1961 falcon 2 door station wagon that I built in my garage over a 6 year period. It was a basket case when I found it , rusted and wrecked. Every part has either been replaced or restored. Every nut , bolt , gasket ,seal etc. Nothing remains from the original car that has not been massaged in some manner. The motor is a new crate motor from Ford rancing. 340 hp, alum. heads , roller motor. Trans is a redone C4, rear end is from a Grabber and rebuilt as well. Disk brakes also from the Grabber. Body was shaved and all repaired in metal. Only bondo used was a thin skim coat for paint. Drip rail removed, corvair fuel door added. All crome and stainless was redone. Paint is PPG tarnished silver flake. Interior is tweed charcoal and silver. 17" American Mags. I could go on..
Pics of my falcon from dirt ball to cool cruizer !!
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1965 Ford Falcon,Cold startup,Walkaround 289,4-Speed,8'' Rear 355
ratio,Small race cam,500cfm Holley Carb.Dual Exhaust,Kobalt Blue Exterior Paint, 14''Magnum
1964 Ford Falcon / $100 At a Time
Shane has owned this 1964 ford falcon Sprint 2 door hardtop since 1997 when
he was 15 years old. He bought this car for $500 and made payments "$100 at
a time". The car was a shell when he got it and over the years he has
turned it into a running, and driving classic car with a Ford 302 V8 and a
5-spd manual transmission out of a Mustang 5.0.
1950 Ford Woody Hot Rod Surf Wagon
A day at Cardiff State Beach with a 1950 Ford Woody Hot Rod aka "Surfer
Woodie". These behind the scenes clips of a Ford Woody Hot Rod classic car
while on a photo shoot with swimsuit model Shendelle Schokman. The classic
car woody is popular in beach and surf communities like Encinitas and the
Southern California coast where surfers still use them daily to get boards
to the ocean. See more photos and pictures from the photo shoot at
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1953 Ford Country Sedan Station Wagon For Sale in Chicago chi-206
1953 Ford Country Sedan Station Wagon For Sale in Chicago. This Ford Wagon
has 1,541 miles on it since it was rebuilt. The engine is a small block 327
Chevy with Vortec Heads, Performer RPM aluminum intake and Holley
carburetor, and a HEI distributor, and has dual Exhaust. The transmission is a 700R4 automatic
which has been rebuilt also, and the rear end is a Ford 9" with 3.70 gears.
The brakes are power and there is a 4 wheel disc brake system on this 53
Ford. The front end suspension is off of a Dodge Dakota. The Vintage Air
System is also brand new and works great! The engine has been dressed up
with nice chrome valve covers and the is also a brand new alternator. The
paint on this Ford Country Sedan Wagon is a House of Kolors Nova Orange
Shimrin, with Chrysler Champagne Pearl on the roof and lower sides. The
interior looks brand new, with new certified seat belts, 80's GM tilt
column, Sony AM/FM CD player, and seats 9 passengers. Other options include
factory clock, Dolphin gauges, Grant steering wheel, 15" Eagle Alloy wheels
with 205/70R15 radial tires, detailed spare tire well/trunk, lightly tinted
glass, and dual side mirrors. This 1954 Ford Country Sedan Station Wagon
can be seen at www.gatewayclassiccars.com, and is located in our
Chicagoland Showroom, which can be reached at 708 444 4488.
1964 FORD FALCON STATION WAGON - 1 OF 17,779
Ford Falcon continues to attract buyers. This year, Falcon offered 4
wagons. There was the 2 door, the 4 door such as this, the Deluxe 4 door,
and the high-end Squire 4 door. This particular wagon would have cost you
in the neighborhood of $2,360. Engines for the Falcon wagons this year
would be two L-head sixes, at 200 cid, and 223 with 116 and 138 horses
respectively, plus a V8 260 cid, 260 hp. These were the only engines
available for the Falcon wagon. Other Falcon models had a broader choice.
This wagon seems roomy with ample cargo area and seating. Familiar Ford
round tail lights grace the rear end. Notice the plain interior with the
dash instruments easily seen by the driver and the 60's type vinyl seats.
The 1964 Ford products have been called the prettiest Fords of the 1960's
and this Ford Falcon fits well into that catagory. Thanks for viewing this
1964 Ford Falcon station wagon.
1965 Ford Falcon $25,900.00
2100 miles on Complete Frame-Off Restoration, beautiful Raven black paint,
two tone vinyl interior, 347 ci stroker engine, Holley dual feel 4 bbl,
Edelbrock Performer RPM aluminum intake, billet breather & valve covers,
factory Exhaust manifolds, MSD Digital
6AL ignition with Pro Billet distributor, power steering, power front disc
brakes, aluminum radiator with shroud, C4 automatic transmission with 2800
stall, factory bench seat, factory dash, Vintage tach, Grant steering
wheel, am radio, dual exhuast, 9" Ford 3.08 posi rear end, 215/70R15 rear
tires, 185/70R15 fronts, 15" REV wheels, factory jack with spare, Show or
1964 FORD COUNTRY SQUIRE STATION WAGON -- EXCELLENT EXAMPLE
Gaze at this excellent example of a Ford wagon. To me what is so amazing
is the condition of the Din-Noc wood paneling along the sides for most wood
grain decals don't last this long and replacement decals are extremely hard
to find. There are two choices for Ford wagons this year. The less
expensive model is labled the Country Sedan and the example shown here is
the upper level wagon, the Country Squire. Both wagon models were four
doors with either 6 or 9 passenger seating. This wagon is a six seater.
The 64 Ford is the best looking big Fords of the decade and today they
still retain those good looks. This Country Squire had a retail price of
$3,029 and 23, 570 with six seats were produced this year. The 9 seat
wagon cost $3,099 and 23,120 of those were sold. The big wagons demanded
big engines so there were three to choose from: all V8's, 352 cid / 250
bhp., the 390 cid with 300 - 330 bhp., and the 427 cid with between 410 -
425 horses. This example has the 352. Looking over this wagon you will
see the engine compartment is appearing new, the paint and trim is in
excellent condition, and again the wood paneling is very good along with
the luggage rack. Love those famous large round Ford taillights. Thanks
very much for viewing this hardy 1964 Ford Country Squire Station Wagon.