How much is a BA Ford Falcon worth?
Ford Falcon Pricing and Specs. The Ford Falcon is available from $21,900 to $62,480 for the 2017 range of models in Sedan and Ute body types.
What year model is a BA Falcon?
The Ford Falcon (BA) is a full-sized car produced by Ford Australia from 2002 to 2005. It was the second significantly re-engineered iteration of the sixth generation of the Falcon, and also included the Ford Fairmont (BA)—the luxury-oriented version.
How much is a Falcon car?
Price. The Falcon F7 starts at $195,000 but can rise to $250,000 with custom options. Falcon boasts that many of its components, like its expensive and complicated aluminum and carbon-fiber chassis, are exclusive to cars costing hundreds of thousands of dollars more.
What motor was in the Ford Falcon?
Intermediate Falcon (1970½)
|Body style||2-door sedan 4-door sedan 5-door station wagon|
|Related||Ford Fairlane Ford Torino Mercury Montego|
|Engine||250 cu in (4.1 L) I6 302 cu in (4.9 L) V8 351 cu in (5.8 L) V8 429 cu in (7.0 L) V8|
How much does a 2004 Ford Falcon cost?
The Ford Falcon 2004 prices range from $1,499 for the basic trim level Sedan Falcon XT to $24,990 for the top of the range Sedan Falcon XR8. The Ford Falcon 2004 comes in Sedan, Ute and Wagon. The Ford Falcon 2004 is available in Regular Unleaded Petrol, LPG and Premium Unleaded Petrol.
Why is the BA Falcon so important?
The importance of the BA Falcon can’t be overstated. Had it failed to excite the car buying public it could well have been the model that spelt the end for Ford as a force in this country. It probably would have spelt the end of Ford as a manufacturer here, at least of cars designed locally.
Was it too late for the 2005 Falcon?
Unless they acted boldly the 2005 Falcon might have simply been too late. It required a bold plan, and management capable of seeing it through in the face of enormous pressure from those watching from above. They simply couldn’t afford to fail.
What are the problems with a 2003 BA Falcon?
It’s comfortable and quiet, and returns good fuel consumption. There has been one recurring problem with the hand brake rubbing, which appears to be a design fault and can’t be fixed. Dennis Curtis likes the performance of his 2003 BA Falcon, but has two items of concern.