Falcon XF Ghia Wagon: It’s over 20 years and still looks in pretty good nick. Though for many years these XF Falcons were relegated to the scrap heap, but now their scarcity has regained an interest from a new generation of collectors and Falcon restorers.
Falcon XY GT 351: A classic Aussie muscle car from the early 1970’s. These have always been highly sort after by any self-respecting petrol head. This one appears to be highly authentic, it even has the non head restrained seats.
XY Falcon 500 GS: I don’t often see XY Falcon’s much these days, let alone a GS version (Grand Sport). This one has just the humble 250ci six cylinder engine, but otherwise excellent condition. No doubt the owner recognises the rarity of these models Falcons and keeps it well looked after.
Ford Cortina Mk 1: Cortina Mk1’s were a miracle car when first released in the 1960’s. Roomy, comfortable and with a spritely yet economical engine. Subsequently, it become a best seller of it day. This four door version is still going strong… great to see one of these still roaming in the wild.
Mustang Fastback: All aboard for the pony express….tickets please! A nicely restored Ford Mustang from the 1960’s.
Ford F100 Custom Pickup: Ford’s long running F100 series Custom pickup. This one looks like its rigged up for towing, judging from those large side mirrors. A classic.. keep on pickin’ up!
XP Falcon Sedan: An XP Falcon still licenced and runnng. The twin exhausts look interesting… like it’s had an upgrade to something better. 12 slot rims also look great.
Falcon XC Coupe 5.8: You can never have enough bonnet scoops on your falcon. This one has all three. What a brilliant classic Aussie muscle car, I was very pleased with shooting this Falcon.
XP Falcon ute: A well restored XP falcon ute. Interesting colour… perhaps the owner has part time plans doing promotional work for Fanta.