1962 Ford Falcon Squire Wagon (289 w/Auto Trans)
- Make: Ford
- Model: Falcon
- Type: Wagon
- Trim: Squire Wagon
- Year: 1962
- Mileage: 25,000
- Color: Blue
- Engine size: 289
- Number of cylinders: 8
- Power options: Air Conditioning
- Transmission: Automatic
- Drive type: RWD
- Interior color: Blue
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1962 Ford Falcon Squire Wagon
1962 Ford Falcon Squire – Lil’ Surf Wagon
Runs and drives great…I built this as a driver for my wife
Body: Very solid body and floor pans, door bottoms have minor paint bubbles, new bumpers, paint is old and has a nice very mild patina. Both front fenders have minor dents on front corners.
Interior: All original seats & paint. Electric Rear Window works. Drivers seat has bad tears, but the seats overall are faded but fairly good. Fold down rear seat. Carpet was replaced several years ago. Original rubber rear floor mat covered with a bamboo mat. Headliner needs to be replaced.
Drivetrain & Chassis: All 62 Falcons were 6 cyl. cars. A 64 ½ Mustang donated its 289, Cruiseomaitc (3-speed) trans, front suspension, brakes and steering components. The 8” rear is stock with original gears replace with a 3:00 gear.
This wagon was built with the thoughts of a late 60’s Florida style surf wagon/hot rod. Smooth steelies and moon caps (14” front, 15” rear), radial tires with less than 8000 miles. Bellflower exhaust tips and 59 Cadillac taillights integrated with stock taillights have also been added. Period correct pinstriping inside and out. Period surf and hot rod stickers round out that look. A full stereo system has been installed into a removable early 50’s Samsonite wardrobe suitcase with a small matching train case as a CD case. New Vintage Air Mark IV underdash air condition system, (still uses factory heat). New electric fan, new radiator, HEI ignition, Weiand aluminum intake & 500 cfm Edelbrock Carb, new one wire 12v alternator, new battery & electric fuel pump.
Buyer responsible forpickup and/or delivery.Seller willing toassist with those arraingments, but not responsible once payment and bill of sale has been exchanged.