Although the Falcon is called a small or compact car, that is only by the standards of 1960's American cars. By modern standards it would be considered mid-size or even large. The engine was a rather weak 90 horsepower straight six with a single carburator. In 1960 there were several body style options: 2 and 4 door sedan, 2 and 4 door station wagon, and car-based pickup truck, similar to the Ford Ranchero. A van version of this car would be offered in later yeras, along with a squire version of the wagon.
It should be noted that the father of this car is widely considered to be Robert McNamara, the same man who messed everything up in Vietnam (if you accept my version of history). Remember this before buying a used one. If you can put that aside, I suggest using Hemmings or eBay listings. You can use Google to find owners groups that might be able to help you if you've got a project car.