeroiler 2 four barrels
This is my 1957 Ford custom 300 with a centeroiler 427 with 2 four barrels.
The engine was rebuilt by a good friend of mine. some of the things that
were done to the motor are stainless steel valves bored 0.060 cubic inches
are 434 cam is a Comp cam lift is 639 intake and Exhaust. Headers 3inch Exhaust pipe into a Flowmaster series 40. 3 inch
in and 3 inch out 3 inch pipe continues to the chrome tips that are 4 1/2
inch diameter. All new front suspension ball joints coils and so on. new
rebuilt 9 inch rear 4:11 posi. thanks for watch!!!
1957 Ford station wagon
My dad burning out in his 1957 Ford Station Wagon which happens to have a
428 cobra jet engine!
1957 Ford Custom Shortbody Classic Muscle Car for Sale in MI Vanguard Motor Sales
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1957 Ford Custom Short Body turbo
2 Door Post
Custom 1 of 1 Car
43k Miles on Body
302 Hydraulic Roller Motor
T5 5 Speed
Quiet as a Mouse, but Bad to the Bone!
Powered by a Late Model Ford 5.0 with a 60 mm turbo with Only 7 Lbs. Of Boost
Stock Forged Pistons
650 Holley Blow Thru Carb That Works Super
You Can Drive This Anywhere.
Good on Fuel Mileage. Runs on 93 Octane
New Custom Black and Silver Seat Upholestry
Nice solid body
Paint is in good shape some flaws
New Aeromotive 1000 Fuel System
12 Gallon Aluminum Fuel Cell
New Centerline Wheels
Fast and Fun.
Call Tom today this will not last very RARE!
132280 / 1964 Ford Thunderbolt
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Have you ever seen a "tribute" car that's more authentic that the "real
thing"? We haven't seen many, but this 1964 Ford Fairlane Thunderbolt
certainly could make a claim to the title. Built with more "real"
Thunderbolt parts than most "real" Thunderbolts, including a real-deal
Holman & Moody 427 side-oiler, this is the ideal car for the Ford fanatic
seeking a Thunderbolt that can be driven and shown with pride. Or, if
you've got a Thunderbolt, but don't have the incredibly pricey "real"
engine, this car could be the link to making your car "correct".
National Record Holder 57 Ford
1957 Ford Fairlane 500 2dr. hardtop, 312 cu in V-8 4bl., blueprinted and
balanced, auto tranny, ps, a/c, Holly carb. Ran hi 14 sec. at 90 mph thru
traps. Not absolutely sure but i think [14,86] ET.. American Mags.
1966 Ford Fairlane Hardtop 427
There's something about stacked headlights and a tag that reads "427".
It's a quintessential 60's look that get's you. If you're going to mess
with a 427FE or SOHC (in a straight line), your Nitrous bottle betta be full! This owner has had
the car for about 30 years and the bond with it is clear. White must be a
horrible color to maintain because I see him wiping it down a lot. I
believe it's a 390 with twin 4bbls but you can't really tell the diff. A
real nice car. Dig the dog dish hub caps. Taken at Lowe's in Abingdon, MD
1964 Ford M/T Thunderbolt 427 Hemi Bolt
This is a 1964 Ford Thunderbolt Fairlane, this car was built by Mickey
Thompson, it is #10, raced by Jess Tyre back in 1964 with Mickey Thompson.
This is a video shot for Skyline Ford of Salem, Oregon who owned the car.
I sold it for them to a gentleman down in California in 2008. It was found
out while my friends owned it here in Salem, that this car though retains a
lot of the orignal parts from the original Thunderbolt, that it had been
Rebodied, which means that the shell is from a different car. So anyone
who comes into contact with it, should know that it is very valuable but is
considered a rebodied Thunderbolt. Jess Tyre will tell you that it is the
original car, he looked at it a few years ago and documented. He is
incorrect in our opinion because we talked to the gentleman that restored
the car, and he rebodied it around 1991. As of know this is pretty common
knowledge, but just letting everyone know the story. It is running the
same configuration as it did in 1964. Mickey Thompson, was building
motors, out of a 427 Ford Short block, and then using Chrysler 392 Hemi
Heads, and convertiing them to fit the Ford 427, and put a Cross Ram intake
on the car, with Dual Carburators. This car is really mean sounding, and
ran awesome. What you won't see is the video, is when I got on the street
with it, and launched it down Mission Street, 1st, 2nd Gear coming to the
dealership. The film guy for the commercial put the music in and cut out
the good shots, darn him. You should have heard it, and I was shaking, and
my clutch foot was shaking to death, what a wicked car. Thanks very much,
Jason Blue Oval Ranch Inc.