Roll Pan Rear: 1963 Ford Falcon Station Wagon Street Machine – SOLD!
September 3rd Update – As you’ll note in the comments below, Hunter’s father purchased this Falcon for $11,000. We’re going to encourage him to add pictures in our Guys With Their Rides section. Stay tuned!
As a former owner of a second-generation convertible, we’re big fans of Falcons of all body styles. This 1963 Ford Falcon station wagon street machine we spotted here on Facebook Marketplace in North Dartmouth, Massachusetts for $12,500 is especially tasty. Reviewing the Hagerty Insurance Online Valuation Tool confirms this private seller has their Falcon wagon priced $1,700 below the current #2 “Excellent” estimate of $14,200 for a V8-powered model in stock condition. If you are serious about buying this Falcon, you can start the conversation by private messaging Kevin on the post.
What really caught our eye about this Falcon are all of the cool exterior touches. We love the custom bumper-less rolled rear pan containing an asymmetrical exhaust, a frenched competition-style gas cap, trim removal, and shaved door handles that hint to other drivers this is no ordinary mid-sixties Falcon station wagon. If they miss those details, then what appears to be a 302 cubic inch Ford small block crate motor will surely let them know. As nicely as the engine bay and exterior present, what needs immediate attention is the interior. The custom wood panel door cards and black velour simply look dated. We would source a stock-looking replacement interior that compliments the exterior color to give this Falcon a resto-mod like look. While the exterior changes look great in pictures, only an-person inspection can confirm whether a prior owner completed them on a solid starter car. If everything checks out, you still have time to source and install a fresh interior before the cruising season begins. Good luck with the purchase!
Here’s the seller’s description:
“1963 Ford falcon wagon custom was fully restored years ago built 289 with c4 auto pm for more information thanks“
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