Ford Falcon Wagon

Another wagon i filmed at the Lompoc Car Show. Visit www.stationwagonforums.com for all your wagon info and needs.

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Our Falcon on Speed HD
This is our 1963 Falcon Squire Wagon, it took us three years to build. We have won many awards the best was the Roush Ford in a Ford National winner. Roush Link http://www.motorator.com/blog/ford/jay-page-2008-roush-ford-in-a-ford-winne r Good-Guys Link http://www.good-guys.com/news/newsStory.aspx?newsid=1191





63 Ford Falcon 2dr Station Wagon
1963 2dr Ford Falcon Wagon.





1962 Ford Falcon Wagon
The development of the early Falcons was caused due to the massive shift in the market which demanded a quality ride but with a low cost. The demise of many manufacturer names such as Nash, Hudson, DeSoto and even Packard was caused due to the popularity of the Falcon as well as the other Big Three companies cars which had the majority of the consumers lining up for their own products. Known as “the father of the Falcon”, Mr. Robert McNamara was a Ford executive and then even the president for a short stint and is highly regarded as the man who pushed this car into production. McNamara left Ford shortly after the Falcon met the market but was vindicated for his faith in the concept quickly after as the model went on to record sales; over half a million sold in the first year and over a million sold by the end of the second year. This quickly became a benchmark for manufacturers and is the pushing reason on why so many of these ever-popular Falcons hold such a large spot within the classic car collector’s hearts. GR Auto Gallery is pleased to present this thoughtfully restored example of the 1962 Ford Falcon Wagon for your consideration. With many different sizes and shapes of the Falcon, this wagon comes to you with a great deal of personality and looks and is in great running order for the next owner to enjoy! Hosting a 350 V8 engine with Falcon heads and mated to the 200-4R Automatic transmission, this ride not only looks sharp but goes quick. This vehicle has a Mustang front suspension to increase traction and stability, an 8” rear end is ensuring the right amount of power to the tires and is ready to see the road again. With a beautiful bright yellow exterior, subtle but stylish graphics along the side, shaved handles with door poppers and a great set of American Racing wheels, who could ask for more! The interior stands in a highly original status with warm brown vinyl seating, the comfort matched with the style is a great find for anyone who loves the Falcon, loves the wagon and/or loves to drive their cars. Call or email us today with any questions we can help you with! GR Auto Gallery is pleased to present this well restored example of the 1962 Ford Falcon Wagon for your consideration. GR Auto Gallery is pleased to present this thoughtfully restored example of the 1962 Ford Falcon Wagon for your consideration. With many different sizes and shapes of the Falcon, this wagon comes to you with a great deal of personality and looks and is in great running order for the next owner to enjoy! Hosting a 350 V8 engine with Falcon heads and mated to the 200-4R Automatic transmission, this ride not only looks sharp but goes quick. This vehicle has a Mustang front suspension to increase traction and stability, an 8” rear end is ensuring the right amount of power to the tires and is ready to see the road again. With a beautiful bright yellow exterior, subtle but stylish graphics along the side, shaved handles with door poppers and a great set of American Racing wheels, who could ask for more! The interior stands in a highly original status with warm brown vinyl seating, the comfort matched with the style is a great find for anyone who loves the Falcon, loves the wagon and/or loves to drive their cars. Call or email us today with any questions we can help you with! To see over 80 photos of this car, including under carriage please visit our website www.grautogallery.com





Rare '63 Ford Falcon wagon
A rare 1963 Ford Falcon station wagon. video by http://Youtube.com/Dougcameraman




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