What engine is in the Ford Falcon GT F 351?

supercharged V8 engine
The Falcon GT F 351 takes part of its name from its 351 cubic inch (5.0L; 4,951 cc) supercharged V8 engine. The V8 produces 471 hp (351 kW) and 420 ft·lb (570 N·m).

How much is a Ford Falcon XB GT worth?

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*Private Price Guide $53,500 – $66,400
*Trade In Price Guide $46,000 – $58,900
*Price When New $6,113* Price Guide (EGC)

What engine is in a Ford Falcon GT?

5.0 V8 supercharged
302 cu in (4,950 cc) 5.0 V8 supercharged alloy quad cam engine producing 335 kW (449 hp; 455 PS) at 5750–6000 rpm and 570 N⋅m (420 lb⋅ft) of torque between 2200 & 5500 rpm.

Did the Ford Falcon have a V8?

The only time a V8 option was available in a first-generation Falcon was the 1963½ model, and these cars were produced in very limited numbers (Sprint two-door hardtop (bucket seats) 10,479 produced and Sprint convertible (bucket seats) 4,602 produced).

How many XB GTs were made?

In total, from 1973 to 1976, only 1,950 XB GT sedans and just 949 XB GT Coupes were ever built.

How much is a Ford V8 worth?

For “Perfect” Condition, or at least with no visible flaws, the price ranges from $27,793 – $218,900. From there, Excellent Condition ranges between $27,793 – $18,900, and next comes Good Condition, with a price range of $14,300 – $19,800. Finally, Fair Condition has a range between $550 – $14,300.

How much did Danny Greens Ford sell for?

The souped-up Ford muscle car belonging to the world champion boxer fetches close to $300,000 at auction. A hotted-up 1974 Ford Falcon XB Hardtop belonging to world champion boxer Danny Green has sold at auction for an eye-watering $295,625 ($275,000 hammer price plus a 7.5 per cent buyer’s premium).

When did the 351 Cleveland come out?

The Cleveland (351C) was first used in 1970 on some early-production 1971 models, and was last produced in 1974, when it was replaced with the Modified (351M) model. The first number on the VIN code on your Cougar designates it a 1969 model year, and the last letter, “M,” designates it a four-barrel carbureted engine.

What engine does a Ford Falcon have?

The standard FG Falcon engine is a 24-valve 4.0-Litre in-line six with VCT; which produces peak power of 195 kW (261 hp) at 6000 rpm and peak torque of 391 N⋅m (288 lb⋅ft) at 3250 rpm.

Is the Ford Mustang gt351 a real car?

Built for Ford’s Hillcrest plant in South Australia, the coupe is a genuine, matching number, GT351 in Red Pepper with black trim and options that include the cloth inserts, tinted glass, rear demister, air-conditioning, two-tone bonnet and Option 52 ‘Sports Road Wheels’. It was also fitted with power aerial, towbar and an electric boot-pop.

Who is welded on to his 351 GT hardtop?

But a family obsessed with XB Falcons of the V8 variety meant that Dave is as welded on to his 351 GT hardtop as anybody we’ve ever met here at Unique Cars. Dave’s dad migrated to Australia along with many of his countrymen in the 1960s when Australia represented a rich vein of opportunity.

How many Ford XB GT coupes were made?

In total, from 1973 to 1976, only 1,950 XB GT sedans and just 949 XB GT Coupes were ever built. Consider that, in 1969 alone, Ford sold 72,458 Mach 1 fastbacks, and you begin to understand just how rare these Australian cars are.

How old was Dave Mustaine when he bought his GT 351?

And then, finally, in 1990, Dave did a deal with big sis and, at age 17, he was a GT 351 coupe owner. ‘I bought it after selling my Rambler Hornet and cashing in all my holidays. I put a stereo in it – as you do at 17 – but took care not to drill or cut any holes in it.