The classic Ford Fairmont Sedan of 1978 is a reliable, comfortable vehicle boasting a classic design. It was originally introduced as a two-door sedan, and became popular with budget-conscious consumers interested in a good, basic car. With a two-inch wheelbase and four-inch tread width, the Fairmont makes a small yet roomy ride. It is powered by a 170 cubic-inch, inline six-cylinder engine, mated to a three-speed manual transmission with optional overdrive and a four-speed manual transmission. Optional upgrades included air conditioning, Magstar Aluminum wheels, and an AM/FM radio. It is certainly a timeless classic, with its wide chrome bumper, deep set, wraparound headlamps, and square, boxy design. Inside, the Fairmont provides an ample cabin for six, with a broad front bench featuring flexible foam and cloth upholstery. The dashboard is finished in style with its faux wood paneling, chrome-trimmed controls, and an easy to read speedometer. Safety features include dual, independent, cantilever shock absorbers and semi-metallic brakes. The engine has proven to be durable over the years, and the Fairmont remains true to its engineering roots and styling heritage. Today, the Ford Fairmont remains highly sought-after and collectible, an ideal vehicle for those looking for a reliable, easy-to-maintain classic car.
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