The compact body Ford Falcon doesn’t get much respect in the classic car world, particularly the third generation (1966-1970) which wasn’t available with the big hungry engines that you could find in a Mustang or Fairlane etc. However, today’s Falcon has been given an injection of performance with a 390 cubic inch big block, 4-speed manual, limited slip 9-inch, suspension upgrades, and big disc brakes. It might not have the sexy lines of a Fastback Mustang, but its got enough go-stop-turn capability to school anything stock from the same era. Find this 1967 Ford Falcon Club Coupe offered for $24,000 in Rohnert Park, CA via craigslist. Tip from Rock On!
From the seller:
1967 Ford Falcon
cylinders: 8 cylinders
paint color: white
title status: clean
’67 Falcon Club Coupe , 390 GT engine , overdrive 4 speed (for that famous Falcon economy) , 3:25 limited slip 9 inch .
Granada/Monarch big bearing spindles and disc brakes .
Trunk mounted battery and starter solenoid .
15 x 7 and 15 x 8 Dodge police wheels , 225/60 and 255/60 tires .
“Handling Package” : lowered upper control arms , 15/16 sway bar , special spring rates .
Built around the year 2000 .
Good for open track , drags , just plain cruisin’ !
Compare to Big Block Fairlane , Cyclone , Montego , Torino , Mustang GT , Cougar XR7, 6.5 .
And remember , BIG BLOCKS RULE !!!
Serious inquiry’s only , no Flakes-listers , enjoy the pictures if you don’t have the muny or you can’t get here to see the car , can’t get on a plane , bus , nobody give you a ride .
I won’t be calling you until you ask enough ?s . Watch your email .
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