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Ford Falcon Sprint with a Voodoo V8

1963.5 Ford Falcon Sprint with a Voodoo V8

When Jorgen Moller from RaceDeck Garage Floors wanted his 1963.5 Falcon Sprint transformed into the ultimate track/street vehicle, he turned to Thomas Kirkham at Cubic Performance and Mike Maier at Mike Maier Inc. The team’s talent built the “Voodoo Falcon” into a one of a kind beast.

1963.5 Ford Falcon Sprint with a Voodoo V8

1963.5 Ford Falcon Sprint with a Voodoo V8

1963.5 Ford Falcon Sprint with a Voodoo V8

The car rides on a custom chassis with Mike Maier’s Falcon suspension. The front features their control arms and JRi double adjustable coilovers. Out back is the MOD2 rocker rear suspension with a torque arm and Panhard rod. The car stops thanks to Wilwood six-piston calipers with 14-inch rotors in front and four-piston calipers with 13-inch rotors in back.

1963.5 Ford Falcon Sprint with a Voodoo V8

1963.5 Ford Falcon Sprint with a Voodoo V8

1963.5 Ford Falcon Sprint with a Voodoo V8

1963.5 Ford Falcon Sprint with a Voodoo V8

Under the hood sits a 5.2 L Voodoo V8 from a salvaged Shelby GT350R producing 600+ horsepower. The motor’s unique flatplane crankshaft and firing order (1-5-4-8-3-7-2-6) is accented by the custom stainless exhaust. The drivetrain uses a Tremec six-speed manual transmission and full floating 9-inch rear end.

1963.5 Ford Falcon Sprint with a Voodoo V8

1963.5 Ford Falcon Sprint with a Voodoo V8

1963.5 Ford Falcon Sprint with a Voodoo V8

1963.5 Ford Falcon Sprint with a Voodoo V8

On the outside the team spent a lot of effort widening the body to hold bigger wheels and tires. In the wells are a set of Forgeline JO3C wheels (18×10, 18×10.5) with Falken Azenis RT660 tires (285/30ZR, 315/30ZR). Listen to Mike and Thomas explains how they built the car below or view the build album on the project’s FB page.

1963.5 Ford Falcon Sprint with a Voodoo V8

1963.5 Ford Falcon Sprint with a Voodoo V8

Source: Voodoo Falcon FB page and RD Speed Garage

2 thoughts on “Ford Falcon Sprint with a Voodoo V8”

  1. As an owner of a 63 1/2 Sprint in the late 60’s this car tugged at my heart some. Mine had a red interior that I never liked but was still the one car I would have if I could have a choice of all the cars I have owned. Called mine the “Lil Stinker” and had a dual stripe and a painted skunk on side. Ha ha. What a beautiful job this car is.

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