Affordable, top-down fun, this 1963 Ford Falcon is the daily-driver hobby car. It has a great vintage look, the thrifty six-cylinder engine is easy on the gas, and nobody else will even guess just how affordable it really is. This is not a perfect car, but it does have an awful lot of charm. You might remember Brad Pitt driving a similar car at the end of Oceans Eleven although this one is a lot nicer in every way. Its clean and honest, with an endearing personality that makes these a great place to start when you begin collecting. So if youre a guy ready to do some shows and have some fun with a cool car that doesnt need fussing, this is it. Traditional code M Wimbledon White paint presents extremely well, and thats the original color so it works well without looking dated. The bodywork underneath is in good order, with doors that fit well and close without a major slam, and the Mustangs little brother does look rather dashing with that hood scoop and cool fender-top ornaments. Mini Galaxie taillights continue the Ford look and the Futura model represented the top-of-the-line in 1963, so theres a bit of extra trim to make it sparkle. The grille is in excellent shape, the bumpers shine up nicely, and the red body side moldings show off good panel alignment. Someone spent quite a bit of money making this car look this good. The code 85A red bucket seat interior is how this car was ordered originally and it all remains in very good condition overall; perfect for just jumping in heading out on the road. The vinyl buckets are an unusual find in a Falcon, offering pleated details and correct materials, so it has a 60s sensibility without looking beat up and the red carpets are the correct texture and pile so they look right. The instrument panel and steering wheel are in great shape for being more than 50 years old now and the console between the seats is useful as well as somewhat rare. The factory AM radio is still in the dash, but like most Falcons, thats about it for options. The door panels are beautifully rendered, especially for a car in this price class, and the trunk is nicely outfitted with a reproduction plaid mat and a full-sized spare tire with cover. Theres also a white power convertible top that fits rather well and has a clear plastic rear window. The 170 cubic inch inline-six is a good choice in the lightweight Falcon, with peppy road manners around town and good fuel economy. Its correctly detailed with black paint on the block and Ford Red valve cover and air filter, and it really looks good in the otherwise all-black engine bay. Its quite clean in there, suggesting a car thats been well-maintained, and with an automatic transmission behind it, its a willing powerplant that goes about its business without a lot of fussing. Maintenance will be a snap and youll be surprised by the smooth torque it puts out. The underside is likewise in very good order and mostly original, with a single exhaust system for a period-correct six-cylinder grumble. 185/80/13 wide whitewalls really dress up the Falcon like one of its big brothers, and stock hubcaps finish the look. This high-quality Falcon convertible has proven to be quite reliable and goes down the road just like youd expect, making it a great choice as an entry-level hobby car. Call today!
Heres a cool little hot rod!! 1962 Ford Falcon. Car has a balanced .040 over 289 with 302 heads, 3 duce Holley carb setup, 303 cam, complete MSD ignition, Griffin aluminum radiator and a Concept One pulley setup. Has Alston power rack and pinion steering and Vintage Air. Front suspension is adjustable tubular control arms, coil-over shocks and Wilwood disc brakes. Has subframe connectors and adjustable strut braces under the hood. Rear suspension is leaf springs with adjustable shocks and a narrowed 8.8 ford rear. Transmission is a T10 four speed. This car is not a $100,000 restoration. It is, however, a very nice hot rod that can proudly be displayed and be a barrell of fun to drive!!!
