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Discussion in 'Station Wagon Auctions, Craigs List and Other Stat' started by 101Volts, Jul 13, 2013.
It's gold-ish or champagne-ish colored.
Wants too much.......
I agree with Marshall. Way over priced for this one, even if it is not a common car, being that it is the Falcon, with factory air and 289. It has rust in the tailgate, which is a bit of a challenge, plus needs a dash pad and front seat repair. Probably no more than a $3,000 car at best, is my guess, even with the work that has gone into it. The Fairlane is worth more, even though they are the same car, body panel for body panel, from the A pillar back. The Fairlanes tended to have nicer interiors.
Need more shots of the right front of the car with the hood up to make a call on that.
I didn't know that, guess I never have examined them side by side.
Ford did a good job of disguising it, but yes, they share bodies from the A-pillar back. The Falcon front clip is the single headlamp, the Fairlane is the stacked duals, but the sub frame is the same, as are all the drive train components. The tail lamps will interchange, too, as the cut out in the fender is the same, but the Falcon has a LOT of chrome bezel around the single round brake light.