Convertible V8 AC PT DISC Brakes NICE California CAR
1964 FORD FALCON CONVERTIBLE V8 AC NICE
Power top, disc brakes, bucket seats, floor shift, ice cold air conditioning, Expensive Italian style wood grain steering wheel (not the cheap $50.00 type).
It has a clear (not salvage) California title and the registration is current.
This is NOT a show car, otherwise it would be $30,000.
It is good car that is nice nice looking but has some paint and chrome flaws from being an older restoration and being driven etc.
All the body panels are original including the floors, and it has never been in an accident, so it is straight down the sides.
It is a factory V8 “F” code 260 engine car. The engine fires right up and is perfectly quiet with no lifter noise etc, and it runs flawlessly. It has an Edelbrock 4 barrel carb, and does not have a big cam so it idles smoothly.
It has an aftermarket oil and pressure gauge, and the oil pressure is never below 30 and the temp is never over 185, even if it sits and idles for 15 minutes.
The exhaust manifolds are stock but it now has dual exhaust with chrome tips and the system is new.
The transmission is an automatic 3 speed C4 and has a mild shift kit, so the harder you accelerate, the firmer it shifts, and it works flawlessly. The torque converter is stock.
The differential has 3.25 gears, so it has sporty acceleration but still isn’t turning excessively high rpm’s on the freeway, and there is no nose from the differential.
The suspension is slightly stiffer than stock but not excessively firm.
The steering is good so the car does not wander all over the road.
The interior was completely redone when it was restored, and is still very nice, and has a floor shift, with TMI style custom front bucket seats, with adjustable back and headrests.
All the chrome items on the dash look showroom new.
Location: Anaheim, California, United States
Price: $18,500 <- check here if it's still available
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Originally listed on April 12, 2021. Note that older listings are displayed for reference and will most probably not be available.