The Ford Fairlane 500 Sedan 1978 is a classic American vehicle. This full-size sedan was produced in Dearborn, Michigan, with production running from 1967-1979. With its timeless body style and large interior, the Fairlane quickly became a popular family car during its production period. Starting off with its exterior design, the 1978 Fairlane 500 Sedan features a classic American style, with a long-hood, big-cabin look. Its aesthetic is complete with crisp body lines, deep set headlights, and trademarked t-shaped taillights. The car is available in nine color choices, ranging from light pastel hues like Acapulco Blue, to deeper, moodier tones like Silver Metallic and Black. On the inside, the Ford Fairlane 500 Sedan is large enough to comfortably seat five passengers. The interior is finished with a vinyl and cloth combination, as well as an XLT trim option, which adds woodgrain veneer, chrome accents and integrated air-conditioning. Though newer than the Classic Ford (produced between 1948-1970) models, the Fairlane still offers a vintage look, with features such as a three-spoke steering wheel and push-button door locks. Underneath the hood, the Fairlane 500 is equipped with Ford's venerable 302 cubic inch 5.0-liter Windsor V8 engine. Producing a respectable 180 horsepower, the engine was well matched paired up with Ford's C4 3-speed automatic transmission. The car offers a relatively smooth and comfortable ride, helped out by coil springs up front and leaf spring in the back. The 1978 Ford Fairlane 500 Sedan is a reliable, classic American automobile with timeless design. Its large, spacious interior makes it a great family vehicle, and its classically-styled exterior will never go out of style. It's the perfect combination of modern comfort and vintage styling.
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