How to Take Out the Dashboard in a Ford Falcon?

Answer The Ford Falcon is a compact classic: a versatile triumph of style and substance from a splashy era in American automotive design. If the dashboard in your Falcon is cracked or corroded, it may nee... Read More »

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1962 Ford Falcon Specifications?

Ford had sold over one million Falcons by 1962. The popularity of the car was largely due to the different variations available including the Futura, which could get up to 32.68 miles per gallon.

How to Change the Battery in a Ford Falcon?

The Ford Falcon uses a traditional 12-volt battery to run components such as the headlights, brake lights and heater. You should get 50,000 to 75,000 miles out of a standard battery. When the batte... Read More »

Ford Falcon 170 Tuning Specs?

The Ford Falcon 170-cubic-inch, in-line six-cylinder engine debuted in 1961 and served as the Falcon's base powerplant. The Falcon's 170 most notably appeared in the 1964 ½ Mustangs. Both the Must... Read More »

What does the 1965 Ford Falcon identification tag mean?

The vehicle identification number (VIN) on a 1965 Ford Falcon is an 11-digit number. The first digit indicates the year it was constructed. The second digit is a letter indicating the place of asse... Read More »