This beautiful car is in excellent condition both in and out. Paint is flawless and it runs great!
This Falcon is one of 6,191 ever produced in 1965. All matching numbers! 100% California car, NO rust.
California Black Plate Car.
It has an upgraded, custom interior. 289 CI V-8 engine. Cruise-o-matic transmission. Factory power steering. Front disc brakes. Updated replica stereo. Upgraded stainless steel duel exhaust system. All of the chrome is in mint condition. Tires are in very good condition.
Original owner's manual.
Data Plate: 76A C 58 27H 71 6 6
76A - Convertible Futura 4 (Bench) Body
C - Honey Gold Color
58 - Gold Trim
27H - August 27, 1965 Production Date
71 - Los Angeles DSO
6 - 2.80:1 Axle
6 - C4 Dual Range Automatic Transmission
Call or text today for more details or photos (will post a video soon).
Thanks for looking!
Daryl: (626) 840-1453, available any day except Saturdays ~
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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.