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thorin
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and i forgot....THANKS TO ALL VETERANS FOR YOUR SERVICE!
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1963 Ford Fairlane 500 Sports Coupe-Viking Blue

Post Fri Nov 10, 2006 10:55 pm 
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jay123
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'64 Fairlane 500 post,
'64 F'lane 500 H/T

Was looking for a 2dr post for quite a while. Couldn't find one. But I did find a '63 mercury Meteor S-33 H/T is good shape.

Since it's mine, it's a great looking car, and the best looking MY Meteor.
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'64 Fairlane 500 2dr Post
'63 Mercury Meteor S-33 H/T -SOLD

Post Tue Nov 14, 2006 3:30 am 
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jay123
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'64 Fairlane 500 post,
'64 F'lane 500 H/T

Was looking for a 2dr post for quite a while. Couldn't find one. But I did find a '63 mercury Meteor S-33 H/T is good shape.

Since it's mine, it's a great looking car, and the best looking MY Meteor.
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'64 Fairlane 500 2dr Post
'63 Mercury Meteor S-33 H/T -SOLD

Post Tue Nov 14, 2006 3:31 am 
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mwhitmore
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Where in Colorado

I live in Penrose, Work in Colorado Springs

My Son is a Junior at CU Boulder so I make trips through Denver

...MJW
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63 Fairlane 2dr Ht

Post Tue Nov 14, 2006 2:34 pm 
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Bill62
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62 all the way!!!!

Post Thu Nov 16, 2006 8:07 am 
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thefairlaneman
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Location: Charlotte NC
school teachers car

The 62 and 63 fairlane was made for school teachers to drive. The 64 was made for MUSCLE AND MANLY MEN........ Very Happy

Post Sat Nov 18, 2006 10:38 am 
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Will_64Fairlane
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'64 all the way, baby. But you'd probably guess that from my screen name. Actually, I didn't really pick out my '64 so much as I happened upon it. I was looking for a classic Ford, my car came along, and it seemed like a great fit. Really though, I think I probably could have been just as happy with almost any year Fairlane. There aren't, to my eye, any ugly ducklings, and I am convinced that the Fairlane in general is an excellent example of the superiority Ford had over GM in the styling department in the 60's (other periods are another topic, but I don't think GM has ever truly dominated in styling).

Post Sat Nov 18, 2006 2:23 pm 
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SD44
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don't think the 64 falcon-lane is the top choice Laughing , there's a reason they made the 66 the first year for GT's; 66/67 all the way!








seriously, there were no ugly 'lanes except the 65, and i'm still upset they used the torino to faze out the fairlanes.
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Post Sat Nov 18, 2006 6:35 pm 
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thefairlaneman
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Yes the 65 is an ugly duckling but still quality. Neighbor had a 65 sport coupe for sale for 3 k a couple of years ago and sold it fast.

Post Sat Nov 18, 2006 8:43 pm 
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thefairlaneman
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66 GT

The 66 GTs were beautiful cars, A friend had one in high school . A66GTA rag top. The 66 fairlanes were made differant also to handle the bigger engines so FORD could compete with the other muscle cars. Except a good running 327 chevy could outrun a 390 GT up to about 80 mph. then the FORD would pass it.

Post Sat Nov 18, 2006 8:49 pm 
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thorin
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Re: Where in Colorado

quote:
Originally posted by mwhitmore:
I live in Penrose, Work in Colorado Springs

My Son is a Junior at CU Boulder so I make trips through Denver

...MJW


i'm up in highlands ranch near santa fe (us 85) and c470. if you know you're headed this way and have some extra time, you're welcome to stop by. love to chat with a fellow fairlane owner!
303-346-1051
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Post Sun Nov 19, 2006 1:00 pm 
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unfairlane
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Re: school teachers car

quote:
Originally posted by thefairlaneman:
The 62 and 63 fairlane was made for school teachers to drive. The 64 was made for MUSCLE AND MANLY MEN........ Very Happy


So true Laughing

Post Tue Apr 24, 2012 12:59 am 
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purf_man
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without us 62's none of you would have a car Razz

62 was also the first year of the SBF....

It was also fords first midsized unibody.

I'm sorry but fins have class.
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Beast
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Re: Here's my vote.

quote:
Originally posted by jemmons:
1. 1966 Fairlane
2. 1967 Fairlane
3. Thunderbolts
4. Repeat 1-3



X2 Very Happy

Post Sat May 05, 2012 6:38 pm 
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NO FAIR
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67
The back tail lights look cleaner than the 66 IMHO
Dave
Cool

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