Early Fairlanes were where the famous Ford small-block got its start, even being called the "Fairlane V-8" in its adolescence. First coming to market as a 221ci engine, then bumped up to the 260ci, which was also the first V-8 in the Falcon and Mustang, and eventually maturing into the 289 and 302 small-block that Ford used right up until the early 2000s in the Explorer. Shannon Davis' '63 Fairlane is powered by one of these venerable engines, a '64 289 with '63 Hi-Po heads, a rare Edelbrock X-F8 cross ram intake and two Holley 550cfm four-barrel carbs. Keeping the classic vibe flowing to the rear, Shannon rows a Top Loader four-speed and there's a 4.57-geared 9-inch out back twisting the Pro Trac P275/60R15s. Shannon's ride took a Best Ford Muscle Classic award.