|September 23rd, 2010, 08:48 PM||#1|
1963 Ford Fairlane project $600 Come Get IT!!!!!!!!!!SOLD SOLD SOLD PLS DEL
New pics in sixth post
WANT THIS THIS OUT OF HERE BRING $600 & A TRAILER AND IT"S YOURS!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
So here's what i got it's a 63 fairlane 500 with a 221 v8 that was stored in a shipping container for years be for i got it..
The car is complete!!! number matching
Interior has no rip's and is in nice shape
motor will run on gas though the carb ( gas line need redone)
motor is complete number matching from carb to pan.
Passenger side quarter glass is broke.
Needs at least one new quarter (driver side, Will explain to serious buyer's. it's not rotted)
Needs rear frame rail patch behind the spring hangers.
Needs front horns ( At least I would replace them)
It not perfect!!! but it a complete good doable project with all the hard to find pieces.
Car is VERY SOLID !!!!! MINOR SURFACE RUST!! NOT ROT!!!
Picture of the car are from when it was in the container!!
Last edited by 1twisted1; October 24th, 2010 at 04:48 PM.
|September 25th, 2010, 10:29 AM||#5|
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Helpful tip, take an old riding mower gas tank (1-2 gallon), put a shutoff valve inline and like 3 feet of hose. Hang it from the hood and run it to the carb, there's enough gravity feed to move the car around the yard, and someone can hear the car run for longer than just a burst as you dump gas down the carb. I use this alot when I'm trying to recover an old vehicle from someone's backyard, just watch for the gas pump to pull crap out of tank and pump it out of the hose you disconnected.
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