Newly built 427 (484 cu/in) stroker

All the Ford Sisters...Falcon, Mustang, Maverick & Fairlane, etc. Try and keep your post relevant for Comet users
Post Reply
User avatar
fairlaniac
Posts: 227
Joined: Wed May 07, 2014 7:37 am
Location: Denver, PA

Newly built 427 (484 cu/in) stroker

Post by fairlaniac »

Just got the engine finished and everything put back together.

http://www.fairlanet.com/images/IMG_0775.MOV
Doug Bender
1964 Comet Caliente
1966 Fairlane 427/4 Spd
Image

User avatar
SASSY
Moderator
Posts: 4932
Joined: Fri Jan 06, 2006 11:32 pm
Location: Wynndel, BC CANADA

Re: Newly built 427 (484 cu/in) stroker

Post by SASSY »

Beautiful car! Congrats on getting it back together!
How's the 64 coming?
I'd rather do it myself if it's done right or not,,,isn't that what hotrodding is all about?
Image

popscomet
Posts: 9679
Joined: Sat Jan 01, 2011 10:19 pm
Location: Jacksonville, Arkansas

Re: Newly built 427 (484 cu/in) stroker

Post by popscomet »

A 66/67 Fairlane is my most favorite car....I sold my 67 sb 4spd to help pay for my cobra about 22yrs ago,,,when the young man and his dad came to get it,,I honestly tried my best to talk him into takeing my red comet instead,,,both were sitting side by side all fresh and shinny,,,,but he had his heart set on the Fairlane,,you have a super good looking and sounding one for sure....thank you and good luck …….POP
Image
pop/glenda

comethead
Posts: 5523
Joined: Sun Nov 09, 2003 6:44 pm
Location: Palmdale, CA

Re: Newly built 427 (484 cu/in) stroker

Post by comethead »

Wow that’s beautiful! Congrats!!

Joe
1965 Caliente HT- 289/4 speed
1964 Falcon HT- track car- 302/4 speed
Image

User avatar
fairlaniac
Posts: 227
Joined: Wed May 07, 2014 7:37 am
Location: Denver, PA

Re: Newly built 427 (484 cu/in) stroker

Post by fairlaniac »

SASSY wrote:
Wed Apr 15, 2020 2:55 pm
Beautiful car! Congrats on getting it back together!
How's the 64 coming?
Comet took a break. Time to get back on it.
Doug Bender
1964 Comet Caliente
1966 Fairlane 427/4 Spd
Image

User avatar
SASSY
Moderator
Posts: 4932
Joined: Fri Jan 06, 2006 11:32 pm
Location: Wynndel, BC CANADA

Re: Newly built 427 (484 cu/in) stroker

Post by SASSY »

Cool, in your signature pic it looks to be going 100mph to start with,
should be real fast when done!
Fred
I'd rather do it myself if it's done right or not,,,isn't that what hotrodding is all about?
Image

Post Reply