FOR SALE: 1960 Ford Falcon - Restore Ready Original With Extra Engines And Parts

Great car project! Located in Seattle, if interested please call (Two Zero Six) 219-5636 Thank you!

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Restored Platinum 1960 Ford Falcon Fordor Sedan Fully Loaded
Hello. This Ford Falcon is a single family-owned vehicle. My mother purchased the car new in late 1960 and it was the last Falcon on the lot. I have all of the dealer documentation papers. This car brought my sister and I from the hospital and it did the same for my son and daughter. It has over 398,000 miles on it and still has the original engine and transmission. My mother wanted to get rid of the car in 1986, but I got it from her and I have been restoring it ever since. I have done all of the work with the exception of the outside paint work, upholstery and internal engine block work. It has all NOS parts with the exception of the battery and headliner. Not too long ago, I found the original cloth headliner and will be installing it when I have time. The car has all of the accessories that Ford offered for the Falcon including the rare spotlight. Some of the parts have taken me 25 years to find. I am showiing this Falcon on YouTube for historical purposes only and the car is not for sale. Thank you for your time.

1960 Ford Falcon Gasser Drag Racing Barona Drag Strip 7-27-2013
1960 Ford Falcon Gasser Drag Racing Barona Drag Strip 9th ANNUAL KING of CLUBS ROCKABILLY ROAD TRIP!!! JULY 27, 2013 10am-4pm CARS 1974 & OLDER, BIKES 1974 & OLDER WELCOME!!! The 1960 Falcon was powered by a small, lightweight 90 hp (67 kW), 144 CID (2.4 L) straight-6 with a single-barrel carburetor. Construction was unibody, and suspension was fairly standard, with coil springs in front and leaf springs in the rear. Brakes were drum all round.[5] A three-speed manual column shift was standard, the two-speed Ford-O-Matic automatic optional. There was room for six passengers in reasonable comfort in the simple interior.[6] Body styles included two- and four-door sedans, two- or four-door station wagons, and the Ranchero car-based pickup, transferred onto the Falcon platform for 1960 from the Fairlane. A Mercury derivative, the Mercury Comet, originally intended for the defunct Edsel marque, was launched in the US midway through the 1960 model year.