The Ford Falcon And Its History

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Ford Falcon (1960-1963)

In contrast to the large, gas-thirsty cars of the fifties, the 1960 Ford Falcon was small, light, and economical. Immediately after its introduction in the fall of 1959, it became Ford’s best-selling model, far outselling rival compacts from Chrysler and General Motors.

The Ford Falcon would see many changes over the next ten years of production.

Ford Falcon History

Post WW2 America enjoyed a booming economy, with cheap gas and bigger and faster cars. During this time, car manufacturers like Crosley Motors found that American consumers had little interest in compact cars. However, after a mild economic recession in 1958, interest began to grow. Read further at original source

The 1964 Ford Falcon by Dale Perry, the courtesy of Pinterest


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