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1963 Ford Falcon Sprint Hardtop Bucket seat ,power steering Automatic unrestored

1963 Ford Falcon

Make: Ford
Model: Falcon
Year: 1963
Mileage: 87000
VIN: 3R17F154929
Transmission: Automatic
Vehicle Title: Clean
Item location: Seattle, Washington, United States
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NO RESERVE......... NO RESERVE..........NO RESERVE
I have a 1963 and a half FORD FALCON Sprint two door Hard top for sale,
It is a true 1963 sprint with the original 260 engine and drive train.
The Original 260 V8 Engine was rebuilt from the block on up with a new dual exhaust set up with new mufflers tail pipes everything..
The car does run,drive and sto, it is all stock with spinner hubcaps,working tachometer,power steering, all sprint emblems ther, trim in good shape no parts missing.
The original color is metallic viking blue with a blue bucket seat interior
Front floor pans and toe boards were professionally replaced with correct falcon floor pans.Headliner is in great shape not torn up,bucket seats are in great shape not rusty or torn up uhpolstery,door panels are also in great shape no speaker holes cut in them
The rear floor pans and below the rear seat has not been fixed and WILL need some work

The cars overall body is very solid mostly surface rus, the trunk lip is soli, quarters,trunk area all solid.
Quarters panels are good as well as the frame rails engine runs strong,tranny shift, brakes stop,power steerin, Automatic trann, 260 engine is very strong NO smoke!
This car is an Ideal project for a paint and body,guy to restore it back to perfection or drive it as a unrestored classic it is in fair to good shape!.
It is currently garage kep, has a clean titl, a true 63 1/2 Ford Falcon sprint two door hard top
These unrestored falcon sprints are hard to find at a fair price not many made in 1963 for 6 months.Car is sold AS IS and where is with NO RESERVE a great deal for the right person who wants a running driving true 1963 falcon sprint project car!Its in a easy pick up location right off the I5 corridor!Call for more info 206 817 8387 or email for more pictures.

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History of the 1963 Ford Falcon SprintThe 1963 Ford Falcon continued its trajectory as a compact that could be all things to all people. After the refresh for 1962, the Falcon received a few mild-yet-distinctive styling tweaks, such as a new grille pattern, reshuffled trim, and optional back-up lights centered in the taillights.

The standard Falcon continued to demonstrate “the great fun there is in saving money.” The compact held the all-time Mobil Economy Run record and twice-a-year maintenance were two big things backing up its economy credentials. Deluxe trim experienced its yearly shuffling, which now included a longitudinal spear that started from the taillight to the Falcon logo on the front fender.

The Futura series went through a few changes for 1963. The Futura merely became a premium trim level identified by special side trim including a spear culminating to a prominent arrowhead on the front fender. Inside, vinyl and cloth trim was standard, with several choices of pleated vinyl available as an option. And for the convertible, a power top and the 170 Special Six were standard.

The pleated bucket seats and console that were a signature of the initial Futura series was now reincarnated as the two-door Falcon Futura Sports Sedan and Falcon Futura Sports Convertible.

Falcon wagons continued their popularity, demonstrating the same combination of competencies of the sedans but with extra room out back. A counterbalanced tailgate was now a standard feature. The Falcon Squire continued to play the role of classy hauler for the practical-minded, and Ford even made the suggestion that “If you want to make your Squire a sports wagon … try the lively combination of 170 Special Six and floor-mounted 4-speed stick shift.”

The biggest news of all came mid-year with the 1963 Ford Falcon Sprint. Think of it as a Futura Sports hardtop with a slick “scatback” roofline and standard V-8 – both Falcon firsts. “The Sprint proved itself in the world’s fastest company by flashing over 2,600 miles” in the Monte Carlo Rallye, Ford bragged. The V-8 was Ford’s 164-horsepower 260 2-barrel. Small-block (with chrome dress-up kit) paired with the 4-speed. Also included in the Sprint was front fender identification, wire wheel covers, instrument panel-mounted tachometer, and woodgrain steering wheel.

Best of all, the hardtop was also available as a regular Futura coupe and Futura Sports Coupe, and the V-8 could be ordered for any Falcon.

Sales fell again, to 347,910, but the Falcon remained a strong presence in the Ford portfolio.

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The 1963 Ford Falcon continued its trajectory as a compact that could be all things to all people. After the refresh for1962, the Falcon received a few mild-yet-distinctive styling tweaks, such as a new grille pattern, reshuffled trim, and optional back-up lights centered in the taillights.

The standard Falcon continued to demonstrate “the great fun there is in saving money.” The compact held the all-time Mobil Economy Run record and twice-a-year maintenance were two big things backing up its economy credentials. Deluxe trim experienced its yearly shuffling, which now included a longitudinal spear that started from the taillight to the Falcon logo on the front fender.

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