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1982 Ford DURANGO FAIRMONT Futura Coupe RARE CUSTOM 1981 81 82

1982 Ford Fairmont DURANGO for sale in Turlock, California, United States

Item location: Turlock, California, United States
Make: Ford
Model: Fairmont
SubModel: DURANGO
Type: Coupe
Trim: Futura Coupe 2-Door
Year: 1982
Mileage: 89,400
VIN: 1FABP22BXCK126816
Color: Brown
Power options: Air Conditioning
Fuel: Gasoline
Transmission: Automatic
Drive type: RWD
Interior color: beige
Options: Sunroof
Vehicle Title: Clear
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Description for Ford Fairmont 1982

RARE1982 FORD DURANGO. Yes. This is an ORIGINAL 1982 FORD DURANGO. The Durango runs and drives good. Overall a nice piece of RARE HISTORY. Mechanically in very solid shape. A/C & Heat in good working order. All lights and electronics are functional. Has 4 matching tires with at least 80% tread left. Since this is a 1982 model. it is one of the LAST Durango's ever produced. ONLY 3 OWNERS. ONLY 89. 00 ORIGINAL MILES. HAS NOT ROLLED OVER. Car is almost entirely original. with the exception of a aftermarket Kenwood removable deck. THE MAJORITY OF THE FOLLOWING IS FROM WIKIPEDIA. IT GIVES SOME OF THE BEST AND ACCURATE INFORMATION THAT I HAVE FOUND ON THE FORD DURANGO. HISTORYThe Ford Durango is a 2-passenger coupe utility that was sold by Ford Motor Company in the early 1980s. Produced out of a joint venture between Ford Motor Company and National Coach Corporation of Los Angeles. California. the Durango was sold during the 1981 and very early 1982 model years. Intended as a replacement for the Ford Ranchero. which had ceased production at the end of the 1979 model year. the Durango competed against the newly downsized Chevrolet El Camino. Design New Ford Fairmonts were delivered to National Coach Corporation. which modified the body; the version used for the conversion was the 2-door Fairmont Futura coupe. Modification of the body involved removal of the roof behind the B-pillar. removing the trunk and rear seat area and then inserting a fiberglass cargo bed behind the front seats. After conversion. they were sold by Ford dealers nationwide. Durangos were powered by the venerable Ford 200 cubic-inch inline six. No production records were kept by either Ford or National Coach. and estimates vary - but most say between 80 and 212 units were built. The Pickup. Van and 4WD magazine from December 1981 features an article about the Durango that states: "The project had been planned for an earlier date in 1981 than that which was finally achieved. so only a little over 100 units were assembled before the current-year model went out of production. "Links:http://jalopnik. com/390648/another-ford-fairmont-durango-for-sale-can-you-resist-the-foxcheroI Have more pictures upon request. Please ask any questions prior to bidding. Thank you.

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