What Motor came in a 1959 Ford Fairlane?

What Motor came in a 1959 Ford Fairlane?

1959 Galaxie/Fairlane Specifications

Year 1959 Bore & Stroke Advertised Horsepower at Stated RPM
6 cyl. OHV 223 Cu. In. 3 5/8 x 3 19/32 145@4200
V8 OHV 292 Cu.In. 3 3/4 x 3 19/64 200@4400
V8 OHV 332 Cu.In. 4 x 3 19/64 225@4400
V8 OHV 352 Cu.In. 4 x 3 1/2 300@4600

Whats the difference between a Fairlane and a Galaxie?

The Galaxie is a bigger car with a different front and rear suspension. Also has a full frame under it, the Fairlanes were Unibody cars like the Stangs. The drawback is they’re bigger and heavier, on the plus side, they’re FAR easier to work on than a big block Stang or Fairlane.

Is the Ford Fairlane a muscle car?

As the muscle car market took shape, Ford built a small number of Fairlane two door hard tops prepared for drag racing during the 1963 season. These cars were running the 289 and were set up at Dearborn Steel Tubing that built the special cars for Ford special vehicle operations .

What size engine is in a 1959 Ford Fairlane?


V 8
Displacement : 5768 cc | 352.0 cu in. | 5.8 L.
Power : 300 BHP (220.8 KW) @ 4600 RPM
Bore : 4.0 in | 102 mm.
Stroke : 3.5 in | 89 mm.

What is a Fairlane 500?

A two-door hardtop convertible, hydraulically controlled, sold well and also used most of the available trunk space when lowered for top down motoring, was introduced. The entry level Custom line had a shorter wheelbase, while the top-level model was coined the Fairlane 500.

How much is a 1955 Ford Fairlane worth?

Vehicle Valuation Analysis

Bodystyles Median Sale
Sunliner Convertible $39,000
Town Sedan $4,800
Victoria Hardtop $10,450
Victoria Hardtop $26,950