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    Posted 12 years ago

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    This was my Ford Falcon. I had to let it go, to someone who could bring her back to life. Those were the good old days when cars had style. Thanks for looking. Rip


    1. TRIKER TRIKER, 12 years ago
      Beautiful car. I've owned a 1962, a 1963 wagon and I now own a 1962 Ranchero that I bought in 1979. Too bad you had to let it go. I let my Ranchero get away once but got it back a couple years later from a friend I sold it to. I won't do that again. I'm keeping it forever!
    2. rip rip, 12 years ago
      The man I sold her to has the money to do to her what I couldn't. So she is in better hands now. Rip
    3. upstatenycollector upstatenycollector, 12 years ago
      That's great. A 64 2 door Falcon was my first road car. Straight six 3 speed. I had a lot of fun in that car. I hate to think of all the cars I had (68 Impala SS convertible, 66 GTO with 3 2 barrels, 69 Grand Prix 400 ci, 79 Firebird). I won't evengo into my fathers stuff. Live and learn I guess...
    4. Militarist Militarist, 9 years ago
      My first car was a 64 Falcon. Great little car with a six cylinder and automatic trans. Manual choke was great for winter starting except one time when it stuck on me and I drove with both feet on the brakes. The other problem was that the car rusted out above the head lights very quickly because there is a space there that filled up with road dirt and salt from the wheels since Ford was too cheap to seal off that section properly.

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