Our Detroit Showroom is proud to offer a super cool 1965 Ford Falcon Pro-Street. This one of a kind Falcon is a big attention getter with its unique design and beautifully laid custom Black Cherry paint. At first glance, you cannot help but notice the stance of the car with the mini tub and the huge Mickey Thompson tires which instantly lets you know that this Falcon is not one to be messed with. This '65 Falcon has been caged but still retains everything necessary to be completely street legal allowing you to drive this fun car anywhere that you wish. The professionally built 302 CID V8 small block is dressed with plenty of high performance mods and is making plenty of horse power. This powerplant is paired to a beefed up C4 Automatic Transmission, following up behind the built trans is a Ford 9" rear end. The comfortable cloth interior transplanted from a late 80's Mustang is in amazing shape and makes this beauty incredibly comfortable to cruise. The Weld Racing wheels are definitely a great fit for this Falcon and let onlookers know that you mean business. If you are in the market for a tamed beast on the road, this is the car for you. For more information including over 100HD photos and video of this 1965 Ford Falcon Pro Street, please visit www.GatewayClassicCars.com or call to speak with one of our friendly and knowledgeable staff members at 313-982-3100.
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