Foxy Monday: 1979 Ford Fairmont Futura

In a strange coincidence, we got a handful of tips for some nice Fox body cars from various tippers this weekend, so I’m feeling it’s time for a Foxy Friday Feature…oh…wait…it is Monday. Foxy Monday works too. What does that mean? You won’t see any El Caminos on the pages of Daily Turismo today, unless they are on a Fox Body Platform which from 1977 through 1993 had a MacPherson strut up front and live stick-beam axle out back and was the home of Ford’s Fairmont, Durango, Granada, LTD, Mustang, Thunderbird, and Mercury’s Zephyr, Cougar, Marquis, Capri, and Lincoln’s Continental, Mark VII. This first feature of our Foxy Monday is a Fairmont which was the first Ford vehicle to sit on the unibody Fox platform and this version is the sweet Futura version that had a bizarrely large wrap-over B-Pillar that was reminiscent of the similar vintage Thunderbird but without opera windows. Strange times for automotive design, but I think it looks cool today. Find this 1979 Ford Fairmont Futura offered for $8000 in Fontana, CA via craigslist. Tip from Rock On!

From the seller:

1979 ford fairmont
condition: excellent
cylinders: 8 cylinders
drive: rwd
fuel: gas
odometer: 87000
paint color: brown
title status: clean
transmission: manual
type: coupe

1979 Ford Fairmont. All original, had been in garage. With only 87,000 miles. Factory 302 with a 4 speed manual transmission. Second owner. In excellent shape, runs good just pass smog test.

See a better way to drive into the futura?