1964 Ford Falco America's First Musal Car

Price: US $10,000.00
  • Location: Spring, Texas, United States
  • Condition: Used
  • Make: Ford
  • Model: Falcon
  • Type: Coupe
  • Trim: 2 door
  • Year: 1964
  • Mileage: 99,999
  • VIN: 4KD1U193896
  • Color: Blue and Grey
  • Engine size: 351 Winsor
  • Number of cylinders: 8
  • Fuel: Gasoline
  • Transmission: Manual
  • Drive type: Manual
  • Interior color: Blue and Gray
  • Vehicle Title: Clear
  • Options: Leather Seats

1964 Ford Falcon description

This nasty little 1969 Ford Falcon is a high-impact horsepower factory that puts "power" in power-to-weight ratio. Without a lot of mass to push around, the built 302 under the hood is a massive over-achiever to make thisThis car has mvkwrmvneat little coupe a very dangerous adversary on the streets.
This pretty 196n is well fished, work like this is common on cars costing tens of thousands of dollars more, but with this car you get all the performance of a Mustang combined with a unique shape that has aged particularly well.Blending economy, performance, and style, the Falcon really was a do-it-all kind of car. You could outfit it to suit your tastes, and apparently someone want this to be a slick little sleeper that was comfortThis pretty 1963 Ford Falcon is well finished, work like this is common on cars costing tens of thousands of dollars more, but with this car you get all the performance of a Mustang combined with a unique shape that has aged particularly well.Blending economy, performance, and style, the Falcon really was a do-it-all kind of car. You could outfit it to suit your tastes, and apparently someone want this to be a slick little sleeper that was comfortable for cross-country riding. You could paint it some flashy color, but the silvery blue finish on it today is far more interesting. The detailing on the fenders and through the quarter panels is quite good. Gaps and panel alignment are decent and the paint shines up beautifully. The car has a 351 Winsor engine that powerful and fast with a 4 speed manual transmission and cherry bomb mufflers. Good luck with your biding and don't miss out on this great piece of history ...able for cross-country riding. You could paint it some flashy color, but the silvery blue finish on it today is far more interesting. The detailing on the fenders and through the quarter panels is quite good. Gaps and panel alignment are decent and the paint shines up beautifully. The car has a 351 Winsor engine that powerful and fast with a 4 speed manual transmission and cherry bomb mufflers. Good luck with your biding and don't miss out on this great piece of history ...
The little Falcon gets big props for going all-in with the bright yellow paint job. If you squint just a bit, you can definitely see signs of the first-generation Mustang in its sheetmetal, particularly from the rear view, but the truth is that most folks will have a lot of questions about this car when they see it. Fortunately, it'll stand up to the scrutiny with shiny paint over decent bodywork that doesn't let you down. It's not perfect and it isn't a show car, but for this kind of money it's more car than you'd ever dream of getting. Door fit is acceptable, the final cut and buff on the paint brought out a fantastic shine, and with body-colored bumpers, it has a subtle, custom look that really works. A lot of the original chrome and trim does remain in place, and provides a nice contrast to the Chrome Yellow paint, with items like the grille being in particularly good shape. Kudos to the builder for resisting the urge to add stripes, scoops, and spoilers, making this neat Falcon a very purposeful-looking machine.
The simple black This nasty little 1969 Ford Falcon is a high-impact horsepower factory that puts "power" in power-to-weight ratio. Without a lot of mass to push around, the built 302 under the hood is a massive over-achiever to make this neat little coupe a very dangerous adversary on the streets.
The little Falcon gets big props for going all-in with the bright yellow paint job. If you squint just a bit, you can definitely see signs of the first-generation Mustang in its sheetmetal, particularly from the rear view, but the truth is that most folks will have a lot of questions about this car when they see it. Fortunately, it'll stand up to the scrutiny with shiny paint over decent bodywork that doesn't let you down. It's not perfect and it isn't a show car, but for this kind of money it's more car than you'd ever dream of getting. Door fit is acceptable, the final cut and buff on the paint brought out a fantastic shine, and with body-colored bumpers, it has a subtle, custom look that really works. A lot of the original chrome and trim does remain in place, and provides a nice contrast to the Chrome Yellow paint, with items like the grille being in particularly good shape. Kudos to the builder for resisting the urge to add stripes, scoops, and spoilers, making this neat Falcon a very purposeful-looking machine.
This nasty little 1969 Ford Falcon is a high-impact horsepower factory that puts "power" in power-to-weight ratio. Without a lot of mass to push around, the built 302 under the hood is a massive over-achiever to make this neat little coupe a very dangerous adversary on the streets.
