Fans of the TV show “Fast N’ Loud” will undoubtedly recognize this purpose-built Blue Oval machine, as lead tech on the show Aaron Kaufman built this road racing 1963 Ford Falcon. He built the car to be raced in the Pikes Peak event on season 5, but the car overall was built to compete in local road course races and the occasional autocross. In fact, the car even meets the required tech specifications for the Unlimited Classes in both Pikes Peak and Big Bend, respectively.
“This car was never a driver car, it has always been a race car since its most recent build,” Aaron disclosed on his eBay ad. “The wear on the car is honest and reflects the use of the machine. This car has raced the Big Bend Open Road Race once and raced at Pikes Peak International Hill Climb three times now. It has been used at various other exhibition events as well.”
Amongst the modifications lies a 363 cubic-inch SBF V8 using a third-gen BOSS block. The car has also been outlined with a MSD ignition system, Holley 750 CFM series carburetor, and runs on 93 octane fuel (though Aaron suggests the car is much happier on 100 octane race fuel).
The package on this car is custom-tailored using components from McLeod Racing, RAM Clutches, Mark Williams Enterprises, Ron Davis, Eaton, Ridetech, Chris Alston Chassisworks, Forgeline Motorsports, and many more. Bidding for this auction ends in just three days as of this segment, so checkout the ad on eBay here for the full details on this racing-ready ’63 Falcon.