classic vintage chrome matching trailer family oriented
We love seeing these classic wagons. They were often the most expensive cars in their model line, even priced above the convertibles. So the production numbers remain low, making for true rarity amongst mass-producers like Ford.
And with the matching color, wheel, chrome, and working taillights, it makes for an exceptional custom addition that you’ll also certainly find quite handy. The appeal of the interior is as clear as black and white..
Plus, the correct-style air conditioning unit is actually blowing cold with modern R134a refrigerant. This was the debut year for V8 power in the Falcon, and the trim tag tells us this wagon was born with one. That’s why it’s great to lift the hood and see such a well-presented 260 cubic-inch V8.