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JP65Falcon
02-26-2017, 02:25 PM
Hi!
Name is Jeff Pfaff, I live in the Yakima area and have been around Fords all 50 years of my life from riding home in new 1967 Galaxie XL to owning over 31 Fords to today. I owned many performance cars, (1970 Boss 302, 1970 429 Torino Cobra, 1968 Torino 390 GT, 1965 Comet, with the most recent purchase of a 1965 Falcon Futura and the list goes on to a new Super Duty.

I purchased the 1965 Falcon in August of 2016, Original 6 cyl, 4 speed car, bucket seat car that was converted over to a 90's Ford Racing 302, disc brakes, hydraulic clutch and a Maverick 8" rear. The car has 56k on the odometer and virtually been garaged all of it's life, sporting the original interior and paint.

Gitanesteel
02-26-2017, 06:25 PM
Hi!
Name is Jeff Pfaff, I live in the Yakima area and have been around Fords all 50 years of my life from riding home in new 1967 Galaxie XL to owning over 31 Fords to today. I owned many performance cars, (1970 Boss 302, 1970 429 Torino Cobra, 1968 Torino 390 GT, 1965 Comet, with the most recent purchase of a 1965 Falcon Futura and the list goes on to a new Super Duty.

I purchased the 1965 Falcon in August of 2016, Original 6 cyl, 4 speed car, bucket seat car that was converted over to a 90's Ford Racing 302, disc brakes, hydraulic clutch and a Maverick 8" rear. The car has 56k on the odometer and virtually been garaged all of it's life, sporting the original interior and paint.

Nice to see ya here, Jeff. Great group of folks on these forums. That's a heck of a list of Ford cars you've owned.

How's the winter project progressing?

Luva65wagon
02-27-2017, 10:02 AM
Very nice! Love that palamino interior.

I agree that's an impressive list of cars to have once had. The 70 Torino Cobra would have been a keeper for me. And almost a Falcon, sort of.

Welcome to the forum too. Lots of great folks here, though a few are still in hibernation.