1968 ?? Ford Falcon Futura - parts or whole

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  1. 70DartMike

    70DartMike Too many projects

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    A Ford Falcon came into the yard. We'd like to part it out, if anyone needs any of this stuff. If not, it'll get squished.
    It's pretty rough, but there are a few good things like arm rests, some small emblems, passenger side tail light, both reverse lights, gauge cluster, steering wheel, back window, etc.

    Located in Coombs, BC, Canada.

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  2. 67Dart273

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    Does it have a 9" rear axle? I cant see in the photos, 4 or 5 bolt wheels?
     
  3. 70DartMike

    70DartMike Too many projects

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    I'm doubtful on the 9", but I'll check on the weekend for you.
     
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    RustyRatRod I was born on a Monday. Not last Monday. FABO Gold Member

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    Falcons are cool.
     
  5. 70DartMike

    70DartMike Too many projects

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    Edit: after looking at the pictures closer, I believe it has 5 bolt wheels.
     
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    SpeedThrills FABO Gold Member FABO Gold Member

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    That particular style Falcon was cool because they were similar to the Torino. As such, the big block, C6 and 9" rear from a Torino bolted in.
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    Way smaller car than a Torino...Big blocks were tight in the Torinos also.
     
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    I had a 66 and parts for those cars are Extremely hard to find. I grenaded my 514 and hit the wall. Took almost a year to find a fender! I wouldn't crush it until you post it on ebay for parts and start parting it out. Fenders, window trim among many other things will go FAST! They are popular here in Texas at the dragstrips. I guess everyone is tired of Muttstangs! LoL!

    This was my 66,
     

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    abdywgn dismantler

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    Torinos and Falcons shared the same chassis,less wheelbase inches. HotRod had an article years ago about a sleeper Falcon with the 428.All bolt-in, using Ford parts. Even the dash board reminds me of a 68 Torino.
     
  10. 70DartMike

    70DartMike Too many projects

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    It's not my choice on whether it gets crushed or not, but I'm able to grab some parts off it before it does get crushed. The hard part is, a lot of people have said to me 'No no no don't crush it! They're so hard to find!' , but not one person has offered to pay scrap value for it.
     
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