Used Ford Fairlane

The Ford Motor Company sold the Ford Fairlane from 1955 through 1977. This model from North America’s Ford Company was named after the estate of Henry Ford, the Fair Lane, which was located near Dearborn, Michigan.

In the 1950s, the Ford Fairlane was a full-size car. It replaced the first full-size car by Ford, the Crestline. The Fairlane was being sold in six body styles. Among them were the Crown Victoria Skyliner and the Crown Victoria coupe. All six styles contained the characteristic steel Fairline stripe found on the side.

During the 1960s, the Fairlane became a mid-size car. In 1964, Ford came up with the Thunderbolt which was a Fairlane model specially made for drag-strip racing. In 1968, this race car was redesigned and was known as the Torino.

In 1971, the Fairlane name was dropped, along with the Falcon and the Fairlane 500 names. All the transitional models were known as the Torino.

Estimated Price Range for Used Ford Fairlane: $1900-47000
Available Trims: Base, 500
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1958 Ford Fairlane 500 Commercial

Ford Fairlane Commercial