This 1964 Ford Falcon Futura is the perfect mix of original '60s style with a healthy dose of V8 hot rod appeal. Best of all, this growling street machine even has air-conditioned comfort.
The market for Falcons is heating up. They are that perfect machine to combine vintage style, lightweight body, and a setup that's ready-made for V8 power – and this one takes all those elements and turns it up a notch. The factory-correct Prairie Tan and brown vinyl roof make for a great '60s-style color combo. And the bright chrome bumpers and complete trim (including hood ornament) give this a true classic cruiser vibe. But more than just vintage, the Future-specific arrow-like side trim and 16-inch American Racing Torq Thrust wheels are instant indicators of a sporty total package.
Inside are more great upgrades. It starts with new high-back buckets seats with a center console in-between. These have better bolstering for all-day comfort. In fact, this Falcon is great for all-day cruising thanks to upgrades like the AM/FM/CD stereo and ice cold modern R134a air conditioning. And as you slip behind the upgraded three-spoke wood and chrome steering wheel and spot the upgraded auxiliary gauges, it tells your senses to get ready for something special – even before you twist the key and hear this one roar.
These second-generation Falcons topped out at 289 cubic-inches from the factory, but this one was given a larger 302ci V8. You can tell someone spent extra time and money on this presentation with the tidy setup, bright components, and even great details – like the Falcon-specific performance valve covers. And more than just appearances, you have performance upgrades like a Holley four-barrel carburetor, performance intake, MSD ignition, Ford racing plug wires, and serpentine belt system. Plus, long tube headers add even more power as they contribute to the thunderous dual exhaust. It all stays running cool thanks to an aluminum radiator with large electric fan. A stout three-speed automatic transmission and power steering gets all this power to the streets. Plus, you have true control thanks to upgraded Mustang II style independent front suspension with vented disc brakes, a reinforced mini-tubbed rear with plenty of room for larger tires, and the modern grip of Yokohama Avid rubber.
This one is mean, comfortable, and powerful - that makes it a great all-around custom classic. So don't miss this deal, call today!
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