'62 Ford Falcon Futura restoration done

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Just finished this one up. You can see from the before pic that it was a mess when I got it. That's still the same factory Oxford Blue metallic finish in the after pics. Alclad II for the bumpers. Can't keep 'em all, so this one will be heading to evilbay.

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Nicely Done

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Very nice rework. Always liked these little cars.

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Well done restoration. What'll something like that go for on the bay? Excuse my ignorance, I hardly ever go there :blink:

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Love it, Love it!!! Another beautiful job Alan!!!

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Sweet!

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Beautiful! I have fond memories of the first-gen Falcons... it was my dad's very first car ever.

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Very well done.

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Excellent save on a classic!!!

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Every time I mention Falcons to my father he talks about how the only colors they came in were blue and green and the only people who drove them were farmers who tried to plow down motorcyclists.My dad loves to ride motorcycles. Something makes me think he has had a few bad memories of them. :lol:

Great job on the paint.

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WOW nice face lift !!!

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Beautiful classic....

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sharp

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Neat restoration.

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I highly approve of this build!

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That's my kind of car, and also my kind of model!!!

Very nice work saving the original paint, and also on the detailing.

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Nice! Speaking of ebay, why did you decide to sell it off?

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Who says you can't keep them all?

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Nice restoration!

Sweet looking and clean, i like it!! :wub:

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That's a very nice looking little Falcon Al! I love these little cars and have a lot of memories with them. It would be hard for me to give that little model up! Nice work and I hope you do well with selling it!

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Excellent!

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Very nice ! I like it :)

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Great work. It looks very authentic.

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Great looking Falcon . Well done.

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Nice! Speaking of ebay, why did you decide to sell it off?

Well, I really want to have a '60 Falcon base model to represent Falcon's early years in my collection. Perhaps a 4 door made using the roof from a '60 Comet 4 door promo? I would really like a wagon.

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