Well I had my fun with it but have no storage room to keep it. Selling for $1750.00, one 1964 Ford Falcon 4 door sedan purchased by US Army. Has federal stock number data tag mounted in trunk. Odometer shows aprox. 58000 miles on it. Just had it in 4th of July parade. Front clip and doors in good shape, rear quarters were reworked a while back, bondoed up. Looks like car sat for a while and water sitting inside rear quarters rusted part of them away. Floor board in front patched up, unibody undercarriage looks solid, driver side rocker panel solid except where it meets quarter panel. Rear seat hardly looks sat in, front seat has seat cover. All glass intact, interior door panels need replace (the vinyl covering behind the inner door handles and window cranks). These were pretty cheap from the factory and have swelled up and split from moisture over the years and I'm sure the mice enjoyed them too. Car was found in back of a dealer in Butler, Wi. with alot of junk sitting on top of it. I think the dealer forgot about it, until the kid I bought it from bought it and started working on it. He put a new radiator in it and redid the brakes (parking brake not operational at this time). Car ran with no problems in 4 mile long parade in 100 degree heat on July 4. (I was quite surprised). 144 Cu.In. 6 banger with 3 on the tree. Contact me if interested.
Better than a beater with a heater, may be one of the only ones still around. Best wishes; Leo
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