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Ford Granada MK1 (1972–1977)

The March 1972 released Granada succeeded the British Ford Zephyr, and the German P7-series as Ford’s European executive car offering. At first, lower models in the range were called the Ford Consul.

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Ford Falcon XW (1969-1970) Australia

The 1969 XW Falcon introduced bolder styling which featured raised ridges down each front guard and a ‘buttressed’ c-pillar (although the rear windscreen was not relocated), which made the cars appear larger than the XR/XT models. A new dashboard and

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Ford Falcon XR (1966-1968) Second generation

The next new model Falcon, the XR series, was introduced in September 1966. Styling was based on the third generation 1966 US Ford Falcon and it was promoted as the “Mustang bred Falcon”. It was the first Australian Falcon to

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Ford LTD 2 (1979–1982) U.S.

Ford LTD 2 (1979–1982)

When Ford updated its mid-size product line for 1977, they took on the LTD name as well. To differentiate them from the full-size product lineup, the mid-size cars were called the LTD II. The LTD II served as the replacement

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Fairlane (1959–1964) Australia

Fairlane (1959–1964)

Australian assembled U.S. Fairlanes In September 1959 Ford Australia released three new locally assembled models, the Fairlane 500, the lower specification Custom 300 and the Ranch Wagon. They were sourced from Ford of Canada[3] but were essentially the same as

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Ford Fairlane (1960–1965) U.S.

Ford Fairlane

Ford Fairlane (1960–1961) U.S. Full-size Fairlane and Fairlane 500 models were redesigned for 1960 and again for the 1961 model year. However, the new Galaxie series replaced the Fairlane 500 as the top-of-the-line big Ford. Fairlane 500s were mid-level in

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