Ford Fairlane 1966
Love the look and energy of classic cars. Have had this one since May 2010
and thought I would have some fun putting togeather a video. Not very
professional but hopefully of interest to some.
nb; Not sure what I am doing wrong. However the Exhaust note in the original video copy is
amazing. The conversion to youtube has lost most of the sound impact and
the colour sharpness aswell.
'66 Ford Fairlane 427 Tribute Video 1 of 2
1966 Ford Fairlane 500 - 427 Tribute, 4 speed, 465 cid.
For sale on Ebay.
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for second video: http://youtu.be/ZfXKdFRaQy0
tbolt - the whole show
On Halloween 2009, Phil Featherston shattered the long held (unverified)
world record for the quarter mile Ford Thunderbolt in a flash of oil and
grit. The time was 9.23 seconds at 151mph. Special thanks to Jake and
Gerald. Video by Dave Featherston.
1969 Ford Fairlane Restoration: Lots of Body Work!
This video shows how we restored Agent 8771's old, beat-to-death 1969
Ford Fairlane coupe. The car had been hit hard in the rear many years ago,
and the frame rails were buckled. This, combined with the major structural
rust throughout, made the car virtually unrestoreable. Agent 8771 didn't
want to give up on the car however, and didn't want to just buy another
similar unit and pretend it was his old car. I decided that we could
replace the whole bottom half of the car with a solid, straight chassis
from a low-mileage 4 door sedan. When one came along at a low price, we
decided to get to work. We saved what we could from his original car,
including the seats, doors, roof, parcel shelf, hood, decklid, and glass.
We also used his old wheels, grille, bumpers, and even his old Exhaust system with the "Thrush" mufflers that
we used to put on our cars! When we were all done, it looked, sounded, and
drove like his old high school car! He even took off the power steering and
substituted his old manual box so that the car would drive just like it
used to. Overall, a really fun project and it makes a great story to tell
people you still have your first car, even if much of it has been "donated"
by another Fairlane sedan!
Anyhow, I hope you enjoy a tour of this project; let me know what you
think! Thanks for watching!