1967 Ford FairlaneT
he 1967 Ford Fairlane was offered in 'base,' '500 Series', and 500XL Series trim levels, with numerous engine, transmission, and body style options. The base trim level came equipped with a chrome windshield and rear window moldings. They had a chrome horn ring, chrome rain gutter moldings, front and rear armrests, vinyl-coated rubber floor mats, cigarette lighter, and a single horizontal chrome trip strip that ran along the bodyside, with the Fairlane name at the front end.
The Fairlane wore the same body that had been introduced the prior year but with minor trim changes. In the front, the grille was a single aluminum stamping instead of the two grilles from 1966. The taillights were divided horizontally by the back-up light. The previous year, they had been vertical.
Body styles include a 2- and 4-door sedan along with a station wagon. The base engine was a six-cylinder 200 cubic-inch engine offering 120 horsepower. Pricing began at $2300 for the 2-door sedan and $2340 for the 4-door version. The station wagon listed for $2640.
The intermediate trim level for 1967 was the Fairlane 500
. It came equipped with all the Fairlane trim plus special Fairlane 500 moldings and trim. They had color-keyed carpet and a choice of four nylon and vinyl upholsteries. There was a stamped aluminum lower bodyside molding that had the Fairlane name at the front edge and another aluminum stamping with the Ford name located on the vertical section of the trunk lid.
Body styles included in the Fairlane 500 was a 2- and 4-door sedan, hardtop coupe, convertible, and station wagons (a 6- and 9-passenger version).
Next was the Fairlane 500XL
Series and was described as the sporty version. They had all the Fairlane 500 features plus special name plagues and exterior trim, Deluxe wheel covers, bucket seats and console, red safety lights, and white courtesy lights in the lower interior door panels. Six-cylinder cars could be purchased as a convertible or a hardtop coupe. V8-powered cars could be purchased as a hardtop coupe, convertible, GT Coupe, and GT Convertible. GT models came equipped with the 289 CID V8 engine rated at 200 horsepower. For the other cars, this was a $106 option. A two- and four-barrel 390 CID V8 was available.by Daniel Vaughan | Nov 2013
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