1964 Ford/Futura Convertible FOR SALE SOLD
You are looking at a true rare classic a 1964 FORD FALCON FUTURA
Convertible woman owned and customized to make it her own by the nice pink
paint job and beautiful pink and white interior work with matching white
top.. It has a 302 with and automatic transmission 3 speed C4, power
steering, drum brakes, factory ignition, heat and factory vents but no ac,
dual Exhaust, manual windows and door
locks wire wheels with new radial tires 185/75/r14 all the way around. Runs
and drives like new a great car. Car is sold in as is where is condition
with no warranty expressed or implied. Call 305-942-3777 for any
questions.. Buyer is responsible for pickup or shipping and I will accept
Paypal for payment.
My 1961 Ford Falcon Car Crash Pics
This Video is of my 1961 Ford Falcon I had worked on for about a year. This
pass March 2008 I got into a wreck hitting a telephone pole going about 45
or 50. ((Pics of the wreck are to the middle of the video)) this video was
put together with pics I took over the year.
1964 Mercury Comet STK 55 ATL
These little Mercury Comets are getting difficult to find, you just don't
see them that often compared to other models from the 60's. They're also a
nice change from all the Ford Mustangs out there if you're a Ford
fan and want a smaller car with a little performance attitude for not a lot
of money. Those are both probably reasons why we've been selling nearly
every mid-60's Falcon & Comet we get lately, and we've been selling them
fast. To say these cars are hot in the collector marketplace right now
would be an understatement. And the one we�ve got here is the best yet!
This beautiful example is a very solid Georgia car and it's got a
numbers-matching drive train. We can trace this car to being in GA all the
way back to 1973, in fact it's got a 1973 GA title that goes with it. The
Vin#(4T23K549597) tells us it's a Caliente 2DR Hardtop that was produced in
the Metuchen, NJ Ford plant with the K-Code 289 4V engine. The body of this
car is very straight and all the trim and emblems look excellent. We were
most impressed with the car's undercarriage as the original floor pans are
still in place and look virtually new. That's really hard to find in these
cars as they were prone to rusting easily but this one somehow escaped all
of that. The original metal door tag is still in place and looks excellent
so this car has the matching Vin# on both the fender and the door tag.
That's worth mentioning because all too often one or the other is not
readable on a mid-60's Ford/Mercury. The door tag tells us the car is
correctly finished in its original color of Maroon Metallic/Burgundy (Code
Moving inside, this car's interior was just completely re-done in the
correct Medium Palomino (Code 39) upholstery per the door tag. The carpet,
headliner, door panels, and seats are all brand new and look fantastic. The
original gauge panel was even sent out and reconditioned to look showroom
new. A Grant steering wheel was added for better looks but we have the
original in the trunk for you purists. Like most Comets, this car doesn't
have many power options (and no AC) but it is a factory four speed car
(Code 5) and it came with a 3.25 rear end (Code 4). These car's were about
performance, not creature comforts. Being a Caliente, it does have the
upgraded interior with courtesy lights on the doors (they work) and wood
grain on the dash, etc. The car still retains its numbers matching K-Code
289 4V and it's running excellent and is very powerful. Other than the
steering wheel, the 15 Inch Amercian Racing wheels, and engine dress-up kit
this car looks just like it would have sitting on the showroom floor in
1964. This is a really nice & original Comet Caliente that is sure to hold
its value due to its correctness and rarity. Call us today!
This vehicle is located in our Atlanta, GA showroom. For more information,
please call (678) 279-1609 or toll free (877) 367-1835.
1964 Ford Falcon at HIGH SPEED!!
Watch this 1964 Falcon with a 557 Big Block Ford Fly! ... See more sick
cars compete on the only drag racing game show, Pass Time, on SPEED! Catch
the cash fueled excitement, hosted by Brett Wagner, weeknights at 7:30pm
ET, exclusively on SPEED!
1964 Ford Falcon Futura Convertible
A Falcon I imported from Crumpler,North Carolina to
Grimsby,Lincolnshire.Just fits in my garage.It is a 260 V8 with a '3 on the
tree' manual transmission.No power steering and drums all round.Now I need
to get it roadworthy and M.O.T'd for the registration.