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'63 FORD FALCON WITH SURPRISING MOTOR
SEEN IN ST ANNE DE BELLEVUE, MONTREAL.





Muscle Car Of The Week Video Episode # 181: 1964 Ford Falcon 260 Termite Racer
http://www.musclecaroftheweek.com - Back in the early 1960s, Ford sold an economy car called the Falcon, a lightweight, basic car... you know, the kind of platform that makes for a great... race car! Our Muscle Car Of The Week is just such an animal… or should I say, Insect! Behold the mighty Termite, a 1964 Ford Falcon that ran hard enough in the heyday of the AHRA to knock down a couple records with it’s hard-charging 260-cube V8. From The Brothers Collection. FACEBOOK: https://www.facebook.com/MuscleCarOfTheWeek/





Tick Tock. - A.K.'s 1963 Ford Falcon
Procrastination Compensation. Directed by Tyler Wolff & AJ Rickert Epstein | Donotresist.com A New World Order & Arclight Alliance  1963 Ford Falcon  Wheel base 110”  Mark Williams 9” rear axle 4.00 gear w/ Detroit locker  Wilwood Brakes 14” fronts 6 piston calipers / 13” rears 4 piston  Global west front suspension  Kaufman / Ridetech wishbone three link w/ chris alston swaybar  Ride tech triple adjustable coilovers on all four corners  Ford Racing 363 small block  Holley 750cc HP series  Ignition MSD  Headers Kaufman built all s.s. 1.75 primary triY  Exhaust is 3” true X magnaflow mufflers kaufman built  Richmond T-10 quicktime bell housing  Racepack data and remaining electrical  Ron Davis Radiator  Forgeline Wheels front 18x8 rear 18x9  Tires Nitto NT05 245/40/18 and 275/40/18  Lighting Rigid industries





600HP 6-Speed TURBO Ford Falcon!
SPOOLING, SHIFTING, BRAKE BoostING... An unsuspecting 1960's Ford Falcon rolled into the parking lot in Missouri during the Missouri FBody Meet, it wasn't until we saw under the hood that we realized why there was a giant crowd around this car. A turbo V8 with a T56 6-Speed Manual, powered by a 351 Windsor and S475 turbo. This car is badass to see rowing through the gears, spooling and pulling on people on the top end! Not too bad for a big lead sled from the 60's!




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