OrthmannJ, he must be one of the few Falcon owners that does not want the original center console installed as the prices for 1960-63 Falcon consoles command high prices given their desirability. Even more expensive are the wagon specific center consoles which are extremely rare as few 1960-63 Falcon wagons had bucket seat interiors. Falcon wagon center consoles have ashtrays for the rear passengers that are not found on the sedan consoles. I would definitely replace the '65 Comet convertible console in my Falcon if I ever found the rare wagon console described. On a related tangent, the Pick Your Part website has a 19631/2 Falcon at the Oceanside, CA yard with a V8, five lug suspension and bucket seat/center console interior. Oceanside is too far for me to travel to but I posted the location and these pictures on Ford websites so others building Falcons in SoCal can source parts. Like the wagon I previous l posted, this Falcon looks fairly complete so I wonder why it ended up in a salvage yard.