The little Falcon gets big props for going all-in with the bright yellow paint job. If you squint just a bit, you can definitely see signs of the first-generation Mustang in its sheetmetal, particularly from the rear view, but the truth is that most folks will have a lot of questions about this car when they see it. Fortunately, it'll stand up to the scrutiny with shiny paint over decent bodywork that doesn't let you down. It's not perfect and it isn't a show car, but for this kind of money it's more car than you'd ever dream of getting. Door fit is acceptable, the final cut and buff on the paint brought out a fantastic shine, and with body-colored bumpers, it has a subtle, custom look that really works. A lot of the original chrome and trim does remain in place, and provides a nice contrast to the Chrome Yellow paint, with items like the grille being in particularly good shape. Kudos to the builder for resisting the urge to add stripes, scoops, and spoilers, making this neat Falcon a very purposeful-looking machine.
Pssst... Here's a secret: Mustangs are really Falcons underneath. Yes, that's right, this cool 1964 Ford Falcon Futura hardtop runs and drives just like its more popular brother for a fraction of the cost. Complete with a strong-running 302 and a great paint job, it's also somewhat rare in its own right.
Restored several years ago, they decided to keep the bright, vivid code F Guardsman Blue; why change a good thing? Thanks to excellent care and maintenance, the finish remains shiny with only a few minor blems from being driven and enjoyed, and you certainly can't blame them for that. There's a bit of metallic in the paint, too, so the compact Falcon seems to take on the look of a bigger, more substantial car and the light plays over the detailing that's often lost on solid colors. For instance, dig the vestigial tail fins, the dual reliefs running down the center of the hood like racing stripes, and the cool way the sheetmetal follows the contours of the side trim. Never noticed that stuff on a Falcon before, did you? The car looks great in person, and you'll be proud to roll up to the next cruise night behind the wheel, and you'll undoubtedly get extra appreciation for daring to be a little different.
Matching blue buckets give the interior a sporty demeanor, and there's plenty of space for four in this cool ragtop. Since blue is the car's original interior color, it has a very uniform look thanks to a lot of new parts, including carpets with the correct weave along with fresh door panels, a new dash pad, and even proper blue sun visors. The Falcon didn't necessarily include a center console, and many prefer the purposeful look of this car, which uses a column shifter for the C4 3-speed automatic transmission. The gauges are basic, but they all work, and the original AM radio remains in place. It's extremely clean and the lack of modifications suggests that someone cared about making this one right rather than customizing it to their tastes. We always appreciate that. The steering wheel is particularly nice, with a bright chrome horn ring and button that add a little flash to the utilitarian passenger compartment. There's also a new mat and spare tire cover, which give the trunk a factory-correct look.
The 302 cubic inch V8 nestled between the shock towers looks awfully familiar, doesn't it? It does a great impersonation of the original 260 and brings a few extra horsepower. It's not over-dressed, but with a chrome air cleaner and Ford Blue valve covers, it looks nice enough that you can tell it's been loved. Thanks to a 4-barrel carburetor, it makes great power and a wonderful V8 soundtrack, moving the lightweight Falcon easily. A Ford C4 3-speed automatic transmission can take the abuse and delivers better entertainment than you'd expect: just stomp and steer and this little car rears up and goes! Out back, there's a street-friendly 8-inch rear end, plus a lot of new suspension components, including the entire front end. One glance underneath will convince you that this Falcon has nothing to hide. It's highly original, very solid, and there's no thick coating of rustproofing goop designed to hide shoddy workmanship. The exhaust sounds muscular without being obnoxious, making this Falcon more of a sleeper than any Mustang could ever muster, and those handsome 15-inch Torque Thrust wheels and 215/65/15 General tires fit perfectly and look right.
For all the thrills of a Mustang in a more unusual and stealthy package, this Falcon deserves a look. Call today!
The simple black bucket seat interior remains 100% business-oriented without losing its sense of style, New seat covers front and back have a great late-60s look and the compact interior is actually quite comfortable. The instrument panel is a neat-looking symmetrical housing with a wide speedometer in the center and heater controls on the right (note that the heater core is bypassed but the fan works). You can really tell how focused on performance these guys were when they were putting this car together, as even the original AM radio is still in place. The carpets are probably a few years old and show some light fading, but they're in good shape and I wouldn't worry about it. Auxiliary gauges under the dash monitor oil pressure, temperature, and voltage and that shifter is linked to a C4 3-speed automatic transmission. No power-robbing options, no weight-adding accessories, just a clean, no-nonsense interior that's ready to rumble.
