When Ford introduced the Falcon, people really liked it. They enjoyed the simplicty of it really caught on. It had easy lines and was powered by a straight six that got great mileage. It was a great first car or a great family car. It was easy around town and great on the highway so that meant you could to the store, school or a cross country trip. The Ford Falcon developed over the years into a bit of a meaner machine. By '64 the Falcon had a V8 and started to tear up the dragstrips around the country. Some of the big wigs at Ford thought it was a good to put a really big engine in it just like they did the Fairlane. People realized that a big engine in a small car was an easy way to go really fast. Soon dragstrips everywhere were attacked by Ford Falcons of all shapes and sizes. The Falcon started life off as simple little car and ended up as a barnstorming race car. But as said before even though the Ford Falcon was a really nice car and could do so many things it still had some of the drawbacks that a lot of classic cars had. When the Ford Falcon was built the technology wasn't up to today's standards. One of those technologies was the radio. It had bad reception, bad sound and generally wasn't the greatest piece of work. So what can you do? You go to Vintage Car Radio and take a look at the line of Ken Harrison Radios. Ken Harrison radios are built with the best parts and that means a long life for your stereo. Ken Harrison radios are the best in the business so get to Vintage Car Radio and get yourself a Ken Harrison Radio.