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    Hey. Are there any Falcon fans/owners out there? If so, I have the rarest thing you will ever see in your Falcon collectiing live! It is a wooden plaque that would hang in a Ford dealership in 1964. It has a picture of a red 1964 Ford Falcon on the front. And on the back it say: See what you get for the price of a '64 Falcon! (A million dollars worth of good looks. A ride that makes you forget it's a compact. Economy that reminds you it is.") Ford Falcon, Fairlane, Ford, Thunderbird. It is in GREAT cond. I would like to know what it is worth/what someone would give me for it.
    Thanks

    1960 Studebaker Lark VI 2 door
    1962 Rambler Classic Custom 4 door
    1980 MGB 2 door Convertible

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    Well just put it on ebay and you'll more then likely get more then its worth
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      well, I am goin to try that, but I am not sure what to start it at. It looks like it could get $75.00. But is also looks like it could get $7.00. So I am not sure what to price it at.
      Thanks

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      • #4
        quote:Originally posted by 1960lark6

        well, I am goin to try that, but I am not sure what to start it at. It looks like it could get $75.00. But is also looks like it could get $7.00. So I am not sure what to price it at.
        Doesn't matter. Start it at $1, and let the auction process take its course. If you have a price in mind that you won't take less than, make that your reserve.


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        • #5
          Fords are getting so incredibly bashed in the media lately that I'm not sure it's totally safe to say but I really love Ford Falcons and Fords in general. Shoot me but I like the new Ford 500. My daily driver is a 1995 Thunderbird that has been incredibly reliable. My other daily vehicle is the Ford Ranger-based Mazda B-series pickup. Great good luck with that one too so far and it is 7 years old. Studes come first, Fords second. And I agree with earlier posts. Put your Ford Falcon item on eBay, start it at $9.49, no reserve, and see what you'll get for it.

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          • #6
            Ive always thought the little Falcons from the early sixtys (esp the hardtops) were neat,and Im no Ford fan. A guy I know has a pristine 62 HT and when I had my 62 Daytona Lark we compared them,I drove his,he drove mine,we each found things we liked about the others car but still liked are own better. It wasn't really a fair test as my Lark had a 259 and his Falcon had the little six banger,but they are neat looking cars.

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            • #7
              Put it on e-bay and start the bidding at about 9.99 with no reserve. It will bring whatever it merits. In other words if it is a rare, desired piece, Ford nuts will compete for ownership. A while back I listed a 1966 Mustang GT fast back factory AMT promo model for $19.66. no reserve. I didn't know its true worth and by researching a bit expected somewhere near $70.00. Bidding ended at $256.00. My cost. $2.00. Yee Haa! Thank you Goodwill. All the while there were offers to end the auction. My response. "Sorry, I don't end auctions early." Go for it. jimmijim
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              • #8
                I just re-read your post. Would you take 20.00 for It? Never mind what I said in the previous post. jimmijim
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                • #9
                  I don't know about the '64 and later Falcons, but I know that here in PA a common affliction the 60 through 63's had was the metal around the headlight buckets would rust out and the headlights would eventally fall out. [xx(] Not good for safe nighttime driving. As much rust as Studebakers developed in various places, at least their headlights didn't fall out.

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                  • #10
                    thanks, I will consider $20.00. I will know next week. I got it at goodwill too!!! LOL

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