Here is something a little bit different for your entertainment. A car you dont see on the road every day. A convertible from the days of black and white TVs when Ford sponsored shows like the TV series Hazel . Check out this time machine. You may decide its exactly what you need to escape in and relax a bit. There is just something right about red convertibles. This one in particular. The Falcon was redesigned in 64, and again in 66. So, there is only a few of these cars out there. The last convertible Falcon ever was produced in June of 65. In the redesign, it was squared off and given sleeker body lines to appeal to the younger crowd. A nice chrome bumper leads the way with a sharp looking eggcrate grill containing the headlights just above it. Down the side of the car is a body line that tapers wider toward the rear and is highlighted in chrome. At the rear of the car, a shorter, flatter trunk lid picks up the top body line from the side of the car and carries it all the way across and around to the other side. They kept the round taillights which still looked great and dressed up the panel between them with some brushed aluminum just over the chrome bumper. As great as the outside of this car looks, the real star of this show is the interior. Open the door and you are greeted by a black, horizontally pleated door panel with a brushed metal band separating the top from the bottom sections. The upper section has a Futura emblem with a red, white and blue stripe running through it. Next, you cant help but notice the super cool looking seats. Black vinyl with red pleated inserts and gold piping. Sweet! Have a seat and check out the black steering wheel with the semi-circular horn ring and Falcon center. The dash is black with chrome and polished aluminum too. A wide speedometer with a big sweeping needle is flanked by two pods with the basic engine gauges in them. An AM radio sits in the center, and the glovebox emblazoned with Falcon is off on the right. The power convertible top looks good up or down and gets to either position at the touch of a button. If you appreciate the way things used to be, you will like the drivetrain in this car. Hot rod V8s are nice, but they are not for everyone. If you enjoy slowing down a bit to enjoy the ride, then relax and enjoy the smooth, gentle power of the 200-cubic inch in line 6-cylinder engine in this car. It sits in a neat and clean engine bay and looks good with its orange air filter and valve cover. There are signs of regular maintenance with newer plugs, cap, rotor and wires, and there is easy access to everything with this design, so if you are mechanically inclined, you might want to handle those things yourself. Another fun feature is that you get to shift it with the 3-speed column shifter. Just like the old days. Days that some of the youngsters today should maybe get a taste of. The rubber meets the road through 185/80R13 white wall tires mounted on steel wheels with wired, spinner hub caps. Come on down and check out this classic convertible. It will take you back. And forth. And on adventures in sweet top down style.
1962 Falcon Futura. 170 Cid six cylinder engine. One OwnerSubstantially same as original. Interior refurbished with new carpet and front seats reupholstered. Repainted original color (Rangon Red). Installed a new radio, but still have the original factory installed radio. Also includes repair manual and some spare parts.
A red convertible with bucket seats, four-on-the-floor, and a V8 under the hood is exactly what we all love. So take a look at this 1963 Ford Falcon Futura, because it gets it right, and it does it right from the start. This is a Falcon for those who like a hint of aggressive nature. Mag wheels, classic Firestone Wide Oval tires, and wide dual exhaust tips are all great sports car pieces, but this convertible goes further. It was upgraded to red paint later in life to give it a very sleek personality. Plus, everything from the hint of a hood scoop to the spear-like full-length side trim are great touches of sportiness. So this really does have that kind of appearance youll love to just take on the open road. And wherever you arrive, this one even has a story to tell. This Falcon was originally ordered for Fords #22 Charlotte sales region, which means it likely spent most of its 55 years right near our showroom! While the black folding roof looks great against the exterior, the red interior with the red exterior is what youll really love. It has a slightly deeper tone inside to give this drop top a European-like impression. Bucket seats and a floor shifter are exactly what you want in a drivers classic. Speaking of classic, the bright trim on the center console, flowing across the dash, embedded in the seats, and so much more gives this a terrific vintage appeal. But youll also notice some fun upgrades like the wood-like appearance of the steering wheel (it goes well with the classic Aoogah horn) and the AM/FM/cassette stereo w/digital tuner that provides better driving tunes. The motor is the same 260 cubic-inch V8 that found a home in the early Mustangs. This power plant is presented nicely in the engine bay with the bright air topper and the famous Ford blue on the valve covers and engine block. You also see the signs of good care with well-maintained belts, hoses, and wiring. Even the correct FoMoCo washer fluid bag is in place! With this kind of tidy presentation, it should be no surprise that the motor fires right up, and it even gives a hint of the classic V8 rumble thanks to the dual exhaust. Out on the road, the control of the four-speed manual transmission and the Falcons lightweight nature combine to make terrific classic convertible driving experience. Bright, complete, and truly interesting this is the droptop classic thats both a driver and has a story to tell. So dont let this Falcon get away, call today!
