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Saturday, April 13, 2024 at 2:44:42 AM Australian Eastern Standard Time
Car Type Coupe
Year of Manufacture 1972 Year
Cylinders 8 Cyl
Engine Capacity 351
Chassis number JG65ME20084C
Colour Internal Black / Maroon
Colour External Black

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XA Falcon Hardtop - More pics available

Original specs:

August 1972  XA Falcon
Paint - E - Pottery Beige
Trim - S - Saddle
Engine - L - 250 1V
Trans - R - Column shift auto

If you're looking for a hardtop that is ready to cruise and only needs minimal TLC to get it looking great, this could be the ideal hardtop. It is currently on Club Rego and driven every couple of weeks.
(Club Rego is not transferrable).

This car would also make a great base for a Mad Max Interceptor project (We can supply the body kit, wheels and other conversion parts, at additional cost).




XA Body fitted with XC Front. The original XA guards and grille are available with the car.

Overall, it is a fairly tidy hardtop, the paint is a few years old and could do with a decent polish. There is some of the typical hardtop rust below the rear window (rear window filler panels are available repro for around $300).

351 Cleveland (not matching numbers). Rebuilt and mildly worked by the previous owner, runs great and goes well. 
4-speed top loader manual
9" diff


XA GS/GT Dash, factory seats have been retrimmed at some stage in grey/maroon, currently fitted with seat covers however they are in good condition and they are fine to use as is, however, due to the colour you may wish to change them to black down the track (unless of course, you're into that combo?)


Our thoughts:
Great hardtop for the money, road-going, hero driveline specs 351, top loader, 9". Personally I'd get some new wheels (we sell some great styles that would suit this perfectly), get it into a detailer and have it given the once over for some paint correction and polish to really bring that black up nice without the swirls. retrim the seats and just tidy up the rest of the trim without replacing anything and it would be a tough cruiser that really turns heads for very minimal extra $s.

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