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Just wondering if this car was a real production car in Australia. Its a 74, and looks to be a combination between a Torino and a 71-73 Mustang (look at the hood...). Kind of an interesting looking car. I stumbled across a site, and there was a link to a "74 Falcon"...I thought it was a typo, but I guess not.

http://www.lovefords.org/pages/GreenJeff/XB%20SHOW.jpg

Was this a real car ??
 

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Yes, to answer your question. They were made in Australia. If you want to see some more do an internet search for Mad Max. The "Interceptor" was a Falcon. There are several sites that offer them for sale here in the U.S. I think they are pretty cool and would love to find one. Oh well, I have to finish my 71 first.

Louis

Check out http//:falconcoupes.com
 
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A friend of mine owns a 73 Falcon, the weirdest part is the steering wheel on the right side. Always yields those quizzical looks. " Is that a Torino?"
 

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Yep,the XB was produced in '74 & that one looks like a GT. My first new car in '74.XB Hardtop,GS pack 302C,4-speed (single rail)
http://ecn.net.au/~gregos/banana3.jpg
Here's a link to a Mad Max site that had some good info
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If you want to see a cool restomod XB, have a look at the Aussie movie "Two Hands" with Heath Ledger. Cool deep purple colour.
 
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http://www.madmaxmovies.com/cars/interceptor/images/interceptorside.jpg

1973 Falcon xb gt coupe

Last of the V8 Interceptors!!! One Bad Car!!!

Want to make a knockoff black interceptor out of a torino, would be much cheaper and most folks would never know!
 
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