1963 Ford Falcon gasser 2 Dr hardtop, 63 sprint
Item location: Clearfield, Utah, United States
- Make: Ford
- Model: Falcon
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1963 Ford Falcon
This car was in the middle of a gasser conversion when I picked it up. The axle and most components are from Speedway Motors, and most of the parts are there to complete it, but not all of them. There is a down side concerning the front axle. The front wheels aren't connected to each other, and as a result, they just swivel around independent of each other. I do have the center link and related hardware, but they are not installed. Loading the car is kind of a pain, it takes three people. I don't think there are many shippers that would be willing to tackle loading a car like this one. Just something to consider before bidding. I was going to remove it all and install a Mustang II front end for a lowered look. The frame rails and torque boxes have all been replaced/ reinforced, and the shock towers have been removed to accomodate an FE block. I have the motor mounts, trans mount, and custom Crites headers for a 390 engine to be installed into this Falcon. The rear spring perches have been reinstalled onto the top of the rear axle to give it the height it needs for the gasser style. The rear end is out of an early Mustang (8 in.). I have a full roll cage kit that also comes with the car. The body has had a rough time with Mother Nature trying to reclaim her. There is rust in the floors. The passenger side floor is almost ready for the new floor, and the driver side needs to be started. Both new replacement floors are in the car waiting for installation. As you can see in the pictures, the left rear quarter panel has seen better days. There is a brand new replacement panel included in the sale. I haven't looked at the extent of damage under previous repairs, but there doesn't appear to be anything too extreme. There is no front seat or gas tank, and I'm sure there are other parts missing. I can't think of anything else to tell you, but if you think of something, be sure and ask. Thanks