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Rare, interesting, and upgraded, this 1964 Ford Falcon Sedan Delivery was restored by Falcon experts to be one of the most interesting classics around. When was the last time you saw a Falcon Sedan Delivery? In fact, we bet you might not have ever even seen one in-person before. After all, there are records that indicate that less than 800 of these were produced in 1964. So yeah, there are exotic sports cars out there with larger production numbers than this Ford. It does have a striking look to go with its rarity. The factory-correct Burgundy paint was redone during its restoration at The Falcon Farm a few years ago, and it still retains a nice luster today. This special Falcon has the silhouette of a Nomad-style wagon, and the long side panels that are the perfect place to hang a logo for your fictitious hot rod shop (or maybe a real logo, too!). The sporty look continues with the full-length spear side trim, bright dual exhaust tips, and 14-inch wheels that look like they were borrowed from a Shelby GT350 a not-so-distant relative of this Falcon. Inside is the perfect mix of vintage and new. After all, you have the cool black and chrome appearance of the 1960s, but now there are also the best in modern amenities like ice-cold air conditioning and an AM/FM/CD stereo. You slip behind the factory-style wheel, and the extra-long speedo flanked by secondary gauges instantly reminds you of its Mustang sibling. Just in case you didnt pick up on that clue, those leather bucket seats youre sitting in are the extra comfy ones borrowed from a Fox-body Mustang GT. But this is proudly a Falcon. Thats why you have emblems on everything from the dash, to running across the fully upholstered large cargo bay. But the best upgrade is saved for under the hood. The engine is a hidden gem. While subtle and tastefully upgraded on the exterior, this roller 302 with GT40 heads breathes strong and can be not-so-subtle when need be. Still, when you look beyond the style of the bright air topper, finned valve covers, and tidy hoses, theres the substance of some great performance upgrades. This includes a Holley four-barrel carburetor and a performance intake. All of this extra power makes a nice tone out of the dual exhaust. Plus, on the road, the lightweight body and enhanced power moves this van/wagon in a hurry. And you get to enjoy this V8 to the fullest thanks to the upgrade to a five-speed manual transmission. Plus, with power steering and front disc brakes, this is an easy anytime driver. Theres even a Champion aluminum radiator to keep you running cool in traffic. Complete with restoration photos, this is the rare Ford Falcon that is an impressive total package. Its offered today for quite a nice price. So you know you need to hurry if you want to take it home. Call now!
Ford knew that not all people who bought a compact were willing to miss out on premium features. For those who desired V8 power and style with their lightweight cars, there was the 1963 Ford Falcon Sprint. So if youre looking for a quite authentic and premium classic, read on... The Ford Falcon has really come into its own in the classic car market. No longer just the car that fathered the Mustang, the sensible style has matured into an instantly recognizable flair. This is especially seen on the top of the line Futura trim with Sprint package. Its premium status means this Falcon is dressed up with plenty of jewelry, ranging from the arrow-shaped side trim, to the neat little bombsight fender ornaments up front. Even the wire wheels are correct. It all looks great on a straight hardtop body that is in its factory-correct shade of Peacock Blue. In fact, this coupe has exceptionally low mileage thanks to spending the majority of its life with one owner, and three decades of that in storage. And since this Falcon was originally ordered for Fords #22 Charlotte sales region, it likely spent the last half-century right near our showroom! The interior is a two-tone light and dark turquoise vinyl, which is how the car came from the factory. The dual colors make for a uniform appearance on the door panels, dash, and seats. It all coordinates so well with the exterior that youll love keeping all the windows of this pillar-less hardtop down so everyone can get a good look inside. Youll also love showing off the time-capsule like setup where even the factory-style AM radio is still on display. But more than just look vintage, this is a drivers machine. Thats why you get the bucket seats with a stylized center console in-between. The grip of the correct grooved steering wheel is what classic car motoring is all about. Stuffing a 260 cubic-inch V8 in a lightweight car works really well... just ask Carroll Shelby. In this Falcon, it makes for entertaining acceleration around town, and its a lot of fun to play with thanks to its three-speed manual transmission. That V8 nestled between the shock towers just seems to be a cool reminder of the Mustang linage. As a bonus, its believed to be original to the car, and so the added polished components mean you get to show it off and talk about the V8. This is a true all-around classic hardtop with style and substance. Fully sorted and ready to run, this great looking Falcon will be flying out of our showroom soon. Call now!
