1970 Ford Fairlane 500



406ci V8 with EFI


6 speed manual

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1970 Ford Fairlane 500 better known as the Fastlane Fairlane. Built by Hot Rodding Magazine. It was featured in over 13 issues and used as one of three calendar cars. Featuring a stroked 406ci Windsor block with aluminum heads and Holly Terminator fuel injection putting out 552HP through a set of custom 2.5” exhaust with electric cut outs. All of that power is passed through a Tremec Magnum six-speed manual transmission into a Ford 9-inch stuffed with Strange gears and axles. The engine is also dressed with polished Billet brackets and pulleys for the surpentine drive. Vintage heat and A/C for your driving enjoyment. To handle all that power, the car is fitted with adjustable Ridetech coil over the front suspension with sway bar, as well as Ridetech adjustable 4 link coil overs in the rear tied subframe to keep it all solid. A 6 piston “Big” Baer brake kit was installed in all four corners with 14” rotors upfront and 13” rotors in the rear. A custom set of massive 18” two piece Forgeline alloy rims - 10” wide in and and 12” wide in the rear. Inside you will find a custom tiger cage by Ridetech with 5 point harnesses for both driver and passenger, a Momo steering wheel and a customer set of Ford racing gauges will monitor all the vitals. This car has had a lot of attention and detail put into making this car set up to not only handle at the track, but you can drive it everyday if you so desire. It is an awesome build!

  • Stroked 406 cubic-inch Windsor block with aluminum heads
  • Tremec Magnum six-speed manual transmission
  • Adjustable Ridetech coils
  • Custom Ridetech tiger cage with five-point harnesses for both the driver and the passenger
  • Ford racing gauges
  • Holly Terminator fuel injection exerts 552 horsepower through a 2.5-inch exhaust system with electric cutouts
  • Billet brackets and pulleys
  • Big Baer brake kit
  • Specialized Momo steering wheel