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  1. #1
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    Default 1964 Fairlane K Code

    My Dad & Mom ordered this very car new in 1963 and drag raced it around Oregon. I came home from the hospital in the car when I was born. Shortly after, grocery bills due the car was sold and then found 30 some years later under a tree a little worse for the wear. We recently tore the car apart again after the first hot rodding modifications (The Hi Pro Long Gone Ford Guys) and started over with a Morrison MaxG Chassis with some major help from Vanderbeck Race Cars.This is how our family does Heirlooms!



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    Nice! Was it always close to home or did you have to look for it ?
    Wayne
    Car FINALLY home !!!!!! lol
    Project FNQUIK https://www.pro-touring.com/showthre...ghlight=FNQUIK

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    Default Getting Ready for Chassis

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    Very Nice!

    My Dad had a 63 and a 64. The 64 was a K code and Red.

    Looks great, keep posting!

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    nice, please post more

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    Awesome!

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    Will keep the pictures coming. We actually tore the car apart last February and have been rebuilding since March. Long process, but I think it is going to be very cool when done. The big choices are now, like wheels and colors. Thinking of Schott SL65 wheels and staying with Red. Maybe a bit brighter like Viper Red. I like neutral colors but I think you have to go a bit more wild on big cars.

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    Default Interior Tin

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    Default Stainless Headers

    Some sweet stainless work. Derek at Refined Metal Works built these beautiful headers.
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    Default Dress up

    Must have some bling before you go out.:D
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    Very Nice!!
    Wayne
    Car FINALLY home !!!!!! lol
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    Damn!

    Wanna come do some stuff for me? I'll buy lunch?

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    The Fairlane looks awesome! What are the deets on the drivetrain? What's the planned tire/wheel size?

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    Ford Racing Boss 363 500HP Stack 8 Injection, TKO Trans 6 speed. 19x12 Rear / 18x9 Front 325/30 R 19
    275/35 R 18

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    Default Wheels ?????

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    Those would look amazing on the car, beautiful work so far.

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    Wheels are so expensive now that I would paint up cardboard ones and stare at the car for a while before purchasing. I had a 64 2dr hardtop that was a k car back in 1969. I never liked the way they set. They were too low in the rear or too high with air shocks or shackles. All the modern components fix that. You've got a good start. Looks like a solid body and great parts.

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