Ford Falcon EB-EL GT/Tickford 1992-2002 - 2019 Market Review

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Ford Falcon EB-EL GT/Tickford 1992-2002

The Falcon GT returned in 1992 and during subsequent years has captivated next to no one. Even people who doggedly preserved pristine EBs have failed to recoup their $62,500 outlay.

ELs do a little better and one did make $75,000. Less common than a GT and possibly the best bargain in the EB-EL range is the 200kW ED Sprint which still sells for less than $30,000.

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Ford’s most serious tilt at HSV dominance came with the AU-based TE50, Despite being scarce, the 5.0-litre cars have never generated big money however that situation changes for sellers of TE Series 3s.

These were still AU-based but use a locally-developed 5.6-litre ‘stroker’ engine and will usually make at least $30,000.

EB GT $48,335 [3] 

EL GT $56,150 [10] 

ED XR8 Sprint $27,500 [1]

Tickford TE50-1 & 2 $18,135 [5] 

Tickford TE50-3 $35,225 [9]

[*] = number of recorded sales

(Note: concours & special cars may demand more.)

Numbers from our 2019 Muscle Car & US Car Value Guide.


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