Ford knew that not all people who bought a compact were willing to miss out on premium features. For those who desire style and comfort with their lightweight cars, there was the 1964 Ford Falcon Futura convertible. The Falcon has really come into its own in the classic car market. No longer just the car that fathered the Mustang, the sensible style has matured into an instantly recognizable profile. In fact, these second-generation Falcons seemed to strike a nice balance between American flair and European sensibilities, and the Vintage Burgundy paint represents this perfectly. After all, the deeper hue has the attractiveness of red, but a more sophisticated tone that makes this drop top look more refined. But then you also get those true American touches like the extra wide chrome bumpers, bright factory wheel covers, and Futura-specific aggressive side streak trim that looks like an arrow pointing this Falcon forward. With the flick of a switch the power convertible top opens this Falcon to the world. So if you like the way the black roof looks against the burgundy paint, then youll like the black interior even better. Bucket seats with a center console are what we all want in a classic 60s machine, and these look like there has been all the right care and investment over the years. Thats why the ribbed texture is crisp, and its complete, right down to the insignia trim. In fact, speaking of trim, just like the exterior, the bright trim is plentiful and tasteful. You see it in the console, door panels, and sweeping across the dash. You slip behind the factory-style wheel, and the extra long speedo flanked by secondary gauges instantly reminds you of its Mustang sibling. The inline-six motor has the kind of honest appearance that people love at car shows these days. In fact, this one is already a local award winner, and we bet the tidy setup has a lot to do with that. The bold color on the block, valve cover, and air topper radiate nicely from within the dark engine bay. And this one looks correct, right down to the FoMoCo coolant retention bag. Since you have complete control over it all with a four-speed, manual transmission, this lightweight Falcon has a nice amount of extra spring in its step going down the road. This Falcon Futura is that fun and affordable classic drop top thats turn-key ready to put a smile on your face. But youre not the only one who recognizes a good value, so dont miss out. Call now!
This 1969 Ford Falcon is one of the most attractive and seldom-seen American cars from the 60s. So when you can find an example with a powerful V8 upgrade, all the right supporting components, and a terrific price, you know this is right mix of value and distinction youll love. The third generation Falcon is arguably one of Fords best designs of the era. After all, it takes the American Coke-bottle sheetmetal styling and adds some European flair. So theres already a nice appeal here before you look at the upgrades. The sliver paint has a metallic element that looks great in the sunshine, and even the black painted hood insert has a metal flake. Plus, you can instantly tell this one has some nice upgraded power by the custom hood scoop and modern 17-inch REV alloys. The added black hood stripe on the exterior makes for a nice coordination with the full black interior. Theres plenty of original trim to give this a nice classic-style presentation, but thats not what you really love. The Grant GT sports steering wheel, and Hurst Pro-Matic 2 shifter are all part of a package that tells your senses this has been upgraded even before you twist the key and hear this Ford roar. These third-generation Falcons topped out at 302 cubic-inches from the factory. Thats a fine motor, but having a 351ci upgrade is a true advantage in power. Plus, it has been enhanced further with go-fast goodies like an Edelbrock four-barrel carburetor, Edelbrock intake, and long tube headers that add even more power while also contributing to the rumble of the dual exhaust. As you look over the photos, youre also going to see the right supporting components for this extra power. This includes traction bars, front disc brakes, and modern performance tires. The stout C4 three-speed automatic transmission even has a shift kit to keep you in the powerband. Distinction and power meet affordability, and so if youre quick enough, this custom Falcon can be yours. Call now!
