Among other upgrades, the Sports Coupe came with bucket seats and console.

Upgraded with a Holley 600 cfm 4-barrel

carb on a Ford 4V iron intake.

'63 289 V8, dyno'd at 245 hp @ 5250 rpm

with 294 lb./ft. @ 3500 rpm.

Period-Appropriate Transplant...

Engine Dyno...

Rust-Free Walk-Around...

The Devil's in the Details...

The Power Steering Components have been rebuilt and refinished.

Underneath is equally impressive, with all new or refurbished mechanicals.

All wires were painstakingly cleaned

and recovered in reproduction loom.

"Lil' Devil"

1962 Ford Fairlane 500 Sports Coupe

The rust-free body has been shot in Hot Rod Flatz Black, and the stock 221 has been replaced with a '63 289!

Design-Build for Whatever Moves You

All the trim has been repaired or replaced with NOS, and polished.

The bumpers have been painted to match the 15x7 Ridler wheels.

Custom plaid door panels and rear package tray compliment the look.

And Hi-Po valves, with 9:1 compression and 204/208 @ .050 flat tappet.

The seats were upholstered-over when new, and in perfect shape underneath.

No detail was overlooked, including all new fasteners and weatherstripping.

High-gloss black pinstripe pattern runs down the top of both sides.

Original Upholstery with Mild-Custom Touches...

The rear valance has been shot in flat black, and sports bullet detail.

That takes on a completely different effect depending upon the lighting.

SOLD - Oregon

The black-on-black creates a subtle

flip-flop effect.

Sun visor signed by the Legendary Car Customizer Gene Winfield.

Design-Build for Whatever Moves You

Inside hood and trunk retain the original rust-free paint.