Wayne Cook
July 23, 2007
Photos By: Jeff Ford
This angle shows that all of the original trim and moldings are present and in excellent shape. These embellishments are decorative and place the car firmly in its time period.

The Details
'64 Ford Falcon Futura
Owner: Craig Amboyan, Port Charlotte, FL

351 Windsor 0.030-overbore
Eagle steel crankshaft
Eagle H-beam connecting rods
Probe forged pistons
Trick Flow Twisted Wedge aluminum cylinder heads
Comp Cams valvetrain
Edelbrock intake
Demon 650-cfm carb
MSD ignition

Tremec five-speed manual
Custom-made crossmember
Hydraulically actuated clutch linkage

3.70 gears

Hedman full-length headers
Full dual exhaust

Front: Rod & Custom Motorsports {{{Mustang}}} II, coilover shocks, rack-and-pinion steering
Rear: Ladder bars, custom-made subframe connectors

Front: Disc
Rear: Disc

We like the contrasting two-tone, blue-and white interior. The high-back bucket seats with headrests give the interior an expensive look you don't expect to see in the economy-minded Falcon. The interior also has a racy feel imparted by the Hurst T-handle shifter, fire extinguisher, and Billet Specialties steering wheel.

Front: Billet Specialties GTX03, 15x7
Rear: Billet Specialties GTX03, 15x8

Front: Michelin, P225/50R15
Rear: Michelin, P245/50R15

Custom dash
Auto Meter Pro Comp gauges
High-back bucket seats with headrests and special-design upholstery
Custom-made door panels
Hurst shifter

Two-stage paint, Ford Sapphire Blue
Thunderbolt-style teardrop hood