Ford XW turbo Windsor V8
Steve Bezzina's Dandy Engines small block turbo Windsor V8 powered Ford XW Falcon runs in
the mid 8s on low Boost.
Rebuilding the Ford 351 Windsor Part 1 - XW Falcon
The engine came in bits and is re-assembled to short motor stage. This was
originally to be used in a Mustang project, but was shelved in
favour of a Dart small block. So I grabbed it for the Falcon. We don't have
an engine reconditioning room, but all is going well.
1969 XW Ford Falcon Restoration Part 6
Lots of preparation and repairs in this chapter. Trial fitting some parts
to make installation easier after painting. The roof was a pain... after
much light hammer and dolly work, I ended up covering the whole thing in
filler and blocking it back to the point where most of it was transparent.
A further pain, was discovering that VicRoads require floor replacement
panels be fitted with one continuous weld, so that needed to be changed,
but we did get the overlap correct... Still, all good!
1969 XW Ford Falcon Restoration Part 9
Lots of small parts reconditioning. We take a look at the wiring and
prepare for some major re-assembly. Some buffing is commenced as well. Hope
Australian Ford Falcon Club XA XB XC XW XY, Mad Max, Fury Road, XC Cobra
A tribute to classic Aussie Falcons from owners all over the world. This
online club is over ten years old now thanks to the efforts of a few
diehard enthusiasts. Thanks to all who shared the pictures of their cars on
the club website to make this video. If any club members object to this
video, it will be taken down.
Abandoned cars in forgotten junkyard
These pictures were taken in May of 2010 in the Michigan woods. The
junkyard is permanently closed and has posted no trespassing signs all over
the place. I spoke to the person who owns the property and was given
special permission to explore. This site covers 120 acres and is packed
with cars from the 1930's on up. I only had an hour to look and it must be
done on foot. Enjoy the pics, places like this just don't exist anymore.
Truely a rare find. Thanks to my buddy Chris for the tip on this hot spot.