Hi there, My name is Riley and I am 18 years old. I am restoring a 1965 falcon 2 door sedan with full documentation! One of the many things I know I like to see, is when a build is shown through its steps and you can come back to it every week to find something new! Today I am starting My build post and I will continue to update it until It is completed. This fall I enrolled in the collision repair and refinishing program at Okanagan College in Kelowna British Columbia Canada. The program is a 9 month course teaching you the basics in automotive body repair. Last week I brought in my falcon as a project for my class. the car is super sound with only minor rust. This south Oregon car was built on October 31st 1964 with a 200ci inline six and cruise o matic 3 speed automatic. The plans for the car is to bring the body back to original looking standards with a little sleeper performance! The color will be brought back to the original tropical turquoise and will be two toned with a black roof. I know the car could come with the option of a white roof, but the black and turquoise just seemed better to me. plans for drivetrain are to transplant a 351 dressed to look like a factory 289, four speed manual transmission, and 8 inch rear end out of a 1968 mustang. The car is going back to era specific parts only! Im kind of a hard core nostalgic in that way.So now that you know the cars story you can see it! this is only the first week of a long journey it will take, so keep checking back for many updates that will come. I encourage more people to document there restorations because it gives other people incentive to work on their rides, and maybe some ideas if your good! Heres the pictures of me and my brother and dad dropping the car off after is long trailer ride.