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 1960-61 Ford Fairlane & AM/FM/Stereo Radio 
 1960-61 Ford Fairlane & AM/FM/Stereo Radio 
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 1962 (late) and 1963 Ford Fairlane AM/FM/Stereo Radio 
 1962 (late) and 1963 Ford Fairlane AM/FM/Stereo Radio 
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 1964 Ford Fairlane AM/FM/Stereo Radio 
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The Ford Fairlane has many masks. Some see it as one of the original economy car or your grandma's car. It was the ugly duckling of the early '60s. They were kind of dumpy; they came in four doors too, ugh. But then in 1964 something happened. Ford decided to take on all comers in drag racing. The Fairlane was considered a small car (even though it was really more mid-sized) and most smart people knew that if you put a big engine in a small car you'd go really fast. Ford knew this and so the Thunderbolt was born. There were only a hundred or so made but they were awesome. All the top drag racers of the time lined up and begged Ford for one. They had the big 427 side oiler and were stripped of any unnecessary parts to lighten it up even more and they were fast. Many records were made and many legends were born. Now nearly every '64 Fairlane is said to be a Thunderbolt, which of course there not. Even better is now the Fairlane is ripe material for the hot rodder. The old econo-box is now a genuine street terror.


As good as your classic ride looks, the sound system was lacking. Bad speakers and bad radios just ruined a classic ride. Sure in some of your rides you can listen to the hum or cackle of your engine but not everyone has a built up motor. Well guess what, the great people at Antique Automobile Radio have all the bases covered. They have the top of the line radio and speakers that will make your car sound so sweet. Modern technology wrapped up in a factory appearing package. No one will even know you don't have the stock radio installed! Even better is the installation. Easy to follow instructions and no cutting of your dash. Seriously, if you've ever installed a radio before this will be as easy as riding a bicycle. Antique Automobile Radio has done all the work for you. No eight hour installs or cutting yourself trying to figure out how to jam that new radio into the stock dash. Also you won't have to hang it off the bottom of your dash. That's just ugly and why go through all the work when Antique Automobile Radio has done it for you! They have high standards and only the best quality work gets released to you. Their radios go through rigorous testing before anything is sold. Remember this is not just a reproduction radio. This is a complete revamp of the factory piece. This is modern craftsmanship and modern parts. No more old dead bulbs since you get LED lights that will never need replacing and you can also hook up your CD or satellite device and hear all your favorite tunes that you want. That means you don't have to slog through commercial after commercial on local stations. The music you want, when you want it. You won't go wrong with an Antique Automobile Radio system.