Ford XP Falcon: The XP was the last and best of the original 1960’s series Falcons in my opinion. It no longer has the droopy nose of the earlier models and came in a wide range of body styles. This one is in great condition, possibly on it’s 2nd or 3rd restoration and features the 3 speed ‘Fordomatic’ transmission. Also check out the interesting rims and twin exhausts (does it have a V8 secretly hiding under the bonnet I wonder).
1977 ZH Fairlane: Iconic Aussie designed and made Ford Fairlane. ohh baby yes!
Ford KB Laser: Where have all the Laser’s gone… long time passing. Well, here’s an older KB model with the fancy side lettering and the ‘big’ 1.5 litre engine.
Mustang 289 Convertible: Simply delicious. An older model Ford Mustang convertible. Fantastic! I love it.
Ford Ranchero GT Ute: You gotta hand it to the yanks in the 1970’s…they built great muscle utes.
1930 Ford Model A Tudor Hot Rod: Hold onto you horses and check this 1930 Model A rod. Now that’s a car!
Ford ZD Fairlane: Once popular with people who towed horse floats.But not this one, it doesn’t have a tow bar.
XE Falcon 5.8 Litre S Pack: Not just another XE Falcon…If you think hens teeth are rare, then 5.8 litre XE Falcons are rarer! This example has been kept close to stock condition I’ve noticed.
1982 XE Falcon S Pack: A classic Ford Falcon from the 1980’s. This one is a 6 cylinder ‘S’ Pack version. Owner has done some restoration work to keep up appearances.It’s not for sale…so don’t ask.
1966 Ford XR Falcon: How wonderful to see an XR Falcon again.