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any falcon owners here? lets see some pics!!

Discussion in 'The Hokey Ass Message Board' started by BACK TO THE FUTURA, Apr 29, 2011.

  1. BACK TO THE FUTURA
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    hey all, new here joined in December, and so far seen lots of cool stuff here, just wondering how many falcon owners are on here, so I thought I would ask owners to show off there cars! mine is a 65' futura hardtop, 289 block 331 stroker build, 40 over, edelbrock aluminum heads, RPM air gap intake and waterpump and fuel pump, holley HP double pumper, full MSD ignition including starter, Doug's tri-y headers into 2.5" X pipe to 2 Flowmaster 409's, calvert racing rear suspension with caltracs and wilwood disk brake kit up front, and lots more LOL!!
     

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  2. SixFive
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  3. Stevie Nash
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    Looks like a real screamer... listen to Sixfive. :cool:
     
  4. BCR
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    Wrong wheels or not;)....that is a bad ass looking Falcon.
     

  5. Chuckles Garage
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    Looks like a fast car.



    I'll race you for pinkslips..........





    PS......the search button is your friend!






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  6. BACK TO THE FUTURA
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    lol, ya well the cragar s/s wheels didnt cut it on it either, and I dont think steelies and beauty rings would do the trick :) , although there is a few falcons on the links you posted with draglites and pro stars though.
     
  7. BACK TO THE FUTURA
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    thanks for the comments all, its been a costly build, but its worth it!! that being said CHUCKLES.... i think I better keep it a little longer....LOL!!!
     
  8. woodywagon1965r
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    lol now nothing wrong with steelies and rings
     
  9. Muttley
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    Why not? Cragars rule.
     
  10. BACK TO THE FUTURA
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    LOL, I know woody, just not for the look I was going for, now if it were a gasser then it would be steelies out back and fentons up front, like someone else's car on here... {brother} he is building the 57 ford gasser! which is looking bad ass!!
     
  11. BACK TO THE FUTURA
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    here's what it looked like with cragars 3 years ago. but wanted a crites tear drop hood so had one bought for me in exchange for the wheels, also wanted 15" wheels instead of 14"
     

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  12. woodywagon1965r
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    haha i do have a pair of real old 5 spokes that my slicks are on waiting to get the new 10 spokes for the front on skinnys but love my cheap ass steels with the free rings from a ford van and bullet lugs from a buddy served me well for a long time :D
     

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  13. 1Shot
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    from Finland

    I got a '69 wagon..
     
  14. mikeey rat
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    mine .65 Australian sedan delivery .
     

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  15. BACK TO THE FUTURA
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    woody, that is a nice setup!! i would like to go that route next year, I got lots of hood clearance with the crites hood.
     
  16. woodywagon1965r
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    I like it for the old school look but to be honest if i were to do it agin i might have gone the procharger route
     
  17. BACK TO THE FUTURA
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    i like the sedan delivery mikeey rat! good job.
     
  18. MUNCIE
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    I have a 64 futura and it's no where as nice as yours.I have a small build topic if you want to check it out.
    Weld's are not you got a bad @ss ride man.
    :cool:
     
  19. woodywagon1965r
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    love the aussie sd also would be a bugger to shift with your wrong hand tho lol plus i would prob be driving over curbs all the time
     
  20. BACK TO THE FUTURA
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    Thanks MUNCIE, and I would like to check out the build!
     
  21. MUNCIE
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    Weld's or not you got a bad @ss ride man.Sorry about the mispelling...:confused::rolleyes:
     
  22. BACK TO THE FUTURA
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    LOL! its all good MUNCIE, and thanks again.
     
  23. Muttley
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    It looked great with the Cragars but the radials werent doing you any favors. Cragars arent that expensive, save up for a while and get another set. They are also making them with the direct drill patterns again........no more uni-lug crap.
     
  24. dallasdrifter
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    I don't want to hurt anyones eyes until i get my new wheels on next month. nice stance you got on that mo-sheen there.
     
  25. kiwiandy
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    Ive got a 2009 Falcon but I don't think it's worthy of a pic. They are still makin Falcons down here.
    Andy.
     
  26. mikeey rat
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    Thanks guys. Funny how ford Australia chose to use mercury comet front sheetmetal an Australian made grille with an earlier style body for 1965. I think mine is one of 1000 or so made in 65.
     
  27. kiwiandy
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    A 66 XP Hardtop is still high on my list (along with an HG Monaro). The Aussies will know what im on about!
    Andy.
     
  28. 2002p51
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    This is our '62 Sport Futura. It's a real POS but I'm determined to make a daily driver out of it.

    [​IMG]

    (And yea, I hate those wheels and they will get replaced eventually.)
     
  29. HOTRODRUBBER
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    One of my Customer's rides sporting HURST

    HURST RACING TIRES
     

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