With its V8 power, four-on-the-floor, perfect color combination, and freshly restored condition, its hard to beat this 1963 Ford Falcon Futura convertible for vintage top-down fun. And when you see the upgrades from the larger motor to the A/C interior youll realize how irresistible this classic really is. The Ford Falcon is the car that fathered the Mustang, and now that it has matured into vintage status, you can really see the grown-up appeal on this convertible. This is especially true when the economy car roots are erased on the top of the line Furura trim. Theres plenty of brightwork, including beautiful chrome bumpers, intricate grille, dual gunsight fender ornaments, and the afterburner-style tail lamps. And we especially love the arrow-like Futura side trim that seems to keep this convertible pointing forward. All of this shows exceptionally well against a recent professional application of the factory-correct Corinthian White. And while these are all terrifically correct pieces, there are some nice subtle upgrades. The half-chrome headlights and Mustang styled steel wheels hint at this droptops performance upgrade. The white roof looks nice in place, but with the flip of a switch, it powers down to reveal a stellar red interior. Not only is this a terrific color against the white exterior, but also all the red exterior accents (including within the side trim and hood scoop) make this look like a highly coordinated package with the roof down. More than just a great color, they made some very cool investments in this Falcon. The seats are the rare split-bench w/armrest with a design inspired by the first years of the Ford Mustang. As you look across the dash, everything is correctly in place, right down to the working clock. But then you also sport some more upgrades like retro-style AM/FM radio with digital tuner, three-spoke sports steering wheel (original comes with the sale, too,) and theres a modern R134a air conditioning system to keep you cool with the top down long into the summer season. While you saw some Mustang-inspired touches inside and out, the best one is under the hood. This has been upgraded to Fords 289 cubic-inch V8. More than just being larger than anything offered in for the Falcon in 63, this convertible has been further upgraded with a Holley four-barrel carburetor and Edelbrock intake. Plus, the dual exhaust has the sweet sound of power. So this Falcon can really fly, and you get full control of it all thanks to the four-speed manual transmission. And this restored classic also has thoughtful driving features like power steering and front disc brakes. Theres even aluminum radiator w/electric fan so you can run cool even in traffic with the A/C pumping. Complete with maintenance records, this is a very thoughtful restoration of a terrific vintage convertible. Complete classics like this are a rare sight, so dont miss your chance. Call today!!!
With a powerful V8 upgrade, A/C interior, overdrive transmission, and plenty of attitude, this is a distinct and fast 1962 Ford Falcon offered for quite a nice price. We love a nice upgraded Falcon because it takes the lightweight two-door classic and maximizes the fun. And while well get to the motor in a moment, you can also instantly see this one looks the part of a performance machine. The silver is an upgrade that happened later in life, and so it takes advantage of modern clearcoats. And freshly dipped bumpers, bright dual exhaust tips, and modern 14-inch polished alloys bring some serious shine on top of this. Still, even without these upgrades, the Falcon looked sporty directly from Ford. Vintage elements such as the afterburner-like taillights and a hint of a hood scoop already make this Falcon a great classic. The red interior looks great as its almost radiating against the silver exterior. It has plenty of classic elements on the door panels, dash, and bucket seats with bright console in the center. But once again, you can also tell there have been some nice investments upgrading this Falcon. There are great performance pieces like the B&M floor shifter and full auxiliary gauge package under the dash, including a large Sunpro tach. Plus, the addition of modern R134a air conditioning and a modern AM/FM/CD stereo w/Bluetooth mounted in the glovebox means you can enjoy this powerful package in total comfort. Under the hood you can instantly tell there has been an investment in speed. The bracer bar, polished valve covers, and matching air topper with callout give this a dose of flair. While the 62 Falcon didnt even get V8 power from the factory, this one is running strong with a 302 cubic-inch powerhouse. More than just the added displacement, it inhales deeply thanks to an Edelbrock four-barrel carburetor and Edelbrock intake. And shorty headers add even more power as they contribute to the rumble of the dual exhaust. There are even the right components to take advantage of the extra power, including traction bars and front disc brakes. And the four-speed automatic transmission has a shift kit so its ideal for both performance driving and overdrive cruising. This is the cool classic with plenty of power, comfort, and attitude. So when something like this interesting is also so affordable, you know you need to hurry to grab this deal. Call today!!!
Gateway Classic Cars of St. Louis is proud to offer a great little 1964 Ford Falcon. This coupe has been treated to a full restoration just 2,588 miles ago. Any rust was cut out and properly repaired, as well as body panels straightened and smoothed. The body is coated in a slick coat of silver with some satin black accents such as the hood and bumpers. The drivetrain has been nicely upgraded to a healthy 302 CID V8 with a nice Thumper Cam, Petronix distributor, flame thrower coil, and Edelbrock carburetor. The 302 is backed by a Tremec T-5 manual transmission. This is a popular upgrade for cars like this and for good reason. That extra gear makes highway cruising much easier and allows for comfortable use of 4.11 gears in this Falcon. With this setup, the Falcon has some great giddy up, but has plenty of stopping power as well with front disc brakes. Comfort was not neglected either, as Air Conditioning has been added to keep driver and passenger cool. Other nice upgrades include an aluminum radiator, digital gauges, and an aftermarket hood. This is a great little sleeper street terror ready for the next cruise night. You can see this 1964 Ford Falcon in greater detail in our St. Louis showroom or at www.GatewayClassicCars.com. Please contact 618-271-3000 or firstname.lastname@example.org with inquiries.
