Ford Falcon Sprint/Fairlane/Torino/Ranchero 1964-73 – market review

By: Cliff Chambers, Unique Cars magazine

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Even premium models like Torinos are still halfway affordable.

Ford Falcon Sprint/Fairlane/Torino/Ranchero 1964-73 – market review
1969 Ford Torino

Top of mind when someone mentions North American Fords has to be the Mustang.

However there are lots of other models that also come with interesting looks and with punchy V8s.

Historic race enthusiasts might fancy a Falcon Sprint similar to the one raced by Jim Richards.

Or a Fairlane GT Hardtop that shares some panels with local versions but costs twice the money.

For a classy means of moving your rubbish to the tip, Fairlane-based Rancheros cost around $25,000.

Finally how about a Torino? Later ones look like an XA Hardtop on steroids but with a 351 V8 they still cost less than the local car.

Big-block GT429s can exceed $50,000.

Falcon Sprint Hardtop $32,055 [7] 

Fairlane GT 1966-70 $39,125 [8]

Torino 1968-73 $35,800 [3] 

Ranchero 1966-69 $22,760 [9]

Ranchero 1970-78 $28,175 [8]

[actual sales]

Values from 2015-16. Concours cars will fetch a premium.

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