1964 Ford Falcon Rat Rod with a 496 Big Block Stroker Popping out of the Hood

As an American multinational automaker and the world's one of the most prominent manufacturers of automobiles, luxury and commercial vehicles, trucks, SUVs and automotive parts, Ford is the leader of the global industry for more than a century.

Having its headquarter in Dearborn, Michigan and having countless offices in almost every country and city of the world, Ford Motor Company continues to design and built highest quality vehicles. This level of quality is what makes Ford such desirable. Ford vehicles are so loved and celebrated that custom shops make their own Ford trucks and they look "amazing". In today's video, we're checking out a bad ass Ford: a 1964 Falcon Rat Rod. For those who don't know something about it, let us say that it is was a front-engine, rear-drive six passenger compact produced by
Ford Motor Company from 1960 to 1970 in three generations. The one in the video is powered by a roaring 496 Big Block Stroker engine that pops out of the hood. Although done newly and professionally, the paintjob makes the car looks worn out, which also makes it look totally cool. This '64 Ford Falcon Rat Rod is a head turner, for sure.

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