This 1964 Ford Falcon Sprint Tribute has been restored to give it more distinction inside and out. Plus, with upgraded V8 power and an A/C interior, you can really tell there has been added time and effort to create an outstanding cruising classic.
You can tell this one is different from the moment it comes into view. The trim tag tells us this was born a blue car, but the bright hue with plenty of metallic you see here is quite a nice upgrade. The big shine also helps define some .....
of the Falcon's best design features, like the crisp front fender edges, well-fitting panels, and the sporty full-length side spear. And we especially love the look of the quality vinyl roof that helps showcase the premium pillarless hardtop. More than just exceptionally stylish, this Falcon has been upgraded to look quite sporty, too. You see it in cool details like the wide dual exhaust tips, tinted glass, and Mustang-style styled steel wheel with classic redline tires.
Inside you can instantly tell there was a nice investment to give this all an update. After all, it may look vintage, right down to the insignia trim on the seats, but the seats, carpeting, door panels, dash pad, and headliner all feel fresher and inviting. More than just looking great, this Falcon has all the right features to be a comfortable cruiser, including a center console, cup holders, and upgraded AM/FM/CD stereo with USB and Bluetooth. Plus, cold-blowing air conditioning is especially nice on those summer days when you want to roll down all the windows and go for a drive. You'll love sitting in the bucket seat, grabbing the stylish factory wheel, and they even mounted a tach (for display) on top of the dash for a proper Sprint tribute.
This earns its upgraded driver look and feel with a cool upgrade under the hood. This was born a V8 coupe, but it was upgraded to a larger 289 cubic-inch unit. It's the ideal motor because we all know how hardy these are and how much they love upgrades. So now you have a Holley four-barrel carburetor, an Edelbrock Performer intake, and an H-pipe dual exhaust. That makes for a strong motor that's quite fun in a small Falcon. Plus, a three-speed automatic transmission, power steering, front disc brakes, and newer (2021) modern tires give this a good all-around driver feeling.
This is a distinct classic with a true cruiser appeal. So if you love a head-turning and road-ready Falcon hardtop, call today!