Ford Falcon 1970½1970 - 1970
Model: Falcon (1960 - 1970)
Wikipedia (Falcon): https://en.wikipedia.org/...ord_Falcon_(North_America)
On January 1, 1970, the Falcon name was transferred to a low-priced version of the contemporary Ford Fairlane. The new model, which was a subseries of the Fairlane series, was marketed as the "Falcon '70 1⁄2" and was available as a two-door sedan, four-door sedan, and four-door wagon. Despite the fact that the Maverick two-door sedan had been released in April 1969 as a replacement for the soon to be discontinued "compact" Falcon two-door, Ford went to the trouble of tooling up a unique two-door sedan for the short '70 1⁄2 model run. While the number of luxury and convenience options available was limited, the car was available with the full range of Fairlane/Torino powertrains, ranging from the standard 250 cubic-inch six-cylinder and 302 cubic-inch V8 all the way to the 429 Cobra Jet V8.
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