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Форд Фалкон 1962. Авито.ру. Вот кто всплыл)

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Первый американский Джанкярд в России sergey_kurkinss 2014-08-04 14:32:00

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 Надо же как приятно, старя машинка всплыла, жаль, конечно, что уже почему-то без документов это произошло.Товарищ вчера дал наводку на объяву.

 Машина известна давно, помнится ещё лет, точно более десяти, продавалась на Автобае.ру за три или четыре штуки зелёных. Висела долго и так и пропала. Больше всего тогда смущал правый руль, хотя этот Фалкон чистый американец, но выпущен на праворукий рынок.  Машина очевидно 1962 года Фалкон ХL скорее всего, с маленьким шестицилиндровым рядником под капотом. За годы изрядно подгнил, раньше был гораздо лучше.  Как-то недавно тоже проскакивала объява о продаже такого же или тоже его, я не отследил. Тогда он возможно был ещё с докам. Несколько фот оттуда. Хотя, похоже это разные машины, но, что странно, что оба с правым рулём. Удивительно просто.

 Фалконов было довольно много в СССР, но, чтобы несколько с правым рулём, это любопытное совпадение однако.

 Странно, что госномер СССР ещё висит, обычно номера забирают вместе с доками) Видимо старые фотки.

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Ford Falcon (Argentina)

This article is about the Argentinean car model. For models produced for other countries, see Ford Falcon.

The Argentine Ford Falcon is a car built by Ford Argentina from 1962 to 1991. Mechanically, it was based on Ford USA's 1960 Falcon. The Falcon retained the same elegant body style throughout its production, with several substantial facelifts taking place during its lifespan, giving it a more European flavour and bringing it into line with other more contemporary Fords. However, several decades later, it was apparent that it was a 1960s design wearing a 1980s grille.

The robust Ford Falcons became popular as black and yellow taxi cabs and white and blue police vehicles. They also had a less tasteful connotation, with the dark green painted Falcons used by paramilitary government forces like the Argentine Anticommunist Alliance death squads of the 1970s and the secret police of the military junta.[1][2]

Falcons are still raced in the Turismo Carretera stock car racing series.

History

1962 Falcon ad

The story of the Falcon in Argentina began in 1961 when Ford Motor Argentina imported two Falcons from the US to test.

1962

In 1962, local production began with complete knock down kits imported from the US assembled at the Ford factory in La Boca. Only a sedan was offered, with Standard and Deluxe trim levels, and a 170 cubic inch Ford inline-six engine.[3] The official unveiling of the Falcon to the country took place in the theater "Gran Rex" in February 1962.[4]

1963

The first restyle of the Falcon came in 1963 and was produced until 1965. The Falcon now had a horizontal aluminum grill. New models included the Taxi model in 1964, and the more powerful Futura in 1965, with a vinyl roof and bucket seats. The first Futura left the production line on 4 December 1964.[5] A larger and more powerful 187 c.i. (3,081 cc) engine was added with the Futura, offering 116 hp (87 kW). More parts were manufactured locally.[6] In 1965, the Falcon became the best seller in the Argentinian market for the first time, reaching an 11.6% share of the market.[5]

1966

1966-1969 period Ford Falcon

The second restyling of 1966 brought a more ornate grill, hood and side panel ornamentation. Most parts were now locally produced. In late 1967, the new Falcon Rural station wagon model began production, with its own Futura and Deluxe variants. Unlike the North American Falcon wagon, the Argentinian Falcon Rural sat on the same wheelbase as the sedans.[7] High compression engines producing more power were available from 1968, and in 1969 Ford introduced a higher performance 3.6-litre 132 hp engine that became available as an option (model 221XP), it employed a freer-breathing cylinder head and less restrictive exhaust system to boost power. A floor-mounted four-speed transmission became available for the first time.[8]

