Lot 555
1967 Ford Fairlane 500
Lot Details & Additional Photographs
VIN: 7H33C112192. Mileage: 53000

Original car with radio delete option, one repaint in original color, interior, chrome, spare tire and Jack, and owners manual. Non original equipment includes a period correct 427 cubic inch Ford FE engine with a triple carburetor setup, 428 Cobra jet heads, 4-speed manual transmission with factory floor shifter, 3.50:1 rear with posi-traction, and a factory correct 427 hood. A tachometer has been added to the steering column as well as a water temperature, oil pressure, and vacuum gauges. The car drives like new, is very powerful, and sounds great.

The car has received one re-paint in factory Medium Aqua. The NOS interior in Aqua shows remarkably well. The body tag reveals a September 23rd build date in Detroit and an original rear ratio of 3.10:1 and a C4 automatic transmission. Equipped with a bench seat, and a new front windshield has been installed.

In 1966, the 427 cubic inch Ford GT40 Mk II dominated the 24 Hours of Le Mans race, with a one-two-three result. In 1967, Parnelli Jones, in a Holman-Moody prepped Fairlane, won the season-opening Riverside 500 road race. Then, Mario Andretti captured the Daytona 500 in a Fairlane, with Fred Lorenzen a close second in his Holman-Moody Ford. The FE again powered the 24 Hours of Le Mans winner. In drag racing, the 427 Ford Galaxie was a winner in three consecutive National Events: the '64 Indy Nationals, the 1965 WinterNationals and the 1965 Indy Nationals.

This lot subject to reserve. For this lot, payment accepted only by wire transfer. 15% Buyer's Premium for LLA live-online and absentee bidding. 20% buyer's premium for live internet bidding through a third party host. For winning bidders in NC, license plate and titling of vehicle will be obtained by Leland Little Auctions NCFL# 7452, provided all applicable fees and taxes are paid.

From the Private Collection of a Gentleman-Johns Island, South Carolina

The engine and transmission was built by Barrie Poole, a Canadian Drag Racer known as the Border Bandit. He and his father raced all over Canada and the US from 1966-73. Believed to have about 1000 miles on each.

A survivor example of a true muscle car from the 60's, this car is remarkable for its age; clean top to bottom, starts easily, and is fairly easy to drive despite the lack of power steering and brakes.

Some minor chips to paint; battery cut-off switch installed; Speedometer is inoperative but odometer operates correctly; soft lightweight car cover included, as well as new non factory floor mats; no apparent concerns.