800 Derita Road, Ste. A
This 1964 Ford Falcon Futura convertible is exactly what you're looking for. After all, a true classic drop-top in a timeless color combo is irresistible...especially at this price.
The red gets this noticed. It has a nice gloss in the sunshine, which is exactly what you want in a convertible. It remains an overall driver-quality finish, which means you won't get nervous about joining traffic when you leave the garage. That's the right kind of idea for those of us who believe a convertible should be ready for drop-top cruising. And the details are what really make this a true classic. The big chrome bumpers have an excellent shine. The convertible top has the crisp look of new. And as a premium Futura model, this shows off the straightness of its panels with its arrow-like full-length trim.
The black roof against the red paint is a timeless color combo, and with the flip of a switch, it smoothly powers down to reveal an equally appealing all-black interior. Just like the exterior, the interior has the right detail. The carpeting is newer. The upholstery has a good look, right down to the white piping on the seats. And there are the little things like the correct trunk mat and a clean black convertible boot. Two wide bench seats, a wide speedometer, and a thin-rimmed steering wheel are all about the classic car feel. And while the full package feels vintage, there's an upgraded retro-style AM/FM digital tuner w/cassette so that you can keep a vintage look while upgrading your driving music.
What makes this car particularly unique is the way it's set up to drive. It wants to keep that cool true vintage style you'd get back in the day, and that means a more basic setup. Some of us like that better because we can really feel the road. And part of this honesty also has to do with the engine bay. There's a 200 cubic-inch inline-six attached to a two-speed automatic transmission. That's pure old-school fun. So you can tune it up under a shade tree on a Saturday and go out cruising on a Sunday. Of course, we bet there are also plenty of you thinking about dropping in a hot V8. After all, this is so close to the Mustang that it will swallow some pretty stout powerhouses with ease.
Complete with owner's manual, 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 now!
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