While the 1967 Fairlane engine bay would accommodate any of the Ford V8 powerplants, only 229 cars came equipped with the monstrous 427 V8 from the factory, and there is a reason for that. As stated by Ford in the new owner letter, these muscle cars were not intended for highway cruising or daily drivers. They were the street version of a NHRA Super Stock race car.
Besides being a very well preserved example, the 1967 Ford Fairlane featured is nothing special in terms of appearance or options. However, its drivetrain makes the car very exciting when you’re not afraid to step on it. High compression 427 FE engine topped with dual four barrel carbs and dressed with go-fast goodies, this beast was factory rated at 425hp and 480 pounds of torque.
Check out the video to see the story of this 1967 Ford Fairlane 427 told by Kevin Oeste.