Model: Fairlane Police Car
Yes, this is an exceptionally rare TWO door police car especially designed by Ford for the Sheriff's / Police Chiefs. You see the mass produced 4 door police cars but you literally NEVER see the 2 door police models.
Fairlane has 86K original miles and went through a recent full frame-on restoration.
Vehicle is all original with no custom mods, etc.
Everything is in excellent working order.
This retired police car was used in the Ft. Collins, Colorado fleet.
There are a few unique attributes on this vehicle that sets it apart from the stock Ford factory Fairlanes including; siren mount behind front grill, spotlight, small drill holes where shotgun holder sat and the light and siren (not mounted and holes were filled on roof during restoration but could be remounted easily if new owner desires). Keep as a stock 2 door or turn back into a police car?
I have been offered $3500 for the Federal Sign and Signal Corporation Siren and Police light alone. If car does NOT hit the reserve, then I would consider selling the siren and light separately but, otherwise, it IS included with the car sale.
Full restoration including, professional paint and bodywork, undercarriage detail, mechanics, engine compartment detail, interior, trunk liner, chrome, etc, etc.
Brand new tires. Rust free and no accident history. No leaks. Fires up and drivers straight and strong.
Door gaps, trunk gaps and hood gaps fit perfectly. This is one of the straightest Fairlanes I have ever seen.
Original Ford stamped glass remains in-tacked and nice