Hey y'all! I'm a fresh face here, just bought a '63 Falcon Wagon over the weekend and I'm wanting to find the best place to get parts for it; or just falcons in general. My main problem is that I've heard some regular parts don't interchange with wagon parts (some trim, sending unit, etc.)
Just thought I'd drop a quick hello to everyone. I joined this site a while ago, but didn't do the intro.
I'm kind of new to the car owning game, proud owner of a 66 Fairlane 500 wagon. It's pretty much all original and unrestored, and in pretty good shape for 50 years. Its had a coat of paint...
I have a '60 Falcon Wagon that I'm ready to get started on. My last project was a '68 Mustang restomod built to a Trans-Am race car theme.
For the Falcon Wagon I've got the following plans:
- Heidt's Mustang II front end with manual R&P
- EPAS steering
- 331 stroker
- 8.8" rear...
I need a hood for my 67 Ranch Wagon. It's the same as the 66/67 fairlane, ranch wagon, country squire, and fairlane ranchero (I think). I'm located in Corpus Christi, TX. I'm making a road trip to Indianna in the spring so I could take a slight detour if need be.
I made some new tailgate latch strikers for my ranchero and I made some extras.
They are cast out of potmetal just like the originals. They don't have the wear and tear that most of the originals have.
Let me know if interested.
Yup, it's for sale. Too many projects, not enough time.
Got it listed in the classifieds here:
See the full writeup here:
For Sale: One Kickass Eyesore of a Wagon : Hooniverse
More pictures here:
1964 Mercury Comet Station Wagon. 289 V-8 automatic. Located in suburb of Denver Colorado.
This is a very cool car and would make a fun restoration project. Runs and drives great, but leaks tranny fluid when parked.
The car is probably 90% original. Most, if not all, of the chrome is on the...