1962 Ford Falcon Wagon

US $12,700.00
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Pleasant Hill, California, United States

Features and Specifications

Make: Ford
Model: Falcon
Type: Wagon
Trim: Wagon
Year: 1962
Mileage: 50000
Engine: 200 6 cylinder
Fuel: Gasoline
Transmission: Automatic
Drive type: RWD
Vehicle Title: Clear

1962 Ford Falcon Wagon

Very nice quality driver Falcon Wagon. This was an abandoned project which I acquired. The shop which the previous owner had at closed its doors and went out of business. In turn the building owner notified all customers to pick up their cars otherwise they would lose it. The Falcon was almost there when the shop closed down. Body work and paint was done. Rear quarters were replaced and floor boards patched up. Interior is done as well from headliner to carpet kit. The previous owner spent 9k with the body shop. Flat black paint and pearl turquoise top. All the interior trim as well as dash is also in turquoise pearl white. Now to the drive train. A rebuilt 200 6 cylinder out of a 1965 Mustang was installed 3 years ago along with a rebuilt C4 auto transmission. Runs great! New brakes all around and still has drum brakes. Front end suspension completely gone thru. New shocks as well. Included in the sale is a new header and thrush mufflers so the exhaust is fine as is and install header exhaust system when new owner feels the need. I've spent a lot of time putting the wagon back together when I got it. Lots of finish work such as, trimming carpet and installing door sill plates. Door panels and fuzzies needed to be re installed. It rattled a bit when driven but got it quiet down when door fuszzies installed. Rear tail gate window adjust ( still has a little rattle) nothing major. Misc trim inside. Finish up rear wood floor in back. Fix the brake lights, turn signals. Tune up and oil change so I know exactly that it's done and not guess. Like I said runs fine. So just a bunch of Nik nak finishing work. Still needs a few things done like align doors not bad just the pass side. Really not much left to do but I just need move on to finish up my other project now as this wagon is in driver condition again. The price? Well, imagine starting with a donor Falcon that's not all beat up and has all the trim and a roof rack. You'd pay at least 3k. The body work and paint that was done 9k. Interior? 2k Engine/ Trans 3k? Front end work shocks and brakes? 800$ Tires and rims ? Misc stuff 1k. Anyway for what I'm asking I really don't think you can build it for less. I can provide more pix and info as needed. All in all a Pretty nice wagon! Thanks for looking.
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