For sale in out Nashville Showroom is a one of a kind 1960 Ford Falcon. This is so far from being a standard Falcon that it makes my head spin. Powering this 1960 Ford Falcon for sale is a Ford 302CID V8 that was plucked out or a 1996 Ford Vehicle, hello EFI! Now you have the Power from 36years later firmly planted into this kicking little ride. Backing this powerhouse is a C4 3 speed automatic transmission, this is now giving you all of the range that could possibly be needed for this rocket ship. The Transmission in this Falcon is the replacement for the Power Glide 2 speed. Now we have the best of all the worlds. This 1960 Ford Falcon for sale is having all power tossed to the rear 8in Ford rear-end with a cruising 2:80 gear that is made for the highways! The PPG base and clear Purple paint will not be missed, I think it could be seen from the space station as they wonder what is the purple people eater doing? Ok let s get to the good stuff, this Falcon started it life having 4 doors and as you can see it does not have them anymore. The builder said, off with the doors and shortened this road beast 31 and inches, shortened the windshield 4inches, seating was plucked from a 1963 Porsche and the electric truck latching mechanism from a 1988 Lincoln. This 1960 Ford Falcon for sale has had so many surgery s it could be compared to the bionic man? Or how about just the most well thought our Falcon in the history of Falcons. This 1960 Ford Falcon for sale is rolling on Cragar wheels front and back and those are wrapped in Radial tires which is needed for the road gripping, corner carving, asphalt hamming power this falcon is ready to fly away and give to the next lucky owner. Options on this 1960 Ford Falcon include: am/fm/cd player, horse power, seat belts, radial tires wrapping chrome Cragar wheels. For more information on this beautiful 1960 Ford Falcon please call the Nashville showroom at 615-213-1800 or email us at email@example.com. http://www.gatewayclassiccars.com/NSH/584/1960-Ford-Falcon
Gateway Classic Cars is pleased to offer this awesome 1963 Ford Falcon for sale in their Indianapolis showroom. Finished in a fresh and shiny Porsche Guard Red paint, and matched to a beautifully redone vinyl interior, this little Falcon will surely turn heard no matter where you drive. The Falcon has been in the care of its current owner since 2005 and benefits from an extensive restoration to both the body, and the powertrain. And speaking of the powertrain this Falcon is no slouch! A professionally built 347 stroker hides beneath the hood, sending power through a 4-speed manual transmission. Coupled to the Magna Flow dual exhaust with stainless steel tips, the noise is sweet and serious you ll know this Falcon means business. The Falcon has travelled fewer than 5,000 miles since being completed in 2008, and the attention and care shows throughout the car. We have extensive documentation covering the restoration and engine build available for review. Be sure to visit our main web page, www.gatewayclassiccars.com to view 100+ HD pictures, as well as a short video of this amazing car in action. Better yet, stop by our Indianapolis showroom and see the truck in person. We re located at 4400 W. 96th Street, Indianapolis, In. 46268. Contact us directly at 317-688-1100. See you on the showroom floor! http://www.gatewayclassiccars.com/NDY/1121/1963-Ford-Falcon
For Sale in our Nashville Tennessee showroom is a red hot 1962 Ford Falcon. This 1962 Ford Falcon for sale is ready for the road and ready to give smiles per miles. Powering this 2 door Falcon for sale is a 144 CID I6, giving plenty of pep to its step this power house has the ability to scoot you right on down the road. Backing this power-plant is a 2 speed automatic transmission that can grab a gear with the best of them all while allowing you to have a peaceful cruise down the road. The exterior of this 1962 Ford Falcon for sale is a vibrant and hot deep red, giving this fun little cruiser a mean and stout look all while being sleek and sexy. As you climb into this fun little 1962 Ford Falcon for sale you can rest yourself on a soft and plush vinyl bench seat, buckle in and hold on as this car is meant to hit the streets and turn heads. Now is your chance to own a piece of history so don t wait because this Falcon can fly away! Options on this 1962 Ford Falcon for sale include: Am/FM/CD Player, Plush Vinyl interior, Radial tires that are wrapped around steel wheels that are adorned with Chrome hub caps. For more information please feel free to call the Nashville showroom at 615-213-1800 or visit us on the web at Nashville@gatewayclassiccars.com http://www.gatewayclassiccars.com/NSH/819/1962-Ford-Falcon
