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1963 Ford Falcon Sprint

Condition: Used
Make: Ford
Model: Falcon
SubModel: Sprint
Type: Other
Doors: 2
Year: 1963
Mileage: 15,929
Color: Black
Engine: 289 V8
Transmission: Automatic
Interior color: Other
Vehicle Title: Clear
Item location: Local pick-up only
Cassette player

Description for Ford Falcon 1963

This 1963 Ford Falcon is the perfect mix of original '60s style with a healthy dose of V8 hot rod appeal. The Ford Falcon has really come into its own in the classic car market. No longer just the car that fathered the Mustang, the sensible style has matured into an instantly recognizable flair. This is especially seen on the top of the line Futura trim with Sprint convertible package. Its premium status means this Falcon is dressed up with plenty of jewelry, ranging from the arrow-shaped side trim to the neat little "bombsight" fender ornaments up front. But this one has a bit more flair. You can see it in the added luster of a modern application of dark black paint that gives it the kind of luster that can rival all that chrome trim. Plus there's no denying the aggressive stance this one has while sitting on iconic Cragar wheels.You might have noticed some subtle red trim on the exterior, and you'll understand why this was done the moment you open the door. The full red interior keeps close to factory standards, which is quite nice on the range-topping Futura trim. The ribbed bucket seat covers look fresh and flank a correct center console with bright lid. Gorgeous door panels recall just a touch of the 1950s with their shiny materials and lots of polished trim. The familiar instrument panel is in excellent condition. The dash has all the original pieces right down to the hear/defrost controls. The only deviations are the upgraded AM/FM/cassette stereo that's adaptable to listen to more modern tunes and an auxiliary set of gauges for added info. A cool touch is the floor-mounted gearshift for the three-speed automatic that's a nice preview of the enchantments under the hood.This Falcon has an awesome 289 cubic-inch V8, but one look at the engine bay, and you know there's plenty more here than what was installed at the Atlanta facility back in '63. It starts with the big Holley dual air grabber that feeds the Holley four-barrel carburetor on its way to the Edelbrock intake. This is backed up by reliable components such as the aluminum radiator, Mallory electronic ignition, steel braided hoses, stabilizer bar, and Edelbrock fined valve covers. The full package makes plenty of power, and everyone knows it thanks to the rumble of the dual exhaust. This is the kind of Falcon that you'll love to park next to Mustangs at car shows. After all, it's cool to present a father that can still out shine his son's performance tricks. This one is thoroughly sorted right down to the original owner's manual, which means you can pick up a very cool classic for well within your budget. Call today!!!