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With a timeless color combo, V8 power, and the desirable hardtop profile, this 1963 Ford Falcon is a stylish classic coupe offered for quite an attractive price.
The Ford Falcon has matured into a well-proportioned classic that also knows how to add the right flair. This is especially seen on the top-of-the-line Futura Sprint trim. Its premium status means this Falcon is dressed to impress with stylish upgrades like the dual bombsight fender ornaments up front and the side has full-length trim that looks like an arrow pointing this coupe forward. This also has a bit of a sporty attitude everywhere with the upgraded 17-inch wheels with spinners and the way the bumper is notched so you get an even better look at the afterburner-like tail lights. The red paint fits into this sporty attitude, too. It's an upgrade from later in life, and today it retains a nice gloss while still fitting in with the vintage style.
The black interior is one of the most desirable combos against a cherry red exterior. It's a later upgrade that has a clean and deep/dark appearance that's absolutely attractive. The front bucket seats with a center console in-between are another reminder of the Futura Sprint's upper-level trim. And we love the trim details, like the way the dash brightwork wraps around to the doors, and there are the correct insignias in the seatbacks. It really has a vintage style everywhere, but the SunPro auxiliary readouts and dash-mounted tach are the right reminders that this one has been given investments to be a proper driver. And because this is a V8 coupe, it's quite fun to roll down all the windows on this pillarless hardtop and listen to the dual exhaust's tune as you cruise around town.
Those who know the Falcon's history will get excited at the engine bay. The V8 was only offered at the very end of the first generation's run in 1963, and it hinted at the cool cars with big power potential that were just around the corner. So it's great to see this one upgraded to a 289 cubic-inch displacement that would become available later in the series. It fires up eagerly and makes for a strong driver. Plus, the automatic transmission, power steering, and newer modern tires make for a solid cruiser.
This is the affordable and interesting hardtop classic that's proving to be a fine deal. So don't miss out, call today!
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