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Discussion in 'The Hokey Ass Message Board' started by guiseart, Nov 20, 2005.

  1. guiseart
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    Just scored a 1960 Falcy from a HAMBER... throw some pictures at me of any 1960 to 1963's done right. I like the way this one looks right now, and will drive the shit out of it the way it is... just want some inspiration for when my wallet gets a little fuller.

    Here she is... I'm so stoked!
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    C'mon... I know somebody's got Falcy's lurking on your harddrive somewhere!
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  2. epinut
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    Can't remember which hamber who own's this, it's a little newer & it's a Ranchero. But it looks so good, can't go wrong lookin like this!

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  3. InjectorTim
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    This ones a Beut!

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    A 1960 Falcon was my first car. I couldn"t wait for my second car !
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  5. Fat ASS Whitewalls
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    I really like this one.:D Dean (ps) The black one's sweet too.

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    I love Falcons! Here's my daily. Carnut.com has more pics than you'd ever want. Yours is sweet.
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    woops, pic:

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    here's a couple of mine:)
    I've had the wagoon for over 20 years now.......dam....i'm gettin old:)
    .....maybe i should finish it....LOL

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  9. jalopy43
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    This is Gonecat's '64 longroof. Done in surf/tiki style .....

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  10. evilgenius
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    foose actually did a great job on a falcon on an overhaulin ep. not too keen on the wheels but everything else is pretty spiffy.

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  11. tobyjuarez
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    I just sold it,,, but I liked my 65...

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  12. 34 GAZ
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    Had this '63 V8 sprint 22 years ago. Falcons look good high up in the air or real low.

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  13. fur biscuit
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    deans is where i would go, smooth (but 2 tone it)
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    do a web search for aussie falcon forum, dont forget we still make the things here! My brother drives a 66 as his daily driver I have a 70 ute.
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    check ou the current custom rodder theres a very sweet little black bird in it.
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    currently rinning a 65 falcon, bit later than what you were after but does turn some heads.
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    smiles
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    i thought they put one piece glass in it?
  18. n2billet
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    Here's one we did for the shop, we also have a set of steel wheels with whitewalls.

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  19. kentucky
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    Nice Falcon. There have been several Falcon picture posts before, try a search. Check out Haring's Falcon too if you can find it - it's worth a look:cool:

    If and when I get my 64 Tudor together I'm going to try to trade it for a round body Falcon - good lines there...
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    just a few diff.styles.

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    Dirty31's

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  22. guiseart
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    Damn, u guys rock! I've got a kickin' screen-saver photo album now... thanks alot!
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    The first car I ever drove was a 64 Falcon, always had a sweet spot for them.

    Mick
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    Hey guys ,does anyone have more pic`s of the red gasser , that`s how I`m building mine like. Gasserman
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  26. Rocket Sled
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    Here's mine before I tore it apart to do the body work. It's sitting as low as physically possible now (it's on the rubber snubbers) but I want it lower. I haven't figured out exactly how yet but once I dive back into it this winter i'll figure it out.

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    heres a pretty sweet falcon
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    ...

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    ....nice !
    In my opinion...all Falcon's are cool...either...slammed, gasser or stock ride height !
    / primerkid
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