For sale at Gateway Classic Cars Nashville is this red hot 1965 Ford Falcon Convertible. Before the Mustang and other Pony cars came around, there was the Ford Falcon. In 1965 the falcon and mustang shared a lot of similarities, but the smart and conservative styling of the Falcon remained sensible and fun while still being distinctly Falcon. Under the hood sits the early small block ford V8, at 260 CID this little engine is ready for action. The power is sent to the rear wheels through a 3-speed manual gearbox. Outside, this classic little ragtop sports an OEM Fomoco Red paint job that shows well and a brand new vinyl top. The interior is classic muscle car cool with simple red vinyl and a touch of chrome. This 1965 Ford Falcon Convertible is very original and has been well maintained through the years, she s ready for many more years of dropped top cruising and fun! Options include OEM 14 in steel wheels, wheel covers, radial white wall tires, vinyl interior and seat belts, AM Radio, automatic convertible top, spare tires, and a jack. To see more HD pictures and videos of this 1964 Falcon, please visit GatewayClassicCars.com. For more information or to schedule an appointment to come and view this iconic pony car in person, please call the Nashville showroom at (615) 213-1800 or email us directly at Nashville@GatewayClassicCars.com. http://www.gatewayclassiccars.com/NSH/827/1964-Ford-Falcon
Gateway Classic Cars proudly presents this 1969 Ford Falcon Sports Coupe for sale in our Indianapolis showroom. The clean shape of this lightweight Ford is accentuated by a very nice silver-blue exterior with two tone silver and darker blue interior. This Ford Falcon shows 15,138 miles on the odometer and is powered by the classic responsive Ford 302 cubic inch V8 driving through a 3 speed automatic transmission. A close look underneath reveals a nicely fabricated dual exhaust that produces the signature 302 burble. Set off by 5 spoke chrome wheels and detailed engine compartment and trunk compartment, this very clean and straight example promises miles of enjoyable cruising. To view this 1969 Ford Falcon Sports Coupe, please visit our site at www.gatewayclassiccars.com, call 317-688-1100, or email us at firstname.lastname@example.org. To see this sharp 1969 Ford Falcon Sports Coupe in person, stop by our showroom located at 4400 W 96th Street, Indianapolis, IN 46268. http://www.gatewayclassiccars.com/NDY/1105/1969-Ford-Falcon
Gateway Classic Cars of St. Louis is proud to offer a beautifully restored 1964 Ford Falcon Futura. This little beauty started life with an inline 6 and a 2 speed automatic but it has come a long way since. The car has been completely stripped down to a shell, mounted to a rotisserie, and restored from the ground up. The measly 6 cylinder has been swapped out for a proper 289 CID V8 backed by a 3 speed automatic and an 8 rear end. With 3.51 gears, this car is just as comfortable around town as it is out on the interstate. In addition to the upgraded drive train, the body has been straightened and smoothed and a slick coat of Artic White applied. The car wears the color well and it rides on polished 5 spoke wheels to complete the updated look. The color scheme continues inside where you will find custom interior upholstery in white and red which covers the front buckets, rear seats, and door panels. Pop the hood and you re greeted by a beautifully dressed Ford 289 with just enough shine to show off a bit, without going over the top. You ll find power steering, power brakes, and plenty of performance goodies. The underside of this Falcon is nearly as clean as the top thanks to the rotisserie restoration. If you re looking for a well-equipped, properly restored, classic Ford, here she is! You can see this 1964 Ford Falcon Futura in greater detail in our St. Louis showroom or at www.GatewayClassicCars.com. Please contact 618-271-3000 or STL@gatewayclassiccars.com with inquiries.
1964 Ford Falcon Sprint convertible. 340 hp 302 cubic inch crate engine with MSD Atomic fuel injection and MSD 6A digital ignition. Ford AOD transmission with 2800 rpm stall torque converter and B&M pro ratchet shifter. Tru trac limited slip differential. New heater and defroster system. Includes original Sprint tachometer (unknown working condition), Holley 4 bbl carburetor and open differential (3.25:1). Car was restored approximately 9000 miles ago, but total mileage is unknown. Car is in a condition that would place it closer to a show car than a daily driver.