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Topic: 63/64 Falcon
From: Sacramento CA
Registered: Jun 99
posted 04-24-2006 01:06 PM
I have a buddy who's looking at both a 63 and 64 Falcon.
Anybody have any advice I can pass on to him regarding what kinds of problems to look for? Advantages one has over the other?
I'm sure if he buys one, he'll become a member of this board.
From: cordova, tn US
Registered: Apr 2006
posted 04-24-2006 03:37 PM
Haha Man i know every car you buy has problems, its just how it goes but i think he should buy the car nice drag car man
From: Naugatuck, CT
Registered: May 2006
posted 05-04-2006 12:37 PM
I recently picked up a 63 Falcon Convertable. It looks like the 64 has a better selection of parts available vs the 63. Obviously check the Sub-frame for rust. Sheet metal can be fairly easily replaced, but frame work is a bit more difficult for the home mechanic without a jig to keep the body straight. He should pick the body style he likes best.
1963 Ford Falcon Convertable
1996 Dodge Ram Non-stock Cummins
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