This car is no longer for sale after the seller removed it from eBay with a notice saying it was no longer available. We assume that means that this incredibly clean, all-original, 1969 Ford Fairlane 428 Super Cobra Jet Drag Pack survivor sold for the asking price of $165,000. That is a considerable sum for any car, but this is perhaps the cleanest and most original 1969 Ford Fairlane 428 Super Cobra Jet Drag Pack car on the planet.
The red beauty has only 1,100 miles and is a one-owner car. How someone bought such a cool factory hot rod in the late ’60s and never drove it, we don’t know. The exterior is 100 percent original with the factory Candy Apple Red paint and original tires. The car has the original build sheet, bill of sale from Metro Ford, and the original order sheet from the dealership.
Other paperwork with the car included all manuals, owner warranty card, original loan papers, paper floor mats, and a mint condition cobra jacket. Everything on the car, expect the mufflers, are original assembly line date code parts. The mufflers were replaced shortly after the current owner bought the car. The sale did come with NOS FoMoCo mufflers and H pipe.
The car has the original Autolite group 27 battery and heatshield, but the battery is dead. The interior is black and perfect with the protective plastic still on the seatbelts, and the left side carpet protector plastic is still in place. The heavily optioned car incudes the 428 cubic-inch Super Cobra Jet V8, Drag Pack 3.91 gears, Ram Air, bucket seats, F70x14 Polyglas RWL tires, AM radio, and power steering. The car was also fitted with power disc brakes, color-keyed mirrors, tach, and Ford Deluxe Air Conditioning. Fairlane fans should check out this rare 1968 Ford Fairlane.