Built by world-renowned builder Martin Bros Customs, featured on
Season 5, Episode 9 of the TV show "Iron Resurrection." Owner and
longtime custom builder Joe Martin, along with world-class metal
fabricator Chad Glasshagel, designed and created this one-of a kind
1965 Ford Falcon. It is a complete, no-expense-spared, 100-percent
custom build with attention to detail from the ground up. Exterior
features a myriad of well-thought-out one-off customizations
realized through handcrafted metal fabrication, including the front
bumper, grille and valance, aluminum hood scoop, full-length side
skirts, extended rake on the sail panels, rear wing extending the
tail end, along with a rear valance and belly pan with integrated
diffuser. This Falcon flies thanks to the Ford Performance
5.0-liter Coyote Aluminator engine fitted with a Roush supercharger
mated to a TREMEC 5-speed manual transmission. Featuring full
coilover suspension at all four corners with TCI Independent Front
Suspension (IFS) and a 4-link narrowed Currie 9-inch rear end.
Budnik Knife wheels and Michelin Pilot Sport tires help apply all
the performance to the pavement. Other drivability features include
four-corner Wilwood disc brakes, power steering, Dakota Digital
gauges, Kicker audio system, Ididit tilt column complemented by a
Budnik steering wheel, New Relics power windows and Restomod air
conditioning leave nothing to be desired while riding with all of
the creature comforts you'd expect. Justin Jones of Circle J Custom
Upholstery put his skills into the Falcon's custom interior that
features high-grade leather throughout, front bucket seats and
bolstered rear bench with patterned premium cloth inserts along
with a custom center console. At its first-ever car show, this Bird
flew right into the winner's circle at Texas Motor Speedway with a
Top 10 Builders Choice Award at the Goodguys 28th Annual Summit
Racing Lonestar Nationals. Autographed by Joe Martin and other
Martin Bros. Customs Iron Resurrection crew members. ** PREVIEW
1965 Ford Falcon
Exterior Color:FUSION ORANGE
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