1964 Ford Falcon Sprint
Ford added the Sprint package to their 1964 model, which included a snappy 260 V8, 4-speed transmission, stiff suspension, and loud exhaust. In late 1964—according to some experts—the 260 was replaced with the 289 with 4bbl. This Sprint has a date code correct, potent 289 that the previous owner says was the original engine.
The previous owner had this car for nearly 30 years, and although he said it was all-original, we have confirmed that the transmission has been upgraded to a 68 date code 4-speed top loader.
The 8” differential, chrome valve covers, chrome air cleaner, and stock suspension is still in place.
This early muscle car is not only a rare find, but it has a rust-free frame and nearly rust-free sheet-metal. The car comes with all new rubber in case someone wants to do a first-class cosmetic restoration.
This Sprint is still wearing its original patina’d turquoise paint on an incredibly straight body. It’s also a super fun driver that can easily smoke the tires. SMG is offering this Sprint for $19,500 as it sits (for a short period of time). If it’s not sold soon, it will head to the paint shop for an easy scuff and shoot, raising the price in to around $30,000.
*We highly recommend that each car is inspected by a third party prior to purchase.