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the
"Tiffani"
1969 Ford Fairlane 500 Fastback

The
"Tiffani"
69 Fairlane Fastback
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1969 Ford Fairlane 500 Fastback information
The Fastback Sportsroof model was introduced in the Fairlane 500 series in 1968
Prices in 1969
$2,848 for the hardtop, $2,823 for the fastback, $3,073 for the convertible.
Options:
They included a standard 302 cid V8, bucket seats, console, name badges, specific
striping and trim, deluxe wheelcovers, and a lighting package. Muscle car options included
a 390 cid V8, and the 390 bhp 427 cid V8 for the first half of the year. It was replaced
mid-year by the new Cobra Jet 428, rated at 335 bhp. A Super Cobra Jet version was also
available.
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More 1969 Ford Fairlane 500 Fastback information
Production:
The Fairlane 500 fastback GT was included in the Torino line.
1969 Production: Torino GT 2D Fastback: 61,319

Engine Options:
For 1969, Ford dropped the 289, making the two-barrel F-code 302 again standard in the
Torino GT, but now with 220hp. The 351 that Ford introduced that year became the
optional small-block V-8, in either two-barrel (250hp, H-code) or four-barrel (290hp,
M-code) form (Windsor, not Cleveland). Big-blocks came in the guise of the 320hp Y-code
390, the 335hp Q-code non-Ram Air 428 Cobra Jet and the 360hp R-code Ram Air 428.
Ford did not offer the Boss 302 or the Boss 429 in 1969 Torino GTs.
More 1969 Ford Fairlane 500 Fastback information
Production:
The Fairlane 500 fastback GT was included in the Torino line.
1969 Production: Torino GT 2D Fastback: 61,319
Transmissions:
For 1969, Ford eliminated the three-speed manual transmission; the small-blocks
retained the C-4 and Toploader; and the big-blocks kept the C-6 and Toploader. However,
the 351 used the FMX cast-iron transmission instead of the C-4.
Air Conditioning?
Most Ford literature claims that the company never installed air conditioning on cars with a
manual transmission because the higher rpms associated with manual transmissions
could lead to thrown belts. Ford's records show that it did install air conditioning and
manual transmissions on about 100 cars.
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