The robust 302 cubic inch V8 is a formidable performer anywhere it's installed, but put it in a car with a curb weight of under 3000 pounds and you suddenly have a car with the power-to-weight ratio of a Cobra Jet Mustang. Topped by twin Edelbrock 4-barrel carburetors and a matching intake manifold, throttle response is RIGHT NOW and it has the most spectacular intake howl when you open all eight barrels. A lumpy camshaft gives it that hi-po idle and it pulls without seeming to run out of breath. And you can easily see that a lot of money went into the engine bay, whose satin black inner fenders and chrome dress-up parts, not to mention the Ford Blue engine itself, all look awesome. Long-tube headers feed a custom Flowmaster exhaust system with turn-downs just ahead of the rear axle, which is a rugged 8-inch that won't sweat it when you nail the throttle. Flashy all black MB Wheels totally fit the part and wear 215/60R15 radials.
This cool Falcon represents a ton of performance in a reasonably-sized package, all at a very attractive price. Call today!
The simple black bucket seat interior remains 100% business-oriented without losing its sense of style, New seat covers front and back have a great late-60s look and the compact interior is actually quite comfortable. The instrument panel is a neat-looking symmetrical housing with a wide speedometer in the center and heater controls on the right (note that the heater core is bypassed but the fan works). You can really tell how focused on performance these guys were when they were putting this car together, as even the original AM radio is still in place. The carpets are probably a few years old and show some light fading, but they're in good shape and I wouldn't worry about it. Auxiliary gauges under the dash monitor oil pressure, temperature, and voltage and that shifter is linked to a C4 3-speed automatic transmission. No power-robbing options, no weight-adding accessories, just a clean, no-nonsense interior that's ready to rumble.
The robust 302 cubic inch V8 is a formidable performer anywhere it's installed, but put it in a car with a curb weight of under 3000 pounds and you suddenly have a car with the power-to-weight ratio of a Cobra Jet Mustang. Topped by twin Edelbrock 4-barrel carburetors and a matching intake manifold, throttle response is RIGHT NOW and it has the most spectacular intake howl when you open all eight barrels. A lumpy camshaft gives it that hi-po idle and it pulls without seeming to run out of breath. And you can easily see that a lot of money went into the engine bay, whose satin black inner fenders and chrome dress-up parts, not to mention the Ford Blue engine itself, all look awesome. Long-tube headers feed a custom Flowmaster exhaust system with turn-downs just ahead of the rear axle, which is a rugged 8-inch that won't sweat it when you nail the throttle. Flashy all black MB Wheels totally fit the part and wear 215/60R15 radials.
This cool Falcon represents a ton of performance in a reasonably-sized package, all at a very attractive price. Call today!bucket seat interior remains 100% business-oriented without losing its sense of style, New seat covers front and back have a great late-60s look and the compact interior is actually quite comfortable. The instrument panel is a neat-looking symmetrical housing with a wide speedometer in the center and heater controls on the right (note that the heater core is bypassed but the fan works). You can really tell how focused on performance these guys were when they were putting this car together, as even the original AM radio is still in place. The carpets are probably a few years old and show some light fading, but they're in good shape and I wouldn't worry about it. Auxiliary gauges under the dash monitor oil pressure, temperature, and voltage and that shifter is linked to a C4 3-speed automatic transmission. No power-robbing options, no weight-adding accessories, just a clean, no-nonsense interior that's ready to rumble.
The robust 302 cubic inch V8 is a formidable performer anywhere it's installed, but put it in a car with a curb weight of under 3000 pounds and you suddenly have a car with the power-to-weight ratio of a Cobra Jet Mustang. Topped by twin Edelbrock 4-barrel carburetors and a matching intake manifold, throttle response is RIGHT NOW and it has the most spectacular intake howl when you open all eight barrels. A lumpy camshaft gives it that hi-po idle and it pulls without seeming to run out of breath. And you can easily see that a lot of money went into the engine bay, whose satin black inner fenders and chrome dress-up parts, not to mention the Ford Blue engine itself, all look awesome. Long-tube headers feed a custom Flowmaster exhaust system with turn-downs just ahead of the rear axle, which is a rugged 8-inch that won't sweat it when you nail the throttle. Flashy all black MB Wheels totally fit the part and wear 215/60R15 radials.
This cool Falcon represents a ton of performance in a reasonably-sized package, all at a very attractive price. Call today!
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