1970

1971 Ford Falcon

The third restyling of 1970 began drifting away from the original design as quad headlights were introduced on Deluxe and Futura models, new front and rear bumpers with vertical nudge bars and disc brakes with 14-inch wheels and low-aspect red-striped radial tyres are now available as options. The 188 and 221 cid engines were now standard. The Futura Rural station wagon was discontinued, instead replaced by the similarly equipped Falcon Rural Deluxe.[9]

1973

By 1973, its fourth restyling, it drifts even more away from the original design, as it gets a new redesigned dashboard with round instruments and tachometer on deluxe models, a new grill with several thick horizontal bars and quad headlights become squarer in design. A sporting Falcon Sprint was introduced with new refreshing color schemes, painted stripes, 14-inch sports wheels and E70x14 red-striped Firestone Wide-Tread tires were standard and a higher performance 166 bhp (124.5 kW) specially tuned 3.6-litre (221 cid) engine, on the interior it included additional gauges and leather-covered sports steering wheel and leatherette bucket seats of exclusive design. The Deluxe trim of the Rural station wagon was dropped. A pickup, called the Ranchero, was introduced with Standard and Deluxe external trim and a heavy-duty brake option.[10]

1978

1978 Ford Falcon Sprint

The fifth restyling of 1978 brought further cosmetic changes, with another new grill this time in plastic, Ford's new oval logo emblems, new updated door handles, improved cabin ventilation with exhaust vents on the C pillar, single large rectangular headlights, and 175/70 R14 radial tyres on sporting or deluxe models, amongst several other changes.[11]

1982

1982 Ford Falcon Ghía

On its sixth and last restyling, Ford tried to bring its design in line, as it is sold along its more modern "siblings", the Ford Taunus, Sierra, and later the Escort. Changes include new bumpers with rubber strips and rubber end caps, new large rectangular taillights with amber turn signals, bronze-tinted glass replaced green, and a larger trunk by reconfiguring the trunk floor and repositioning the spare tyre, and other minor cosmetic changes. The Rural continued to use the original taillights. The Taxi and Sprint versions were dropped, and the Futura was changed into the Ghia. A 2.3-litre four-cylinder petrol engine was available, as was, as of 1988, a rare 2.4-litre diesel. The diesel, a 70 hp (52 kW) Italian-made VM HR492, was installed by Borward Puntana, but as they were unable to provide engines at the pace needed by Ford, the project soon came to a halt. Most of the diesels built were Ranchero pickups.[12] The pickup truck, capable of a 715 kg (1,576 lb) max load, continued to be available with the 3.3- and 3.6-litre sixes, as well as the new four.[13]

The 2.3 offered 90 PS (66 kW), while the smaller six has only 84 PS (62 kW), albeit with a higher torque and at a more leisurely engine speed.[14] The unpopular (due to fuel economy worse than that of the 3-litre six) four-cylinder was available only with a four-speed manual, rather than the three-speed manual of the sixes.[15] The four-cylinder was shared with the Argentinian-built Taunus and Sierras. The larger 3.6, the only engine available to the Ghia, has 109 PS (80 kW) except in the high-performance Ghia SP, where 140 PS (103 kW) were on tap due to twin carburettors.[14] Introduced in 1982, there was also a low-compression version of the 3.6 with 103 PS (76 kW).[16] In 1989, the new Max Econo version of the 188 cid/3-litre engine became available, with better fuel economy at the cost of performance. Chrome was removed in 1990, and the Falcon was finally discontinued after 1991.[12]

Production

1962-1991 Ford Falcon Production (Sedan and Pickup*)[17][18] Year Production Year Production Year Production
1962 4,684 1972 25,312 1982 17,296
1963 4,619 1973 35,595 1983 22,060
1964 11,966 1974 25,870 1984 15,075
1965 15,442 1975 11,525 1985 9,405
1966 16,478 1976 8,669 1986 7,691
1967 15,109 1977 16,579 1987 7,839
1968 17,560 1978 20,355 1988 5,272
1969 14,607 1979 28,522 1989 3,232
1970 21,193 1980 34,154 1990 2,177
1971 26,135 1981 19,913 1991 2,462
Total: 466,796

