1965 Ford Falcon Futura
This is my 1965 Ford Falcon. I first saw this car in 1988. I was a policeman and I stopped the owner for speeding. Turns out he was adjusting the secondaries on the carburetor. Since he had a good excuse of course he didn't get a ticket. I fell in love with the car and I never sought again until 10 years later. It was a bit faded but I knew it was probably the same car. Now eight years later in 2006 I saw the car on eBay. I wrote and then called the owners and ask them if they remember contact with the police about this car. Of course they did and I wanted to see the car as they had moved away. I ended up high bidder on eBay and won the car. I bought the car during the height of the collector car days and spent a lot of money. I then spent another $18,000 getting the condition it is now. To say that this car is fun and enjoyable is an understatement. Being a huge fan of the Ford falcon I look at every one that I see. I have never seen one that is as solid as this car. There has never been any body work dents rust or anything except for a stripped-down paint job. The paint job was in $8600 expense. The discounted $8600 price tag came with the understanding that I would deliver a shell of the car so they could paint it.
This is Mr. Steve Keller's 1965 ford falcon futura. It has a 428 cobra jet with a C4 trans with 3500 stall converter. It has a 9'' rear with 3.50 gears.
600HP 6-Speed TURBO Ford Falcon!
SPOOLING, SHIFTING, BRAKE BoostING... An unsuspecting 1960's Ford Falcon rolled into the parking lot in Missouri during the Missouri FBody Meet, it wasn't until we saw under the hood that we realized why there was a giant crowd around this car. A turbo V8 with a T56 6-Speed Manual, powered by a 351 Windsor and S475 turbo. This car is badass to see rowing through the gears, spooling and pulling on people on the top end! Not too bad for a big lead sled from the 60's!
Falcon turbo rosario