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1960 Ford Falcon Base Tudor 2.8L 170c.i. L6 NO RESERVE

Make: Ford
Model: Falcon
SubModel: Base
Type: Tudor/Coupe
Trim: Tudor
Year: 1960
Mileage: 36,443
VIN: 0K11A107110
Color: Red/Orange
Engine: 2.4L 144 c.i. L6
Cylinders: 6
Fuel: Gasoline
Transmission: 3 Speed Manual
Drive type: RWD
Interior color: Red/Black
Vehicle Title: Clear
Item location: Tipton, Iowa, United States

1960 Ford Falcon Base Additional Info:

*This item is being relisted due to lack of deposit/payment. Also, I was asked by a potential buyer during the previous auction if it was actually a 170 as opposed to a 144 and all indications or lack thereof suggest it's not the original 144 but rather a 170. There is no "N" or "T" stamp and the valve cover has its original red color with no blue underneath. The code on the boss next to the draft tube reads "40F17U". But I can't get any clarification with this code. And the location where there should be a block code only has a number 5. The car does highway speeds (60 mph) with ease and maintains speed through these Iowa hills. I strongly believe it is a 170ci engine. If you have any questions just ask.
1960 Ford Falcon Base Coupe. 2.8 liter 170 cubic inch straight six engine. Engine runs strong. "3 on the tree" manual transmission. Shifts perfectly and no slipping of the clutch. Rear wheel drive open differential with 3.10 gears. Lowered the rear 3 inches with lowering blocks and cut 1 coil out of the front to level the car. New sending unit/pickup tube, fuel line, fuel filter and fuel pump. All new brake hoses, brake lines to the rear, master cylinder and brake shoes. The car has 4 new tires with less than 500 miles and no leaks. Also installed a new thermostat, new coolant and exhaust manifold gasket. To give the car some attitude I painted the hood a satin black and installed a Cherry Bomb exhaust. It sounds like a V8 and is loud at higher RPMs. Low and Loud! The underside of the car has been undercoated/painted from the rear bumper up to firewall. Trunk area has been painted and isn't rotted out at the rear quarters like most of these cars. It has an aftermarket AM/FM cassette radio. It does work but it needs 6x9 speakers for the rear. There is wiring to hook up an amplifier. Interior is in great shape. Seats are in perfect condition. Heat and fan motor work great too. It was a Missouri car. I have some registration renewals going back to 1992 spanning two owners and a receipt when it was purchased from a Missouri used car dealer. The car runs and drives great for a 56 year old car. Bid to win and drive it home.
Vehicle is being sold as is, where is. There is no warranty or any guarantees. I described the vehicle to the best of my knowledge. I have not omitted any pertinent facts or gave any misleading information. Vehicle is for sale locally for my Buy It Now price and I reserve the right to end the auction early. The winning bidder is to make contact with the seller, make a non refundable deposit of $500 to hold/store the vehicle and coordinate pickup within 24 hours of the auctions end. The buyer has 10 days to pickup the vehicle and pay the remaining balance. If the buyer will pickup the vehicle within 24 hours the deposit will be waived. Upon full payment the buyer will receive the proper documents and keys to their vehicle. Happy bidding and good luck.