In the mid 60s the term full-size meant “FULL”size and mid-sized meant not as big, and that’s where the Ford Fairlane fit into the lineup. Not so big as to require a harbor pilot’s license to guide it down the street but big enough to put a few friends in it and enjoy a drive-in movie. Not including those in the trunk. To spice things up the powers that be at Ford created the GTA trim package to compliment the sleek lines of the sheet metal which included a full console with floor shift and bucket seats. But, the big news was the GTA was powered by the big block 390 V-8 Engine and a C6 transmission with said console and floor shifter. This is one is a nicely done version of a true GTA with Marti Report. It is not totally correct having the color changed to Black Cherry and the seats recovered in Black it is a striking color combination. The 4 barrel 390 runs strong and has complete dual exhaust system that starts with headers runs through a set Flowmasters and exits out the back The transmission works great and it goes down the road like you would expect it to. The power steering adds to the driving pleasure along with the stylish Magnum 500 Wheels and radial tires for a look and road feel that make set it apart. Here is a California built car that moved to Texas and came to us from there. This one has a super look and style and the very desirable air conditioning option that works. You don't see GTAs very often and if you are looking for a mid-sized Ford with some style and a little kick, don't miss out.