This custom 1963 Ford Falcon Futura Sprint two-door hardtop has
been transformed into a weekend warrior track car. The exterior was
finished in primer and wrapped in a Satin White wrap with a Satin
Black powder-coated trim. The interior has been stripped down to
the bare minimum to reduce the weight as much as possible. It has
Jegs Racing seats and a custom-made roll cage as well as custom
metal panels were made for the doors and rear seating area. The
only other interior features are the Holley Sniper information
panel, oil pressure gauge, Jegs tachometer mounted to the dash, a
Painless Performance switch panel, a Grant steering wheel, and a
brake pressure lever located right next to the drivers.
Additionally, the trunk houses the new fuel cell and battery box.
The engine bay is minimalistic with a 289ci V8 engine equipped with
a Holley Sniper fuel injection, mated to a 5-speed manual
transmission, custom headers, and a new radiator and fan. The
suspension has been upgraded and it received disc brakes upfront,
tucked behind the new wheels and Falken Azenis RT660's tires. All
4-corners were also treated to a 5-lug conversion, with a larger
rear end being employed for the added power. New front and rear
windshields and seals were done at Bell Glass in Phoenix in 2022.
This car was not built for street use, although the headlights,
taillights and turn signals are all still functional. **MAY NOT BE
EMISSIONS COMPLIANT IN ALL 50 STATES**
1963 Ford Falcon Futura
Location:Las Vegas, Nevada
Exterior Color:SATIN WHITE
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