* Note: Not included in above chart are 33,493 station wagons (Falcon Rural) for a total of 494,209 Ford Falcons sold

See also

  • Ford Falcon (North America)
  • Ford Falcon (Australia)

References

  1. ^ Schweimler, David (2006-03-24). "Argentina: Coming to terms with the past". BBC News. 
  2. ^ Ortiz, Fiona (2007-05-04). "Argentine death squad cars try for new image". Reuters. 
  3. ^ Falcon 1962
  4. ^ "Historia del Ford Falcon" [History of the Ford Falcon] (in Spanish). Todo Falcon. Retrieved 2012-10-07. 
  5. ^ a b 1961—1991: Falcon, p. 9
  6. ^ "Ford Falcon 1963" (in Spanish). Todo Falcon. Retrieved 2012-10-07. 
  7. ^ 1961—1991: Falcon, p. 13
  8. ^ "Ford Falcon 1966" (in Spanish). Todo Falcon. 
  9. ^ "Ford Falcon 1970" (in Spanish). Todo Falcon. Retrieved 2012-10-07. 
  10. ^ "Ford Falcon 1973" (in Spanish). Todo Falcon. 
  11. ^ "Ford Falcon 1978" (in Spanish). Todo Falcon. 
  12. ^ a b "Ford Falcon 1982" (in Spanish). Todo Falcon. 
  13. ^ Heitz, Rudolf, ed. (1985-08-01). Auto Katalog 1986 (in German). 29. Stuttgart: Vereinigte Motor-Verlage GmbH & Co. KG. p. 24. 81530/85001. 
  14. ^ a b Auto Katalog 1986, p. 116
  15. ^ Mastrostefano, Raffaele, ed. (1990). Quattroruote: Tutte le Auto del Mondo 1990 (in Italian). Milano: Editoriale Domus S.p.A. pp. 305–306. 
  16. ^ Heitz, Rudolf, ed. (1982). Auto Katalog 1983 (in German). 26. Stuttgart: Vereinigte Motor-Verlage GmbH & Co. KG. p. 54. 
  17. ^ "Ventas del Falcon por año" [Falcon annual sales] (in Spanish). Todo Falcon. Retrieved 2008-11-23. 
  18. ^ "2.3 - Producción nacional de automotores - Por modelo" [National automotive production, per model] (in Spanish). Buenos Aires, Argentina: ADEFA: Asociación de Fábricas de Automotores. 2005. Retrieved 2012-10-07. 
  • 1961—1991: Falcon (in Spanish), General Pacheco, Argentina: Ford Argentina, September 1991 

External links

Wikimedia Commons has media related to Ford Falcon (Argentina).
  • Web and forum dedicated to Argentinean Ford Falcon (in Spanish)
  • Argentine Ford Falcon website (in Spanish)
  • The open road, the dusty highway
  • IMDB- Vida en Falcon (Living in a Falcon) (2005)
  • Ford Inline-six Cylinder Club

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Ford Falcon (XK)

For a complete overview of all Falcon models, see Ford Falcon (Australia).

The Ford Falcon (XK) is a mid-sized car that was produced by Ford Australia between 1960 and 1962. It was the first of seven generations of this Australian-made model, produced until 2016.

Overview

The first Falcon sold in Australia was the XK series, which was introduced in September 1960. It was initially offered only as a four-door sedan, in both Falcon and Falcon Deluxe trim levels. The XK was essentially a right-hand drive version of the North American model, although local country dealers often included modifications such as heavy-duty rear suspension (five leaves) and larger 6.50 x 13 tyres. Front seat belts were optional.[2]

The steering was light and the ride surprisingly good, on well-paved roads. Whereas the North American model used an 'economy' 3.10:1 rear axle ratio, the Australian Falcon was built with a 3.56:1 ratio which better complemented the torque characteristics of the engine. It had a 38 ft (12 m) turning circle.[4]

The wagon, added to the range in November 1960, was shortened at the rear due to concern that the back of the car might scrape on rough roads and spoon drains.

