Wednesday, June 26, 2013

Random Car Wednesday: 1963 Ford Falcon Squire Wagon

Welcome to this week's Random Car Wednesday. This time, we've got an ideal car for summer: A beach-ready 1963 Ford Falcon Squire Station Wagon. The Falcon was Ford's smaller alternative to the larger Galaxies and Fairlanes in the early 1960's. Available as a sedan, coupe, convertible, station wagon or Ranchero pickup, the Falcon was a versatile platform and Ford sold quite a few over the years. The Falcon platform was actually used to create the original Mustang, which to this day is one of the most popular American cars of all time. Falcons also saw action in the racing world, being used in Trans-Am racing and also the Monte Carlo Rally in Europe. This particular Falcon, however, is not intended for competitive use. The Falcon Squire was the luxury model, easily identified by the wood trim on the sides. This one is in terrific condition, and the surfboard on top is an awesome touch. This would be the perfect car to take to the beach on a nice summer day. Absolutely beautiful, this one.

1963 Ford Falcon Squire Station Wagon

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