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Fairlane

Ford Fairlane (1955–1956)

The Ford Fairlane was an automobile model sold between 1955 and 1970 by the Ford Motor Company in North America. The name was taken from Henry Ford’s estate, Fair Lane, near Dearborn, Michigan. Over time, the name referred to a

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Ford Fairlane (1967-1972) Australia

Ford Fairlane (1967-1972)

First generation Ford Fairlane ZA (1967–1968) The ZA Fairlane series, introduced in March 1967, was designed and built in Australia although it resembled the American Ford Fairlane sedan of that year. Offered as the Fairlane and the Fairlane 500, it

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Fairlane (1959–1964) Australia

Fairlane (1959–1964)

Australian assembled U.S. Fairlanes In September 1959 Ford Australia released three new locally assembled models, the Fairlane 500, the lower specification Custom 300 and the Ranch Wagon. They were sourced from Ford of Canada[3] but were essentially the same as

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Ford Fairlane (1970)

Ford Fairlane (1970)

Ford’s intermediates grew again in 1970, now with a 117 in (2,972 mm) wheelbase. At the start of the model year, only the Fairlane 500 remained as the base trim model in what was now effectively the Torino series.

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Ford Fairlane (1968–1969) U.S.

Ford Fairlane (1968–1969)

A redesign took place in 1968. The wheelbase remained 116 in (2,946 mm), but it grew in other dimensions. A fastback Sportsroof model was introduced in the Fairlane 500 series, as well as a more luxurious Torino model at the

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Ford Fairlane (1966-1967) U.S.

Ford Fairlane (1966-1967)

The Fairlane was revised in 1966. The appearance was changed to match the Full-size Ford, which had been restyled in the 1965 model year. The front end featured vertically stacked dual headlights. The XL, GT and GTA packages were introduced,

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