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1962-1964 Ford Falcon Sprint Gr. 2


Presentation: Rally Safari 1962

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Class: Race: Rally — Origin: US

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1962-1964 Ford Falcon Sprint Gr. 2

1962-1964 Ford Falcon Sprint Gr. 2

1962-1964 Ford Falcon Sprint Gr. 2

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4.7 V8 285hp / 210kW 4MT Rear Wheel Drive 1962-1964

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Desscythe17 NL (10655)

2019-09-06 09:31

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Is this really an Australian Falcon? It has California plates.
The Falcon was also an American car during the 60s, so that would change its origin.

Ford78 PT (995)

2019-09-06 10:24

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Desscythe17 wrote Is this really an Australian Falcon? It has California plates.
The Falcon was also an American car during the 60s, so that would change its origin.

Ups sorry! I will replace pictures.

Desscythe17 NL (10655)

2019-09-06 11:38

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Ford78 wrote
Ups sorry! I will replace pictures.

I'm just reading about this car, it participated in the 1963 Monte Carlo Rally, no?
I think you can return the front image you had before, since it does seem to be an American Falcon that participated in the rally, and not an Australian one.

Ford78 PT (995)

2019-09-07 11:11

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Desscythe17 wrote
I'm just reading about this car, it participated in the 1963 Monte Carlo Rally, no?
I think you can return the front image you had before, since it does seem to be an American Falcon that participated in the rally, and not an Australian one.

It did participate on 1963 Monte Carlo Rally, however, the main debut was in 1962 Safari Rally Kenya (second by Rallye-info's website), hence why it is put as "1962-64" instead of "1963-64".
This picture is from the 1963 Monte Carlo Rally.

I searched pictures of Ford Falcon Rally in Google and I found that they seem to be American Falcon instead of Australian. Thanks for the informations! :)

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