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1965 Ford Falcon Futura TPA FLA
For sale in our Tampa showroom is a 1965 Ford Falcon Futura. These early Fords of the 60's were noted for great classic styling, light bodies and powerful engines. This particular Falcon sports the factory numbers matching 289 cubic inch small block, Moroso valve covers and comes with a factory Ford aluminum 4bbl intake manifold and factory ford air cleaner. The engine is mated to a 3 speed column shift, cruise-o-matic transmission and has 103,708 original miles. This car stands on (4)215/60R15 tires on 15x7 American Racing torque thrust wheels. Dual Exhaust and Lakewood traction bars compliments the package. A recent paint reflects the correct 1965 colors; on the exterior lower half is a metallic silver blue with upper being a Wimbledon white. The body is straight and trim in great shape. This car is great buy at an affordable price. Options include; factory ford power steering to ease the high speed cornering, Aluminum alloy wheels wrapped in performance radial tires and AM/FM/CD. To see more HD pictures and video please visit GatewayClassicCars.com. For more information please call the Tampa showroom at 813-645-6200.





64 falcon convertible please read description and give me your opinions! Vid 2
Okay, if you watched my first video, you know I just bought a 64 vert, and this is my 65 hardtop. I need some help restoring my vert. If you watched my vid, you know that I am going to restore this car, and here are a few of the different ways I have thought about going with it. Option 1 - all original, rotisoree restore. Option 2 - McPherson strut system with a mild small block 289 or 302 Option 3 - Get a fox body Mustang and graft in the suspension, using the drivetrain suspension etc. Option 4 - Heidt's rack and pinion system a mild built 302, 5 speed, etc. Option 5 - Heidt's rack and pinion, Jag independent rear suspension, a nasty 302, 6 speed, etc. Now i know all you motor heads will say go with option 5, but money is tight, and while I don't have to pay for labor as I build it all myself, parts can get up there pretty quick. Let me know what you think, thanks, Jeff.





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