Street Show Quality Skylight Blue 1965 Ford Falcon Restomod with modified side exhaust and a healthy 363 SHP Dart Block Stroker Motor.
It turns heads well before people even see it. The choppy idle coming through the tailpipes is reminiscent of the peak performances achieved in the late 60s and early 70s. Sleek, refined design and not too laden with chrome. A truly balanced, timeless design coming from the era that sparked the sexual revolution, civil rights, and the space race.
Treat yourself to some incredibly comfortable vinyl bench seating. It is said to be a throwback for some, and a novelty for others. This car did not come with the radio option. Instead, it has the factory faceplate that takes place of it, and music is provided through a giant Marshall Bluetooth speaker that is reminiscent of 60s era guitar amps. Cupholders are fastened where the cigarette tray would normally be. The column shifter has instead become a long stick shift protruding from the floor, designed in such a way to preserve the bench seating layout while also offering the convenience of an automatic.
This car is Intended for themed photoshoots, weddings, personal branding and whatever else comes to mind.
Cosmetically, this car has minor imperfections as one would expect from frequent use. The bodylines are straight and the body fairly rust free. There aren't too many Falcons left on the road, so it is my duty to preserve this vehicle for many years to come.
Instagram - @Sofalconfast
8-hole aluminum deep dish rims
Pneumatically powered disc braking system
Automatic Overdrive - built by Transmission Pros in Escondido, with a lower stall torque converter to aid longevity of the transmission (est. 2500 RPM).
Availability: Weekends with at least one-week notice Weekdays with at least two-weeks notice for times before 5 PM