1963 ford falcon convertible
This is my 63 ford falcon futura convertible. She is wimbledon white and red. Everything (other than plugs, wires, and hoses) is original. I restored the engine last weekend painting it the original ford red. I drive her daily. Hope you enjoy it!
1963 Ford Falcon Sprint convertible
Very nice car with four speed manual and 260 c.i. thinwall casting V8. Notice the console between the bucket seats. Great paint, wheels, and original type upholstery!
1963 Ford Falcon Hardtop goes 9 90
1963 Ford Falcon Futura Hardtop Goin' 9.904 at 137 MPH!! 351 Cleveland Spinning to 8600 rpm C6 trans with trans brake. Single 1150 Dominator.
*SOLD* 1965 Ford Falcon Convertible. Great for summer!
1965 Ford Falcon Futura Convertible with a great color combination of white and red exterior, and a red interior. This is a good, solid, strong running car that is priced to move! The 289 sounds great and is upgraded with a chrome intake, Edelbrock carburetor with electric choke, chrome valve covers, chrome flex fan, Equus gauges, new dual Exhaust with Flo-Pro mufflers and chrome tips. The interior of this Falcon is in great shape as is the convertible top. All metal is solid and the paint is good. These Falcons do not last long, so move fast and give us a call at 800-231-3616 or 618-271-3000 for additional details.
Un recopilacion del falcon desde que lo tengo hasta hoy
Old cars in junk yards #4
This is yet another slide show of the pictures I took at a yard I recently found, where I took almost 500 pictures of just the "cool" stuff, convertibles, wagons, and 2 door hardtops. I have never seen so many complete cars in a junk yard before. Some still even have their hubcaps on yet! The story is that it has been closed and untouched for the last 20 years! I know I am partial to Chevys and '58's in particular, but I am trying to take more non-biased pictures for all to enjoy. Subscribe to me if you want to see more of the pictures from this yard and others to come, I will be putting more slideshows together soon. Music by Jerry Reed.