With its V8 power, four-on-the-floor, ideal color combination, and overall well-presented condition, it's hard to beat this 1963 Ford Falcon Futura convertible for vintage top-down fun. So when you see the strong cruising nature at an affordable price, you'll realize how irresistible this classic really is.
This Falcon is a bit of a sleeker bird than many of the rest out there, and it shows that Ford set this up for a nice performance car potential from the beginning. The hint of a .....
hood scoop up front, the Futura's bombsight hood ornaments on the fenders, and the well-creased lines are all quite sporty. Plus, there are little details like the updated tail lights, cool silver pinstripe, and they deleted the side trim to show off the sleekness of the good sheet metal. Glossy red paint and chrome bumpers always look good on a classic convertible, and this one strikes the right balance of attractiveness while staying driver-ready. After all, details like the newer convertible top and American Racing Gasser alloys are about upgrading the style while also having a useful substance for really enjoying this classic.
The black roof looks nice in place, but with the flip of a switch, it gets even better. After all, a red drop-top with a red interior is always quite attractive. We even like the little details like the black convertible boot and how the silver seat piping goes well with the exterior pinstripe. You may make updates to the stereo or restore some interior brightwork, but overall, this is about being a drier-ready drop-top and so you'll appreciate the true focus on the driver. That means front bucket seats with a center console in-between. And there are good upgrades like the Grant sports steering wheel, the Mr. Gasket shifter, and a full set of dolphin gauges in the dash.
The VIN tells us this was born with a 260 cubic-inch motor, and so it's nice to have the correct-style V8 still under the hood today. It even looks distinct with the golden valve covers, matching air grabber, and Sprint markings. Plus, it inhales deeper with an Edelbrock four-barrel carburetor, and it exhales with a sweet tune from the dual exhaust. It's a nice power package for today, and it loves added tuning and upgrades to make it even more of a fun cruiser if you so desire. You get full control of it all thanks to the four-speed manual transmission. And this updated classic also has thoughtful driving features like a tubular A-arm front end, rack & pinion steering, and front disc brakes.
This is the classic that has been upgraded to be enjoyed. So if you want a drop-top driver, it's time to take this Falcon home. Call today!!!