A uncommon 1973 Ford Landau Coupe was just lately bought in Australia and is, to at the present time, probably the most intriguing fashions launched within the native market.
Ford constructed the Landau Coupe between 1973 and 1976 and based mostly it on the XA Falcon GT Hardtop of the day. The car retained the identical operating gear because the Falcon GT, together with the usual 351-2V Cleveland V7 engine and automated transmission. The automobile additionally left the manufacturing unit with four-wheel disc brakes, energy steering, air con, energy home windows, dual-remote mirrors, and an influence aerial.
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This explicit Landau Coupe that was bought by Australian Muscle Car Sales is one among simply 1,385 examples produced and one of many first to return off the manufacturing line in 1973. It’s painted Stratosphere Gray and was bought with its log books, unique keys, and an intensive digital picture file documenting a paint restoration it underwent in 2016.
The vendor states that the automobile runs and operates near-perfectly, though does point out that the clock has stopped working, “maybe encouraging you to step again right into a much less hurried time,” the itemizing reads.
Making the Falcon-based automobile all of the extra interesting is that, regardless of displaying 67,475 km (41,927 miles) on the clock, the cabin is freed from any vital indicators of damage and tear.
The automobile was listed up on the market for AU$95,000 (~US$67,800) and it presumably bought for someplace close to that mark.