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Falcon in Brooklyn

Falcon in Brooklyn

In 1986 I drove my 1964 Ford Falcon from Vancouver BC through Canada to Toronto, and on to New York City. I left New York by using the Brooklyn Bridge, and posed the car on Plymouth Street for this view. This location then was industrial, and now has been transformed into Empire Fulton Ferry Park with excellent public facilities. I returned to Vancouver through the USA to Seattle and home. The car had a 170 cu. in. engine with manual three-speed column shift. It was retired after traveling 225,000 miles.

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