Fitted with a 260 cubic inch (4.3L) V8, this car was one of 12,431 Ford Fairlane 500 Sports Coupes made for 1964. It looks stunning in Wimbledon White with black interior. 1964 marked the end of any kind of fin on the Fairlane.
The 500 models were the top of the line for the Fairlane series. This meant better trim levels including chrome window mouldings, a twin-spear moulding that ran the length of the car (with a color accent fill between them in either red, black or white), armrests on all of the doors and a chrome horn ring. The 500 series even had carpets!
This was the last year for the 260 cubic inch V8, leaving the 289 cubic inch V8 in its place.
Back when this was new, a Fairlane 500 Sports Coupe would have cost you $2,591 for the base V8.