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A cool/correct color combo and drop-top style make this 1964 Ford Falcon Futura convertible quite appealing. The value price is just the cherry on top.
Skylight blue is a great classic Ford color. Not only is it factory-correct, but it also makes for a terrific backdrop to all the brightwork on this car. The wraparound chrome bumpers, textured grille, and wire wheel cover have a complete and vintage look. Plus, as a premium Futura, there are nice added details, like the hood ornament and the arrow-like full-length trim. It makes for a good-looking cruiser that also leaves room in your budget to personalize it whatever way you want. And it even has an attractive style with the roof in place. After all, the light blue with a bright white convertible top has the same appeal as a sunny summer sky.
As much as we like this one with the roof up, a convertible is meant to be open to the world. So with the flip of a switch, the top powers down to reveal a two-tone blue interior. And this is a full blue package, including a coordinating boot cover, and so it really the kind of classic look you want in a vintage cruiser. Nice door panels, a smooth dash, and all the right vintage pieces really make this a solid package for those who like to turn back the clock. While this is highly vintage/stock, you will notice one upgrade immediately. There's a modern AM/FM/CD stereo with USB input and Bluetooth cleanly installed under the dash. It means you can plug in your phone and play your favorite driving music with ease.
The engine bay has the long block that's the unmistakable look of Ford's hardy inline six. The 170 cubic-inch unit is the correct spec for this Falcon, and it has the right stock appearance. We know there are plenty of V8 powerhouses that can fit under here with ease, and the value price on this convertible leaves room in your budget for that. But there's also something to be said about the smooth nature of the inline powerhouses. And this one already fires up true and runs nicely. You even take proper control of this vintage machine with the classic column-shifted three-speed manual transmission.
Complete with service manuals, this is a true classic that's fun for today and also lets you think about getting creative for tomorrow. Don't let this well-priced drop-top slip away, call today!
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