1963 Ford Falcon Squire Wagon

This 1963 Ford Falcon squire wagon is a super cool family cruiser. The squire was the top of the line Falcon wagon available in 1963 and easily distinguishable by the simulated hard-wood panelling on the sides and rear. This ‘woody’ look while initially intended to show sophistication, was always popular from the 60s through to today with surf culture. This particular wagon is largely unrestored but has survived in very good condition all round. The paintwork is well presented all round but does have some paint chips around it which add some character. The wood panelling down the sides and rear are in great condition for their age. There is an accessory sun visor over the front windscreen and a roof rack on top so you can lug around your surf boards.
The interior is mostly original with bench seats front and rear to seat 6 people. There is a wood rimmed steering wheel and the car is fitted with under dash air conditioning to keep everything cool. The car is running the original style 170ci incline 6 cyl engine paired to an automatic column shifted transmission. The current owner has driven the car from Melbourne up to Maryborough in QLD during his ownership which is a testament to the usability of this car. This would make the perfect beach cruiser that can cart the whole family around in air conditioned comfort at an affordable price point.


Located at 2 Palings Court, Nerang on the Gold Coast.

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