1971 XY Ford Falcon Resoration
This is my 1971 xy ford falcon that me and my dad and brother restored it
took around 4 months to complete so it still has a few bugs to iron out but
all things considered im very happy with it. So id like to hear some other
opinions Of Her thanks. And a big thanks goes to my brother for the body
work And to my dad for painting it. Enjoy!!
Survivor Ford XY GTs
Who says you have to treat one with respect? From Unique Cars magazine,
Falcon XY 9-second true street car
Arty's Ford XY runs into the 9s for the first time. The car was driven to
and from the track and raced in full street trim (3690lb with driver) for
consistent 9s and then driven to the pizza shop to celebrate!
Dandy Engines powered naturally aspirated 440ci Windsor V8 running on
98-octane pump fuel through the mufflers and street radial tyres. Making
800hp the car has room to improve yet.
MG TC at Mallala
Filmed from a 1948 MGTC "Special" on a 4 lap sprint at Mallala. The car has
a supercharged TC engine bored to 1366cc, standard TC gearbox and a light
alloy/steel body. Original steering, shockers, beam axles, cart springs and
single leading shoe drum brakes make it a challenge to drive but it's lots
of fun! (Ignore the faulty tacho) The other car is a PRB Birkin S3 1600cc
Drew & Ella Kent at Longford - XY Falcon GT
One of the highlights at Targa Tasmania 2014 was the traditional Longford
Street Stage. Father and Daughter Team, Drew and Ella Kent thrilled the
fans throughout the stage in their XY Falcon GT.
Paul's XY GT - yourford
View the full feature on: http://yourford.com.au/2011/featured/pauls-xy-gt/
The XY Falcon was produced from October 1970 to March 1972 and is today
renowned for being one of the great Australian classics. Ever since Paul
was taken to Calder Park as a kid by his father the XY GT had become an
obsession. When he came across his XY in 2004 (which started off life in
February 1971 as Fairlane) he knew he had to have it.
Ellis' Electric Blue XY GTHO Phase 3
One of the best GTHO's in the world! - Ellis' 5/71 Electric Blue PH3. 67k
miles, original and unrestored as they come. Seen here crusing the open
road, flying through Targa Tasmania stages, up mountain roads to the Great
Lake. I could watch that SHAKER all day long!!!