The Ford Fairline-500 Sedan 1970 is one of the earliest models of its kind. This classic car is recognizable by its long, sleek design and unique box-like body shape. With its bright chrome trimmings, chrome wire knock-off wheel covers, and short chrome guard, the Ford Fairline-500 Sedan 1970 is truly iconic. The exterior of this car is a medium to light beige, with an optional dark beige band running down its sides and optional contrasting colored hoods for a two-tone look. The hood has two black vents, as well as, a blacked out grille and black headlights. The rear of the car features a chrome tailpipe and a single round tail light, adding to the cars unique styling. Inside, the car is upholstered in a brown or black vinyl interior, with an optional custom-woodgrain trim. The front bench-style seating is particularly comfortable and provides seating for up to six passengers. Its trunk is large enough to fit large items inside. The interior of the Ford Fairline-500 Sedan 1970 also includes analogue dials and gauges, with a modern air-conditioning system for comfort. Under the hood, the Ford Fairline-500 Sedan 1970 has a powerful 5.0-liter V8 engine capable of producing up to 210hp. This engine is paired with a three-speed automatic transmission allowing for smooth acceleration and effortless cruising. The cars brakes are reliable, with disk rotors both in front and rear, adding to the cars overall performance. This classic car is a timeless classic that is sure to turn heads wherever it goes. With its distinctive box-like body shape, long sleek style, and powerful engine, the Ford Fairline-500 Sedan 1970 is an amazing classic car for anyone to own.
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