Streetside Classics - Nashville
6000 Reliance Dr
You love it when someone invests the right money to build an all-out street machine just like you would, and this incredible 1960 Ford Falcon Pro Street is a prime example. It's a complete build with a powerful dual-quad supercharged V8, upgraded suspension, four-wheel disc brakes, a custom interior, and award-worthy slick paint. So it's obvious that no corners were cut in its construction.
The rounded lines of the early Falcons always had an understated sportiness that made them prime targets of the custom street machine crowd. But while a lightweight car makes for an awesome performance build, the true key to this one is all its overall commitment to quality that goes with the asphalt-eating power. Rendered in an awesome Candy Brandywine, it has the gloss and shine that comes from investing in a good product and a professional hand applying it. The metallic glow combines with the smooth clearcoat to show off the good sheet metal and the chrome bumper complement the overall shine. So yes, this is a memorable machine for far more than just the big motor popping out of the hood, side exhaust tips, and the stance of the huge rear tires.
The interior is done with race-ready sensibilities, but it has the right stylish look, too. It's in the way you have a nice maroon and cream two-tone that's intertwined in places like the door panels and rear carpeting with contrast piping. But what makes this awesome are the competition-grade pieces, like the 8-point roll cage that extends through the trunk to protect the fuel cell. And the back seats are sacrificed to fit the tubbed rear wheels. The two cloth bucket seats are extremely supportive. Plus, you have a full driver's setup with upgraded gauges (including tach and boost), toggle switches, and a B&M ratchet shifter.
The hood lifts nice and tall not just for access but also for everyone to see. After all, this might be a monster motor, but it has such a sweet look with the smooth inner walls and all the major components shining brightly. But more than just an award-worthy presentation, you're wondering about the power. This is Ford's famous 302 cubic-inch. It has dual Holley four-barrel carburetors and a BDS blower. There are also the right supporting pieces like steel braided lines w/AN fittings, a deep sump oil pan, a Griffin aluminum radiator, a separate trans cooler, and an electric fan. Headers feed into an H-pipe dual exhaust that gives a mighty growl out of the sides. And the muscle gets to the rear wheels with a three-speed automatic transmission that feeds the Ford 9-inch rear. And ladder bars, adjustable coilovers, and meaty Hoosier tires make sure the power meets the pavement. This even has four-wheel disc brakes for superior stopping power.
This is a serious power machine that also has an award-worthy fit and finish. So if you love big power and plenty of style, call today!
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