Some muscle cars are rare, however this 1966 Ford Fairlane GT-X it’s close to nonexistence, because it is one and the only example ever built. It was built back in the ‘65 when the golden muscle car era was on the risen. Ford built this Fairlane GT-X as a Go Show Car and had his premiere at 1966 Detroit Auto Show.
Because every producer had his show car back in the ‘60s, Ford decided to make this 1966 Ford Fairlane GT-X Prototype was very special and exclusive. Because of that, they have equipped this Fairlane GT-X with some unique features, especially exterior and interior design, which was designed and painted by Gene Winfield.
From the technical point of view, Ford did not want anything less, therefore for the first time they’ve put a 427 cubic-inch V8 big-block engine in this 1966 Ford Fairlane GT-X. Also, it is equipped with an Ansen shifter, M/T valve covers, Hurst shocks, very special Hurst Mags, and hood scoops that were originally designed for this Fairlane GT-X, where after that Chevy and Dodge used that design in their vehicles.