Billed as being "Australian-with a world of difference", Falcon offered the first serious alternative to Holden, and became an instant success. Sales were aided by the contemporary FB series Holden being perceived as lacklustre and dated by comparison. Two engines were available; a 144 cu in (2,360 cc) Falcon Six inline-six, which produced 67 kW (90 hp; 91 PS) and an optional 170 cu in (2,786 cc) version of the Falcon Six, which produced 75 kW (101 hp; 102 PS).[5] The Falcon was available with either a three-speed column shift manual transmission, or a two-speed Ford-O-Matic automatic transmission.[5]

Although the engines were superior to the Holden FB's 138 cu in (2,261 cc) inline-six, which produced 56 kW (75 hp; 76 PS), and the Holden did not offer an automatic gearbox, the Falcon quickly gained a reputation for weak gearboxes and suspension components, and struggled to take much of Holden's marketshare.[5] This was further compounded by the introduction of the new Holden EJ in July 1962.[5]

The XK range was expanded in May 1961 with the addition of utility and panel van body styles, officially designated as Falcon Utility and Falcon Sedan Delivery, respectively.[6] As with the wagons, these lacked the extended rear overhang of their American counterparts, and also used the four-door front doors rather than the longer two-door units used by the Ranchero and US sedan delivery. When production of the XK Falcon ended in August 1962, 68,413 units had been sold.[5] The Falcon was also exported in small numbers to the various Empire colonies and Commonwealth nations.[7]

  • Ford Falcon Deluxe sedan

  • Ford Falcon station wagon

  • Ford Falcon utility

References

  1. ^ a b c "1960 Ford Falcon Sedan 144 Six 3-speed (XK) (model since September 1960 for Australia ) specifications & performance data review". Automobile-catalog.com. Retrieved 2014-12-19. 
  2. ^ a b Dusan Ristic-Petrovic. "File: Australia/1960 Ford Falcon/1960 Ford Falcon _Aus_-08". Oldcarbrochures.com. Retrieved 2011-11-20. 
  3. ^ a b "1960 Ford (Australia) XK Falcon Sedan performance data, specs & photo". Automobile-catalog.com. Retrieved 2011-11-20. 
  4. ^ Dusan Ristic-Petrovic. "File: Australia/1960 Ford Falcon/1960 Ford Falcon _Aus_-07". Oldcarbrochures.com. Retrieved 2011-11-20. 
  5. ^ a b c d e "Ford Falcon (XK Falcon)". GoAuto.com.au. 
  6. ^ Bushby, A. C. (1989). The Australian Ford Falcon. A.C. Bushby. ISBN 0-7316-3621-X. 
  7. ^ "Aussie Ford now adds Cortinas to Falcon line". The Straits Times. 30 September 1963. Retrieved 25 February 2016. 
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Ford Falcon (Argentina)

The Argentine Ford Falcon is a compact size car that was built by Ford Argentina from 1962 to 1991. Mechanically, it was based on the Ford USA's 1960 Falcon. The Falcon retained the same body style throughout its production, with several substantial face lifts taking place during its lifespan, giving it a more European flavour and bringing it into line with other more contemporary Fords. However, several decades later it was apparent that it was a 1960s design wearing a 1980s grille.

The robust Ford Falcons became popular as black and yellow taxi cabs and black and blue police vehicles, with the green painted Falcons used by the secret police of the military junta of the 1970s associated with them to this day.[1][2]

Falcons are still raced in the Turismo Carretera stock car racing series.

History

The story of the Falcon in Argentina began in 1961 when Ford Motor Argentina imported two Falcons from the US to test.

