As has been mentioned in several sources (including this site), the Falcon Ranchero was offered with factory bucket seats for the first time in 1964. Not many were built that way. Only 235 Deluxe Rancheros were built in '64 with bucket seats. A few more were produced in 1965. Production went to 990 units. The rarest of all is the 1965 standard Ranchero with bucket seats (code 66G). Only 16 of those were built. I don't suppose any survived. I have a '65 Ranchero Deluxe, code 66H with factory bucket seats. For those who have never run across this variation, here's what factory buckets look like in a '65. I know that lots of bench seats have been discarded in favor of bucket seats gleaned from a local salvage yard, but here's what the real deal looked like from the factory. I have altered the driver seat back angle to give me more room. I've also replaced the full size spare with a space saver unit from a Ranger pickup to give more room. However, now the top of the seat back wedges under the package tray. I need to remedy that before the seat material wears through. I'm contemplating my options. I have a friend who does metal work who thinks he can modify it and maintain the original flavor. I don't want to just hack an arch in the lip of the package tray. That would leave a sharp edge and look bad.