Ford Falcon/Fairmont XK-XP - 2019 Market Review

By: Cliff Chambers

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Ford Falcon/Fairmont XK-XP

If you want to see what Ford should have done with its Falcon in the mid-1960s just take a look at the money being paid for XM-XP cars with V8 engine transplants.

As a V8 Hardtop these can be worth $50,000 [$30-35,000 with the factory engine] while sedans and utes are around $30K. A spectacular V8-engined van made $50K at auction.

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Early XK-XL Fords survive in greater numbers than a lot of people believed possible and prices have climbed far enough for them to sit just behind the more popular XM and XP versions.

Our survey didn’t see sufficient four-door Futuras or XP Fairmonts to generate a realistic average, however these in excellent order should reach $25,000.

XK-XL Falcon $16,765 [18] 

XM-XP Falcon (Exc. H/Top) $17,435 [38]

XM-XP Hardtop $31,975 [8] 

XM-XP V8 Conversion $42,500 [5]

XL-XP Futura/Fairmont $10,665 [3]

[*] = number of recorded sales

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

Numbers from our 2019 Aussie Family Car Market Value Guide.


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