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.

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1965 Ford Falcon Sprint 289 Classic
What do you think of this hot little "Sprint 289" 1965 Ford Falcon? Few of the Sprint models were made. It is powered by a built 289 with a Holley bbl, carburetor, aluminum intake, and custom free-flowing dual Exhaust system. The performance street cam sounds excellent. Enjoy the video of this classic little Ford Muscle car. This two door hardtop was filmed by Samspace81 at Texas Classic Cars of Dallas. This car is currently for sale and on display in their showroom.





1965 Ford Falcon Sprint 63D
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1964 Ford Falcon Sprint called Frieda
5.0 HO SBF at 306 CI ProComp Aluminum heads (190 CC intake & 60 CC chambers) Comp Cam (281H-R10 Grind) with 1.6 aluminum Roller Rockers Crosswinds AirGap dual plane intake KB pistons, Eagle rods 9.7:1 compression Quick Fuel 650 DP Hedman Shortys feeding 2 1/2" Exhaust to MagnaFlows with dumps F1 Racing Stage2 10.5" Clutch, Pressure Plate & Billet Flywheel T-5 WC transmission 3.25:1 Trac-Lok rearend. Per Comp Cams, the motor makes 431 BHP at 5800 RPM & 408 FP torque at the flywheel on the way up. So they say. After all, they are selling cams. My compliments to Modern Driveline. I use their recommended accessories to install and operate the T5. Including converting to a cable actuated clutch system. Their Hurst Shifter in the S10 tailshaft provides flawless operation and locates the shifter in the ideal location. This combo just feels right. Chassis: New springs front and back, KYB shocks and added lower front cross member support brace and a TCP Monte Carlo bar and shock tower bracing system. All suspension bushings and links are new and are poly. Upgraded front anti-sway bar to 1 1/8" (original was 5/8") and added rear anti-sway bar (7/8"). This anti-sway bar combo is likely to create oversteer and I anticipate testing a smaller rear bar (5/8"). Weight is under 2800 lbs. Wheels: BFG Radial TA 14" 215R70 RWL. On 1966 Ford Dealer Option Styled Steel Wheels (6" wide). A very good fit under this car. Body: Wimbledon White and not show quality. Actually down right crappy. Planning to repaint same boring color with a little pearl added to highlight body sculpture. Engine bay will be body color. Interior: Red Crushed "Hyde of the elusive Nauga." A red Nauga. Good condition with bucket seats. Original tach still works. Will disassemble the car after about 1,000 miles of shakedown on the mechanicals and do body work and repaint.





1965 Falcon Futura Wht
A great "compact" car! Falcon started out in 1960 as fairly bland, but quickly developed some style. You can see this one has lots of style, a great, colorful interior and dealer installed air conditioning! Under the hood is that 200 c.i engine attached to automatic transmission! Nice, economical, stylish transport.




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