Ford Falcon BA-BFII XR6T/EBII-BFII XR8/Tickford - 2020 Market Review

By: Cliff Chambers

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Ford Falcon BA-BFII XR6T/EBII-BFII XR8/Tickford market review 2020

When ‘wanted’ advertisements for a particular model dominate the classifieds you know that available cars are in short supply and prices are climbing. That certainly is the situation with early XR8s right through to the BFII. Maybe the lower cost of petrol during 2020 played a role but if you have a good 1990s XR8, check your insurance cover in case it needs to increase.

For grunt without the V8 rumble, BA-BFII turbos remain plentiful and even the later versions cost less than $15,000.

| Future classics: FPV Tickford TE50 & TS50

Tickford-enhanced TE and TS50 Falcons aren’t exceptionally rare (779 were produced including 426 AU3s with the 5.6 -litre engine) but they can be difficult to find and remain cheap at $30-35,000.

BA-BAII XR6T $11,115 [38]

BF-BFII XR6T $14,630 [17]

EBII-EL XR8 $13,200 [5]

AU XR8 $12,750 [18]

BA-BAII XR8 $16,800 [29]

BF-BFII XR8 $20,690 [17]

Tickford TE/TS50 $30,800 [5]

[*] = number of recorded sales

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

Numbers from our 2020 Muscle Car & US Car Value Guide.

Understanding our value guide price charts


| 2019 Market Review: Ford Falcon EB-EL GT/Tickford 


From Unique Cars #447, December 2020

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