1968 FORD FALCON PRO TOURING Color Black

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1968 Ford Falcon Pro Touring is truly a modern machine in a classic body. After all, with a fully-independent suspension, four-wheel disc brakes, LED headlights, A/C interior, overdrive transmission, and a fuel-injected V8, this is a seriously custom machine offered for quite a nice price.
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1968 Ford Falcon Pro Touring is truly a modern machine in a classic body. After all, with a fully-independent suspension, four-wheel disc brakes, LED headlights, A/C interior, overdrive transmission, and a fuel-injected V8, this is a seriously custom machine offered for quite a nice price.
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We don't see too many third-generation Falcons out on the road. That's a bit of a shame, because they seem to have a nice mix of European and American styles. We could go on about the classic design, but that's not what attracted you to this one. Instead, this instantly announces it's a custom machine with its sleek black presentation. Painted bumpers, blackout rear lights, and expertly deleted trim (including the door handles) give it a modern and speedy look. This one only uses brightwork sparingly and purposely, like on the grille to draw attention to the LED headlight upgrades. And those 17-inch Billet Specialties alloys give this the stance of a modern performance machine.
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The key fob has remote door openers. It's you first indication of a custom interior, but it's far from you last. The inside, this is just like the exterior in that you get a full blackout package with just the right amount of bright accenting. You can tell there has been a nice investment in the fundamentals, from the taut seats to the plush carpeting. But what you really will love is the full upgraded experience. Bucket seats, a center console, power locks, power steering, cruise control, and power windows make this feel like a modern car. You even get to stay comfortable with R134a air conditioning. The stereo is a modern infotainment system that not only offers a touchscreen AM/FM/CD interface, but it also has a navigation system, Bluetooth, and backup camera. You'll love slipping behind the black and chrome steering wheel and viewing the well-integrated modern gauge package. It lets you know there's something modern under the hood, too.
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One look at the engine bay, and you can tell this is something far more modern powering this classic Falcon. They kept it in the Ford family when looking for a new powerhouse, and they really picked out one of the best. It's a 4.6-liter V8 from a Lincoln Mark VIII, and the consignor states it was rebuilt about 30k miles ago. This fuel-injected powerhouse is a DOHC 32-valve motor found in some of the best Mustangs of the day. And it has even been upgraded further with a cold air intake, upgraded radiator w/electric fan, and correct distributorless electronic ignition. And this is far more than just a motor transplant. You have a four-speed automatic transmission w/overdrive and four-wheel disc brakes. And as you look underneath, you'll discover a fully independent suspension expertly integrated into this Falcon
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