Inexpensive daily driver or economical way to join the greatest hobby on Earth? This 1963 Ford Falcon 2-door sedan offers a great, early-60s look and fuel economy thats still in style almost 50 years later. For this price, its really hard to go wrong with this Falcon. Anywhere you go, youre guaranteed to cause a stir, and imagine making this your daily driver for the warm weather months each year? Youd start to look forward to your commute, youd instantly be recognized everywhere you go, all for a price thats half that of so-called "economy" cars sold in the new car showrooms. The paint and bodywork are quite good, so theres no need to pick up a worn-out beater to enjoy the style and substance of the 60s. In fact, it was treated to a professional paint job a few years ago in Glacier Blue, which was on the palette in 1963. Chrome and trim were still all the rage in the early 60s, and even the affordable Falcon got a good dose, from the simple grille to the trim rings around the jet-exhaust-inspired taillights. The interior looks great and the comfortable woven inserts will help keep your backside cool in the summer months. The floating instrument panel hails from an era when designers were free to follow their imaginations, and offers a neat row of knobs underneath for the secondary controls. This was a pretty basic Falcon, so theres not even an AM radio, but at least the heater and defroster were standard equipment by 1963. And, of course, there is that automatic transmission which makes it easy to drive in traffic-again, making it the perfect daily driver. A 144 cubic inch inline-six provides the power, and thats also the source of its economy. Smooth and reliable, its going to get you wherever you need to go and sips gas while its doing it. No, its not a tire-shredding muscle car, but this is about affordable, economical, and highly stylish transportation, right? The bright Ford Blue engine is tidy and clean, showing no evidence of leaks or damage, and starts easily with a prod of the accelerator. Parts are still readily available at your local parts store, and it takes little more than a crescent wrench and screwdriver to keep it in top form. Lots of new gear, including hoses, plugs, wires, and a recent exhaust system practically eliminate up-front costs, so all you need to do is start enjoying the ride. Even the 185/80/13 whitewall radials are shockingly affordable and fitted to simple color-matched steel wheels. Think about it: a cool 60s cruiser that can still double as economical daily transportation. Why not? Call us today. This vehicle is located in our Charlotte showroom. For more information, please call (704) 598-2130 or toll free (866) 542-8392.
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