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Pennant Hills Auto Traders

252-256 Pennant Hills Rd

Thornleigh, NSW

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Sale Price $140,000
Listing Type Used
Stock Number 21544
RefCode TA1152328
Body TypeSedan
No. of Doors4
No. of Cylinders8cyl
Drive TypeRWD


Ford Falcon XR GT (Tribute)Matching numbered rebuilt 289 V8,with mild Crow cam, polished, ported and blue printed to original 225bhp spec, electronic ignition, new top loader box, new clutch, new master, new brakes hoses and new booster, wheel cylinders, new shoes, new fuel tank, new headlining, new leather interior, new wheels with the original period hub caps, new doors all round absolutely no rust, period correct AM FM Blue tooth, previous owner for 32 years, 3 year $100k restoration .Will not disappoint.
The XR GT series was introduced in September 1966.Ford only built 596 XR GTs similar numbers to the 300 XY GT HO sold. Styling was based on the third-generation 1966 US Ford Falcon, and it was promoted as the "Mustang-bred Falcon". It was the first Australian Falcon to be offered with a V8 engine, the 200 bhp (150 kW), 289 cubic inch (4.7 L) Windsor unit.[1] The XR marked the first time a V8 engine could be optioned in all trim levels of an Australian car, V8s having previously been reserved for the more upmarket variants. The marketing focus on the Falcon's relationship with the Mustang's sporty appeal led to Ford introducing a Falcon GT variant of the XR in 1967, featuring a 225 bhp (168 kW) version of the 289 cubic inch (4.7 L) Windsor V8 engine, sourced from the Ford Mustang. The GT heralded the dawn of the Aussie muscle car. All of the original XR GTs were painted in the colour GT Gold, except for eight that were Gallaher Silver and another five that were Russet Bronze, Sultan Maroon, Polar White, Avis White and Ivy Green. The non-gold GTs, while having the same specifications, are the rarest of the early Australian muscle cars.
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