The car that introduced luxury to more Australians than any other in the 1960s
The 1968 ZB Ford Fairlane was a mild face lifted version of the 1967 ZA series but now offering a 302ci V8 Windsor engine. The popularity of the Fairlane grew rapidly and it soon became a leader in its class. Cars at a similar level of luxury were often double the price. Total production for the Ford Fairlane ZB series was 10,708.
Ford advertising for the 1968 Ford Fairlane stated: “This is the luxury motorcar that more people move up to than any other car”.
*** Original car that hasn’t been messed with, The Original rims x 4 are also available ***
** Mechanically A1 this ZB drives beautifully, Inspection and test drive will not disappoint! **
Body style: Steel integrated body/chassis four door sedan
Engine: 4942cc V8 with overhead valves & single downdraft carburettor
Power & torque: 156kW @ 4600rpm, 407Nm @ 2600rpm
Performance: 0-96km/h 10.9 seconds, 0-400 metres 16.8 seconds
Transmission: Three-speed automatic
Suspension: Independent with coil springs, upper & lower control arms, telescopic shock absorbers and anti-roll bar (f) Live axle with semi-elliptic springs and telescopic shock absorbers (r)
Brakes: Disc or drum (f) drum (r) with power assistance
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