Gateway Classic Cars is proud to present this 1959 Ford Fairlane 500 Sunliner. Ford used the Sunliner name on many of its full-sized convertibles through the 1950s and 1960s. The Ford Fairlane is an automobile model that was sold between the 1955 and 1970 model years by Ford in North America. Taking its name from the Dearborn, Michigan estate of Henry Ford, the Fairlane nameplate was used for seven different generations of vehicles. Through its production, the model line would be marketed in a wide variety of body styles, including two-door and four-door sedans, two-door and four-door hardtops, station wagons, and both traditional and retractable-hardtop convertibles. For 1957, a new style gave a longer, wider, lower, and sleeker look with low tailfins. The new proportions and modern styling were a hit with customers to the extent that the Ford outsold Chevrolet in 1957 for the first time since 1935. Another facelift for 1958 had fashionable quad headlights, a grille that matched the 1958 Thunderbird, and other styling changes. New big-block FE V8s of 332 and 352 CID (5.4 L and 5.8 L) replaced the previous largest V8s, and a better three-speed automatic transmission was also available with a steering column transmission gear selector lever. Powering this 1959 Fairlane 500 Sunliner is a 332 Cubic Inch V8 backed by Cruise - O – Matic Automatic Transmission. This Ford Fairlane 500 Sunliner has been Painted in two tone White and Inca Gold.
Options on this 1959 Ford Fairlane 500 Sunliner include: AM Radio Only, Automatic Convertible Top, Power Steering, Seat Belts, Vinyl Interior, and Wide White Wall Tires.