Australian 1974 Ford XB GT Falcon Coupe Hardtop Mad Max Interceptor RHD Imported

Price: US $25,000.00 Item location: South West Washington, United States
  • Condition: Used
  • Make: Ford
  • Model: Other
  • SubModel: GT
  • Type: Hardtop
  • Trim: GT
  • Year: 1974
  • Mileage: 0
  • VIN: JG66PSXXXXXK
  • Color: Yellow
  • Engine size: 5.8
  • Number of cylinders: 8
  • Fuel: Gasoline
  • Transmission: Automatic
  • Drive type: RWD
  • Interior color: Chamois
  • Vehicle Title: Clear
  • Want to buy? Contact seller!
Description:

1974 Ford Other GT

1974 XB GT Falcon Hardtop yellow blaze
An imported Australian Ford Falcon - not a Torino, ustang etc.
If you were looking for one of these cars in Australia, irstly GOOD LUCK, here are very few around and if they are half descent they are asking a lot of money for them. There is NO WAY you will import a standard XB Falcon Hardtop for this kind of money, et alone a GT.
If you are not familiar with the XB GT and how rare they are then do some research here:XB GT Infoand find out how rare they are - only 949 XB GT Falcon Hardtops were ever produced - how many are left today is unknown.
XB GT coupe rolling body
Media blasted back to bare shell
Very solid rust free and original floor pans, firewall, ulk heads, ub frame, oors, onnet and boot lid
Gutters and drip rails are also rust free
Any pervious rust was repaired with metal
None of the typical stress cracks around the door locks or strikers
Some electrical wiring has been refitted
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Body is in primer, nderbody, ngine bay, interior and door jams have been painted the correct Yellow Blaze and black
Matching numbers engine completely rebuilt with hardened seats, ew pistons etc
FMX gearbox
Correct original log books and VIN plates with car
Completely rebuilt brakes and suspension with new rubbers, all joints, alipers, ads
Original XB GT tramp rods are fitted with new rubbers
Comes with
Door glass and winders already fitted
New interior door cards, eats coverings etc
New rubber kit
Lots of parts - I believe enough to complete the car plus have spares.
All of this work was done about 8 years ago and the car has sat since. Personally I would take it back to bare metal and start over.
There are two directions you could take this car:- Create a Mad Max Interceptor as per the original Mad Max movie
- Restore to a factory released XB GT Hardtop.
There are some known issues with the car.
Firstly it has had the rear markers were changed from vertical to horizontal. From inside the trunk on both rear fenders you can see where it has had lower quarters replaced. On one side you can see where they cut out the marker light and cut a new one in. You can't see that on the other side so maybe that had a complete quarter replaced at some time. Maybe it was an insurance claim back in the day and Ford only had quarters with horizontal markers left and that is why they changed the other side to match? Who knows, t is 40 years old and can't talk.
Secondly the rear parcel shelf has been replaced with a flat sheet. Rust no doubt. I have a spare parcel shelf out of a sedan that I am told is the same as the coupe one. It is functional as it is and if you were creating an Interceptor it wouldn't make any difference. If you were restoring it as an XB GT you would want to replace it.
Again this issue is only relative to restoring it as an XB GT
The VIN on the tower has an incorrect character in it. This is not uncommon as they were all done by hand and well documented online with many examples. The tower is JG66 "7" S. The 5th digit is NEVER a letter so it is obviously a mistake. Both tags, he block and original handbook have JG66 "P" S which is the correct number. It was suggested that this was a "rebody" but come on, f you were going to make a rebody then why would you make one with a "mistake" that brings the vehicle under scrutiny?
Wouldn't you make it squeaky clean so there were no questions asked. Also it was purchased in the early 2000's when the GTs were not worth very much so why would anyone rebody it in the 1990's? The GTfraternitycan argue this that and the other about the car, t is what it is and there is nothing I am going to do about it. The new owner can deal with it if they choose to go that route.
NORTH AMERICAN TRANSPORTI can arrange transport to any location within the USA or Canada. Or you can do it yourself.
INTERNATIONAL SHIPPINGI can arrange shipment of this vehicle anywhere in the world. I shipped it from Australia. I can ship it back cheaper than any other container shipping quote you will receive. I can arrange for it to be shipped to any other country. You willincur fees and taxes when it arrives in your country so research how much and budget for them.Or you can arrange shipping yourself.
Legally imported - I have been importing vehicles into the USA for 15 years and follow all the regulations.
ALL IMPORT PAPERWORK SUPPLIED SO YOU CAN TITLE IT.
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Just to make the location of this vehicle perfectly clear:
The Aussie Ford Falcon is in South West Washington, SA
40 minutes from the Portland, regon (PDX) airport.
I hate to do this as Iinnatelytrust people and the fact that they will do the right thing but this isebay and they don't(and there seems to be no ramifications it seems).This is relisted as yet another "Buyer" has decided he doesn't want to complete the transactionwhich cost me $50 in ebay fees.Seems like I attract them!!!
So I need to add the following terms:
- $500 deposit via Paypal within 24 hours- Balance paid in full (cash in person or wire transfer) within 7 days- Vehicle collected within 7 days unless other arrangements are made