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Hi All! I’m new to the forum. Looking to learn as much as you all have to teach. I have a 1965 Falcon Futura. Her name’s Sabrina and mine’s Jen. We’re both happy to meet you.
 

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Jen and Sabrina, Welcome to the FFO!


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Most stumble here as well!
Glad to have you.

Ask questions. Post lots of pictures. And update your profile with location. City and state if you are in the US. There are a number that are outside the US.

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Most stumble here as well!
Glad to have you.

Ask questions. Post lots of pictures. And update your profile with location. City and state if you are in the US. There are a number that are outside the US.

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Thanks I’ll work on that today!
 

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Thank you.

If you wish, start a new thread and post pics of Sabrina.
Or if there is something specific that you want to learn about ask away.

Not sure how long you have had her and what condition. Suggestions if I may.
Get a factory should manual. While the factory did not make as good of a shop manual as they do now, it is far better than after market manuals or nothing at all. Some of your education can be from that manual. Ebay is a good venue for that

In addition a lot of us have manuals and we could direction you to the section and page if you had one.

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And not knowing the exact condition of Sabrina, you might find this thread has some value.

https://www.fordforumsonline.com/threads/bringing-a-car-back-from-the-dead.23025/

Vehicles of the era (or anything built prior to the 1980s) are high maintenence. It is this level of care that often gets neglected and is labor intensive. However that level of care is what keeps the ride from breaking. And we all want to keep from breaking down.

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