Custom-built Falcon by Galfre's Custom Rodz, powered by a mildly
built 302ci V8 street engine with bolt-on performance items backed
by a C4 automatic transmission. Laser-straight body with excellent
panel gaps finished in PPG Midnight Blue with House of Kolor Pearl
Clear over a Cadillac Diamond White top all buffed to a brilliant
mirror-like image. The custom interior was professionally done by
Jay's Hot Rod Upholstery and features bucket seats done in soft
black with suede inserts and French seams, a hand-fabricated
full-length console with drink holders and an MP3 hookup, as well
as custom dash insert with Dolphin gauges, an Ididit tilt steering
column, smoked glass, high-end sound system with Custom Audio Sound
stereo, Pioneer speakers and a KICKER competition amplifier. Shaved
trunk lock with inside release and shaved gas door with filler
relocated to trunk. Other items include front disc brakes, Flaming
River manual rack steering, ladder-bar rear suspension, front and
rear adjustable QA1 coilover shocks, Torq Thrust polished wheels,
BFGoodrich tires, Flowmaster mandrel-bent exhaust, aluminum
radiator, polished and chrome engine components, custom rear engine
surround, stainless-steel fasteners and more. Multi-award-winning
car, including Goodguys awards for best paint and best engine
(awards are not included). **SOLD ON BONDED TITLE** **TITLE IN
1962 Ford Falcon
Exterior Color:MIDNIGHT BLUE PEARL
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