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Customs 1965 Fairlane 500

Discussion in 'The Hokey Ass Message Board' started by GaryDude, Oct 17, 2017.

  1. GaryDude
    Joined: Oct 17, 2017
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    IMG_0100.JPG im looking at a 65 Fairlane, and need advice,,,,,
    What are these one yr Fairlane worth if in nice condition? It's black exterior, high perf 289 with a
    C-4 auto....center console orig with buckets. Not orig buckets btw.... I am a tri five guy
    56 and 57 Chevy's.......
    Good classic to add to someone's collection?
     
  2. Lebowski
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    Welcome to the site, Dude....
     
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  3. GaryDude
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    Hey thanks, I was on here years ago, but lost connection!
     
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  4. They're worth between about $6K and $10K for a 'good' to 'excellent' car. The '64s are worth more, but they have the 'Thunderbolt' cachet to drawn on. Sold slightly less than the '64s too.
     
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  5. GaryDude
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    Sounds good to me for $6k then! Only thing I would do in the winter project is redo the seats, the exterior is nice, newer tires and exhaust.
     
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  6. brianf31
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    I recently sold my '65 2 door hard top. Absolutely no rust or body filler ( I stripped it to bare metal) and I replaced everything. It had a bench seat, warmed over 351C and C4, front disc brake conversion and Tbolt hood. I feel like I gave the buyer a deal at $7500 but I didn't have any takers at a higher price. left front.jpg
     
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  7. GaryDude
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    Did yours have bucket seats originally? That was a nice buy.
     
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  8. FrankenRodz
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    Price/Value is as varied as Home Pricing.
    I sold my '62 Fairlane just about this time last year for $25k, to someone clear across the Country!
    I just sold my '07 Mustang GT Convertible, on par with performance, for $17k.

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  9. brianf31
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    No, it was originally bench.

    Sent from my SAMSUNG-SM-G891A using The H.A.M.B. mobile app
     
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  10. GaryDude
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    Thanks! That's a nice car!
     
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