1964 Ford Falcon \


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170 cu Straight 6 Cylinder

Convertible Rag top Fun

3 Speed Manual Column Shift


Up until mid 64 the Falcon was marketed towards America's youth. But, in 64 the ever popular Mustang was launched. The Falcon, even with the addition of the Sprint with it's V8 engine, the Mustang greatly overshadowed the Falcon. This Falcon is a fun convertible with its smaller body size and unique styling. The wheels are with hubcaps as usual with cars of this era.

Most of our photos of this auto were taken at the Dallas Love Field Frontiers of Flight Museum, located only minutes from Texas Classic Cars of Dallas' showroom. This Falcon is a great candidate for a restore if you are looking to throw some love into an auto. With a little care you can have an auto that shows your individuality. Keep it original, or drop a little bigger engine in it and do a little customizing.

A redesign changed the Falcon's looks for 1964. The new look was more squared-off, more modern, as Ford pursued the youth market. The body panels are straight,  and the trim on the car is in good condition. We are not positive about mileage as we do not have any documentation to confirm it. 

Obviously the top needs to be replaced, and there a few other cosmetic items that need attention. However, all in all this is a very solid little Falcon. The trunk area is in good condition with very little rust  other than surface areas. This is  very common of course with cars of this age.  The owner has some additional parts that are included with the car.