Bring back the glory days of the 1960's by owning your own blast from the past - a 1965 FORD FALCON CONVERTIBLE! Hear the growl of the 289 V8 engine as you power up, all systems go! Imagine yourself cruising around town with the wind in your hair and your honey by your side, while bystanders watch with envy as you glide by. Warm weather is here and what a better way to enjoy it than owning a classic convertible complete with fuzzy dice!
While in a local car show, this Ford Falcon convertible was a favorite of all in attendance. A genuine chick magnet!
The Falcon spent its early life in sunny California and in 2005 was moved to the Ozark hills of Southwest Missouri and garage-kept. The car reclaimed its original color of Wimbledon white, and the transmission and steering gear box was rebuilt. The car now sports a new windshield, new radiator, and new tires. The Falcon's chrome trim is a combination of original and and new; interior is original. Only 66,100 original miles. How sweet! This would make an excellent first classic car for a lucky someone. It's a real head-turner. No tire kickers or wacky offers need apply. All "reasonable offers" considered.
The Pick of the Day is decked out in Futura trim with four on the floor
The Pick of the Day is a restored coupe that looks factory stock but packs a high-performance street rod drivetrain
The Pick of the Day is a V8-powered Sprint version of the Ford compact convertible
The Pick of the Day is a 1965 Ford Falcon Squire, a compact station wagon in bright red with faux wood trim and chrome wire-wheel hubcaps, and powered by a 289cId V8.
Shortly before the advent of the Mustang as a midyear 1964 model, the hot ticket among compact Fords was the Falcon Sprint.
Spring has sprung, so it’s time to dust off the ragtop and go cruising.
OK, I admit it. I’m a sucker for Ford Falcons, most likely because my mom owned a ’63 Falcon sedan during my formative years.
To draw attention to the Falcon model line at the start of the Ford “Total Performance Era,” the Sprint model was added to the lineup in mid-1963.
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