1962

In 1962, local production began with complete knock down kits imported from the US assembled at the Ford factory in La Boca. Only a sedan was offered, with Standard and Deluxe trim levels, and a 170 cubic inch Ford Straight-6 engine.[3] The official unveiling of the Falcon to the country took place in the theater "Gran Rex" in February 1962.[4]

Argentine Ford Falcon, 1982-1990 model
1963

The first restyle of the Falcon came in 1963 and was produced until 1965. The Falcon now had a horizontal aluminum grill. New models included the Taxi model in 1964, and the Futura in 1965, with a vinyl roof and bucket seats. A larger and more powerful 187 c.i. engine was available. More parts were manufactured locally.[5]

1966

The second restyling of 1966 brought a more ornate grill, hood and side panel ornamentation. Most parts were now locally produced. In 1968, the new Falcon Rural station wagon model began production, with its own Futura and Deluxe variants. High compression engines producing more power were available from 1968, and in 1969 Ford introduced a higher performance 3.6 litre 132 hp engine that became available as an option (model 221XP), it employeda a freer-breathing cylinder head and less restrictive exhaust system to boost power. A floor mounted 4-speed transmission became available for the first time.[6]

1970

The third restyling of 1970 began drifting away from the original design as quad headlights were introduced on Deluxe and Futura models, new front and rear bumpers with vertical nudge bars and disc brakes with 14 inch wheels and low aspect red stripe radial tyres are now available as options. The 188 and 221 c.i. engines were now standard, and the Deluxe version of the Futura Rural station wagon is discontinued.[7]

1973

By 1973, its fourth restyling, it drifts even more away from the original design as it gets a new redesigned dashboard with round instruments and tachometer on deluxe models, a new grill with several thick horizontal bars and quad headlights become squarer in design. A sporting Falcon Sprint was introduced with new refreshing color schemes, painted stripes, 14 inch sports wheels and a higher performance 166 bhp (124.5 kW) specially tuned 3.6 litre (221 c.i.) engine, on the interior it included additional gauges and leather-covered sports steering wheel. The Deluxe trim of the Rural station wagon was dropped. A pickup, the Ranchero, was introduced with Standard and Deluxe external trim and a heavy-duty brake option.[8]

Argentine Ford Falcon, 1982-1990 model
1978

The fifth restyling of 1978 brought further cosmetic changes, with another new grill this time in plastic, Ford's new oval logo emblems, new updated door handles, improved cabin ventilation with exhaust vents on the c pillar, single large rectangular headlights and 175/70 R14 radial tyres on sporting or deluxe models amongst several other changes.[9]

1982

On its sixth and last restyling it tries to bring its design in line as it is sold along its more modern "siblings", the Ford Taunus, Sierra and later the Escort. Changes include new bumpers with rubber strips and rubber end caps, new large rectangular taillights with amber turn signals, bronze tinted glass replaces green and a larger trunk by reconfiguring the trunk floor and repositioning the spare tyre and other minor cosmetic changes. The Taxi and Sprint versions were dropped, and the Futura becomes the Ghia. A 2.3 litre four cylinder petrol engine was now available, and from 1988 a 2.4 litre diesel. In 1989, the new Max Econo version of the 188 c.i./3.0 litre engine became available, with better fuel economy at the cost of performance. Chrome was removed in 1990, and the Falcon was finally discontinued after 1991.[10]

Production

1962-1991 Ford Falcon Production (Sedan and Pickup*) Source: [11] [12] Year Production Year Production Year Production
1962 4.684 1972 25.312 1982 17.296
1963 4.619 1973 35.595 1983 22.060
1964 11.966 1974 25.870 1984 15.075
1965 15.442 1975 11.525 1985 9.405
1966 16.478 1976 8.669 1986 7.691
1967 15.109 1977 16.579 1987 7.839
1968 17.560 1978 20.355 1988 5.272
1969 14.607 1979 28.522 1989 3.232
1970 21.193 1980 34.154 1990 2.177
1971 26.135 1981 19.913 1991 2.462
Total: 466.796
* Note: Not included in above chart are 27.412 Station Wagons (Falcon Rural) for a total of 494.209 Ford Falcons sold

References

  • Ford Falcon (North America)
  • Ford Falcon (Australia)

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