Ford released the XA Falcon in March 1972. It was the first iteration of the third generation of Australian-made falcons. The XA was the closest model in the Falcon range so far to being called an entirely homegrown design.Read More
The XY Falcon was introduced to the Australian market in October 1970 as the successor to the XW Falcon. It was the fourth and final model in the second generation of Falcons eventually being replaced by the XA Falcon in March, 1972.Read More
The Ford Falcon (XT) is a full-size car that was produced by Ford Australia from 1968 to 1969. It was the second iteration of the second generation of this Australian-made model and also included the Ford Fairmont (XT)—the luxury-oriented version of the Falcon.Read More
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The XM Falcon is a mid-sized vehicle produced by Ford Australia from 1964 to 1965. It was the third of the first generation of this Australian-made model, eventually replaced by the XP Falcon in March 1965.Read More
The XP Falcon is a mid-sized vehicle produced by Ford Australia from 1965 to 1966. It was the fourth and final iteration of the first generation of this Australian-made model, eventually replaced by the XR Falcon in September 1966.Read More
In September 1966 Ford Australia launched the XR Falcon which was a successor to the XP Falcon. Styling from the previous model was changed considerably and based on the third generation 1966 American Ford Falcon.Read More