The Ford Falcon lived from 1960 to 1970 (technically model year 1970 1/2), outselling its GM and Chrysler rivals for several of those years.
The two-door compact shared a chassis with the Mercury Comet for the first five years of its production run, when its vehicle class included the Chevrolet Corvair and Chrysler’s Plymouth Valiant and Dodge Dart.
The most spirited Ford Falcon models were outfitted with 4.3L 260-cubic-inch V8 engines. Two milder engine offerings were lower-displacement inline-sixes.
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Great display. I’ve enjoyed my 64 Ranchero neigh on to 40 years now. I’m working on a rewiring and a 5.0 as my next projects.
Excelent place to review all models.
do you sell this as a poster?
Technically the American Falcons went to ‘70.5 but the Falcons went until 2016 in Australia.
Hi! I am looking to accurately identify the type of Falcon I have, any help would be greatly appreciated! She is a 1964 with the single chrome trim on the sides through the center of the curves. 2 door sedan. On the rear passenger window body it has a “classic” emblem.