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For Sale: 1964 Ford Falcon in Concord, North Carolina

$74,995
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Vehicle Description

You love it when someone invests the right money to build an all-out street machine just like you would, and this incredible 1964 Ford Falcon Futura Prostreet is a prime example. It's a fresh build with a powerful 549ci V8, upgraded suspension, upgraded five-speed stick, slick modern paint everywhere (including the undercarriage), and a custom leather A/C interior. So it's obvious that no corners were cut in its construction.


The crisp Falcon body has always been popular with custom street machine crowd. Rendered in sinister out-for-blood kind or red, it has the gloss and shine that comes from investing in a very professional application of the best modern paints. If you're wondering why it looks so bright, it's because this is a $80k+ full custom build that was finished only about a year ago and has less than 650 miles put on it since then. This one has serious style in the details, including the mirror-like shine of the chrome and the exhaust integrated into the rear fenders. But really, we know you love this one because of its aggressive first impression. The crisp body panels show off the Falcon Futura's arrow-like creases in the profile. Plus, the huge power bulge in the hood and 18-inch Boyds wheels (with ultra-wide rear ones) let everyone instantly know to take you seriously.


Open the door to a full custom setup. It starts with two nicely bolstered bucket seats. Not only are they finished in supple leather, but also the two tone used here coordinates with the carpeting, custom door panels, and the rest of the interior to show off a very thoughtful package. Even the trunk is finished with similar materials. This combines with the exterior red that's on the dash and door tops to give you the feeling of a nice uniform build. You get plenty of comfort with cold air conditioning, a cup holder center console, and a touchscreen AM/FM/CD/XM stereo w/Bluetooth. Of course, the grippy steering wheel, dash dominated by crisp gauges, and pistol-grip shifter are there to remind you this is far more than just a coddler.


You're going to love putting this engine bay on display. The smooth painted walls funnel your attention to the big and bright motor. You can tell there was a ton invested in polished components like the Ford Racing valve covers, aluminum radiator, alternator, compressor, brackets, upgraded pulleys, and so much more. And beyond the flash is a ton of substance. This is a 549 cubic-inch stroker motor prepared by the masters at Jon Kaase. It's enhanced and fortified with Ford Racing Super Cobra Jet aluminum heads, dual plenum air intake, Edelbrock Victor 460 intake, and topped with a massive Quick Fuel 950 four-barrel carburetor. This feeds the Hedman headers that add power while also contributing to the thunderous dual exhaust. But don't just listen to the rumble, follow its path in the undercarriage photos. There you'll spot a ton of great upgrades, including the custom reinforced chassis, tubular A-arm front suspension, four-link rear w/stabilizer, and adjustable coilovers. You've got a strong Ford 9-inch rear with Currie 35-spline center and 4.11 gears for powerful take-offs. And those massive Mickey Thompson rear tires make sure plenty or rubber meets the road. But while it's great for a quarter-mile machine, this was built for great all-around control, too. That's why you have features like a Tremec TKO500 five-speed manual w/overdrive, rack & pinion steering, and Wilwood four-wheel disc brakes.


Complete with build receipts and restoration photos, you can see this is a fresh and powerful all-around stunner. So don't admire it too long, or it might be gone. Call now!

Vehicle Details

  • Listing ID:CC-1204669
  • Price:$74,995
  • Location:Concord, North Carolina
  • Year:1964
  • Make:Ford
  • Model:Falcon
  • Exterior Color:Scarlet
  • Interior Color:Cream
  • Transmission:Manual
  • Odometer:628
  • Stock Number:5137-CHA
  • VIN:4H19U197001

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