Ford Fairlane LIMO [PRICE DROP]
So here's something I know for a fact. Whatever you do in your life, it's more fun when you're doing it in a limousine.
Think about it.
Friend's wedding? More fun in a limo.
Night out clubbing? More fun in a limo.
Winery tour of the Yarra Valley? More fun in a limo.
Weekend at Meredith, Golden Plains, Boogie, etc? WAAAAAAY more fun in a limo.
Anyway, this old, rusty heap of shit has proven itself to be one of the greatest investments of my life. I bought it about five years ago for six grand, spent an afternoon covering up a couple of rusty spots with bog and a black spraycan, put it on club rego and had some of the best fun I've ever had.
We've done beach trips, mountain trips, winery tours, and MANY trips to Meredith and Boogie, and every moment was brilliant. I wouldn't change it for the world.
It's been mostly reliable since I've had it, only conking out twice in thousands of km of trips.
Once because we ran out of fuel, but when you've got eight people in the car and the road's pretty flat, turns out that's no drama you just push the old girl along until you find a servo! The other time something died... I can't remember what it was now to be honest, my mate's a mechanic and replaced it for me. Might have been a fuel solenoid or something. Anyway, it's fixed now.
The motor was brand-new rebuilt when I bought it, new cylinder head and many other fresh parts. You can still see it's cleaner than the rest of the engine bay!
She hasn't seen much use in about 18 months and the battery is cooked. Still starts first turn of the key when you jump it though, and runs beautifully.
To get a RWC you'll need a new right front indicator lens, and cover up a couple of rust spots with bog and a spray can. Everything else looks pretty good.
This car is not suitable for hiring out or any kind of business use. It's been a party car for ten years and it looks like it. The interior is mostly okay but it has a few rips and stuff.
It's not suitable for restoration. It's suitable for partying in.
Each owner will continue to cover up the rust with bog and sell it to the next group of yahoos every five years until she literally snaps in half and she returns to the earth from whence she came (or, more likely, gets crushed into a cube and sent to China to return as a washing machine or some sh*t).
Get a few mates to chip in a thousand bucks each, and you'll have five times more fun than you ever thought possible.
Looking for a quick and easy cash sale, with only one rule; limo drivers wear hats, so you HAVE to wear the hat while driving it. If you don't agree to wear the hat, I'm not selling you the car.
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