Exploring the Untamed Dominance of a 1966 Ford Fairlane GT with the Mighty 427 FE Engine

The 1966 Ford Fairlane is not a factory 427 car, but today probably the best way to own one is to build it.

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The guy has had this classic since he was 15-year old, and now he is working on the muscle car having one purpose only – to enjoy it.

It started as a 1966 Ford Fairlane GT powered by the 390 V8 engine and of course paired with a 4-speed transmission.

Now it sports a strong 427 FE, which he broke a couple of times at the drag strip, and just recently finished rebuilding it.

Check out the shared video and see how this vehicle runs and sounds awesome.

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