Ford Falcon Futura "Project"

“Almost ready to race”, 1965 Ford Falcon Futura, 95% finished, Carrera Panamericana or Historic Rally / Race, Over Euro 140K invested

It is hard to believe that in 1965 the Ford Falcon was the smallest car that Ford USA could sell to you. And obviously nobody would have ever predicted that it would become such a serious contender in Saloon car racing and rallying in Europe and beyond. When Bjo Ljungfeldt came second overall in the 1964 Monte Carlo Rally, Saloon car teams all over Europe realized that a 289ci V8 and the featherweight Falcon body could be very competitive on the racetrack too. The car on sale has been prepared in 2014 and 2015 for participation in the Carrera Panamericana by Hammer Performance and American Muscle Motorsport of Germany and was near to completion when the project was stopped due to health reasons. Work started with a rust-free dry state Ford Falcon and over Euro 140K was spent in the recreation of this epic Rally car.

Some details
-Rust free professionally painted body and correct trim
-Complete suspension and brakes
-Correct 5L “small block” 302 Ci engine, Holley carburetor, exhaust system, MSD box
-Power 323hp, Torque 480NM
-Richmond T10 Gearbox with Hurst shifter
-“Strange” Locking differential. 3.35 Ratio
-Full Roll cage
-Full Instrument panel including air to fuel meter
-Wiring loom installed
-VIN 5H17T285569
-Original US title
-All EU taxes paid
-Over 140K in invoices excluding body work, cage and assembly

On Request!