1964 Ford Falcon
1964 Ford Falcon
$35,900
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1964 Ford Falcon Sprint Convertible For consignment, a result of much market research that aimed at women, a second car for families, and a smaller car that was less cumbersome and expensive. We give you the first edition of the second generation in a 1964 Ford Falcon. This racy beauty is somewhat rare with this Sprint convertible being one of a mere 4,278 out of a total of 18,108 Falcons built for 1964. This was the high end of the Falcon line. Exterior In typical 60s Detroit fashion, Fords second generation debut Falcon, adorned with curved surfaces and creases that stretch from stem to stern, which are incredibly hard to make straight once its been overhauled or reworked. Fortunately, the metal on this compact coupe has been benefited by low mileage and usage over the years, so good panel alignment and an astute attention to detail remains. The cars classic flanks were made very straight, prior to the Dynasty Geen respray being laid on its solid and sculpted body. Those bodys gaps are better than average, featuring doors that operate with precision, vertical components that are centered in their respective openings. And overall, this pint-size cruiser carries every indication that its high quality original condition turned into a well-kept effort to create a timeless compact car which looks good on the road and great in the parking lot! A paperclip trim spear adorns the sides, and is the telling feature of this 64 bird of prey. With a nice white convertible top it oozes an early 60s mantra. The shaver chromed styled in-swept grille, with a single headlight on either corner and shiny bumper below leads the way. For the corners lets throw in some snappy 14-inch chromed wire wheel covers with faux spinners all wrapped in 205/75R14 rubber all from the 48th week of 2014. Interior This cool Fords correct and tasteful interior is a classy reminder of the days when style and appeal were the central focus of automotive design. At the front of the car is an original dash in medium turquoise hung with pristine silver instrument cluster, utilizing the horizontal speedo and a circular deep bezel on either side. Much like the Mustang of the day, making ample use of chrome surrounds and horizontal trim pieces. On the dash top now resides a factory option tachometer, not oft seen. In front of that dash are 2 pristine fully restored low back wide buckets. They are in 2 tone light turquoise smooth bolsters and slightly darker, (nearer to blue), tuck and roll inserts made of vinyl. Some light turquoise piping adds to the allure, as does a center console with chromed central single ribbed highlighted turquoise glovebox and surround. Below those seats, fade-free carpet in turquoise is looking like new covering the floors. At the edges of that carpet, great looking door panels wrap like-new smooth turquoise vinyl and mix it with some aqua-blue painted metal uppers and sills. In the center is a silver padded smooth fabric covering looking much like Chuck Yeagers ride when he broke the barrier. This wonderful shiny trim works with the dash wraps entirely around the interior panels and is just beautifully done. Note is a matching wide rear bench. Also in front of the driver, an impressive original wood rimmed factory Ford steering wheel turns the front tires. A curved shifter reached for the driver in the hump. All very nicely done and a standing O for this early 60s interior. Clap Clap Clap! Drivetrain With a car of this restoration caliper, one would almost expect something special to be under the hood, and opening it your wandering eyes will just say WHAAAAAAAT? Yes there it is in the flesh, our should I say blue oval blue painted block with chromed valve coverings and a 260 badged round open air cleaner. It is the quintessential 260ci V8 as were all Sprints adorned with making a respectable 164hp. Topping the intake is a 2-barrel carburetor. In back is a 4-speed manual Toploader. Way back a Ford 8 inch 3.25 geared pumpkin. All beautifully put together and I cannot wait to drive it. Undercarriage Underneath we note as expected a solid undercarriage with no surface rust, and some overspray of undercoating. Solid as a rock with dual Flowmaster mufflers and like new stainless exhaust. Simple is the word of the day, with an independent coil spring front suspension, and for the back we see traditional leaf spring. Drum brakes are all around, and all like new. Drive-Ability Even now and again we get an unexpected surprise and this car provided it. After a quick turn of the ignition and initial fire up, it was off to the test track where this car had surprising acceleration, smooth cruising, and great handling. This car is full of pleasant surprises, and I was duly impressed. Interior is near perfect with all working controls, although the radio turned on but did not play anything, the speedometer reads a touch slow, and the fuel gauge stops moving at 1/4 tank. A great ride, and surprisingly powerful. I checked under the hood to see if it was actually a 260ci V8 under there, and there was! As close to truly wonderful as one can get for this 64 example with an appreciation for early 60s color motif. A simple yet beautifully designed compact with performance that is super impressive, as is the case with this entire automobile. Awesome restoration work, this Falcon swoops into our Hallowed Halls and has nested into the west wing. Definitely worth a gander. 4H14F108548 4-1964 H-Lorain, OH Assy Plant 14-Falcon Sprint Convertible F-260ci V8 2bbl 164hp 108548-Sequential Unit Number

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Vehicle Specifications

  • VIN
    4H14F108548
  • Classic Car ID
    101973663
  • Stock Number
    5867
  • Category
    American Classics
  • Body Style
    N/A
  • New/Used
    Used
  • Mileage
    93,085 miles
  • Engine
    260 V8
  • Transmission
    4 Speed Manual
  • Exterior Color
    Turquoise
  • Seat Color
    Turquoise

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