This 1963 Ford Falcon was built for and shown at car shows.
Powering this Falcon is a 5.0-liter Coyote fuel-injected V8 engine
producing 430hp with a carbon-fiber-designed engine cover by Clint
Hydro Dip. The engine is mated to an automatic 6-speed AOD
transmission with a Ford 9-inch rear end with 3.70 gears and
Trak-Loc. This Falcon is equipped with Wilwood 4-wheel drilled and
slotted disc brakes, a Mustang ll independent front suspension by
Checkered Racing, 4-wheel RideTech air-ride suspension, a Chassis
Engineering triangulated 4-bar link and dual exhaust with Spin Tech
mufflers. The Falcon is finished in Vivid Red Metallic with pewter
trim and features shaved drip rails, non-op slicked Kindig-It door
handles, roadster-style side window delete, slicked decklid and
slicked emblems. The interior features a Custom ProCar bucket seat
interior wrapped in Tobacco-colored leather, an Ididit polished
tilt column with Grant Leather half-wrapped steering wheel, a
custom clicked and smoothed painted dash with an Intellitronix LED
gauge cluster and push-button start, a flow-through center console
with a front seat cutout for engine and a wiper delete. This car
rides on 17-inch front and 20-inch rear U.S. Mags Heritage wheels.
This award-winning Ford Falcon received the Detroit Autorama 2017
Best in Class Award, the Ford Performance Best Ford in a Ford
Award, the Outstanding Interior Award, and the Spring Pigeon Ford
Rod Run 2017 Top 25 Award & Promoter's Pick. **SOLD ON BONDED
1963 Ford Falcon
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