My Parents Bought A New 1964 Ford Falcon Club Wagon

In early 1964, my parents traded their 1961 Rambler Classic for the new and advanced Falcon Club Wagon; the predecessor for todays minivans. The van had a 289-v8, 3 speed manual transmission, am radio, and the “automatic” slide out step on the passenger side of the swing out doors; very advanced for the time, and very awesome vechicle ; way ahead of it’s competitors. In addition, it had 2 full rear seats. We had many long memories and road trips. Then, in 1964 and today, Ford leads the way in advancement and technology. Thanks again, Mike Carroll, Valdosta, GA

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