1965 XP FALCON BLOWN YELLOW

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1965 XP FALCON BLOWN YELLOW

The Ford Falcon (XP) is a mid-sized car produced by Ford Australia from 1965 to 1966. It was the fourth and last iteration of the first generation of this Australian-made model, and also included the Ford Fairmont (XP), the luxury-oriented version of the Falcon.

The XP Falcon was introduced in March 1965, replacing the XM Falcon which had been in production since 1964. It was the final series of the first-generation Falcon which had been introduced as the XK Falcon in 1960. The main change from the XM was the ‘torque box’ steel subframe which added structural rigidity to the car. This was a key in improving the public perception of the car, as the early models were considered flimsy and were unpopular with Australian fleet buyers.


Limited Edition only 1500 pieces made worldwide with COA


Features:

Highly detailed diecast sealed body (No opening parts)

Interior detail, wipers, door handles

Features blown engine, wheelie bars and parachute