1967 Ford Fairlane With Straight Pipes Sounds Immense

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Stephen Strope from Pure Vision Designs has turned this 1967 Ford Fairlane from grocery getter to the wonderful beast you see here.

The car started as a regular six cylinder plain Jane, out of Texas. Mr. Strope and crew then dropped in a 427-cu in SOHC racing engine, but the script was also to make this car a daily driver.

‘Mildly tuned to about 650 hp’, handmade shock towers, upper and lower control arms and spindles, added adjustable control torsion bar and lots of custom fabrication.

The sum total of the work has resulted in a ride that looks stock, but with enough racing features to wake the dead.
Just check out the sound of this thing as they go for a cruise.

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