- Engine Size
- 312 V8
1957 Ford Fairlane 500 Convertible
The Ford Fairlane was produced between 1955 and 1970. The automobile was named after Henry Ford's 56 room, 31,000 square foot Fair Lane estate in Dearborn, Michigan, a Detroit suburb.
Offered for sale is the #1 selling automobile line of 1957, the Ford Fairlane 500. Presented in 10 different configuring chassis, this Fairlane offered represents the convertible version of the model lineup. Powered by the 312 cu in Thunderbird V8, this Fairlane produces 245 hp through a manual 3-speed transmission. All four brakes are drum and brakes and steering are manual.
The Ford shows very nicely in the color combination of red and off white with gold trim exterior as well as two tone red and white vinyl interior. The convertible top and boot are solid white. This 500 convertible runs and drives excellent with no known or present mechanical or cosmetic issues. The chrome and bright work is excellent as is the interior condition and top. This car would be considered a very nice driver quality having been restored some years ago. A rare opportunity to own a visually stunning 57 Ford convertible.