1989 Ford Falcon EA – Today’s Brock Tempter

By: James Robinson, Unique Cars magazine

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Brock's Ford adventure, but in a wagon

The EA Ford Falcon is the first iteration of the fifth generation of one of Australia’s best locally built automobiles.

Released in March of 1988, the EA replaced the outgoing XF Falcon, and stayed in production until July of 1991.

The EA Falcon was a completely new car from Ford, designed and built in Australia, it cost the Blue Oval roughly $700 million to develop.

Customers could choose to have their EA Falcon in two body styles; a four-door sedan and a five-door station wagon.

Power was derived from either a 3.2lt or 3.9lt inline six-cylinder engine, there was no V8 option.

The shove from the six-pot motors was sent to the EA’s rear wheels via either a three or four-speed automatic or a five-speed manual.

This particular EA Falcon is a limited edition ‘Brock Enhanced’ five-door station wagon and comes equipped with the 3.9lt inline six-cylinder and automatic transmission.

According to the seller, the EA Brock is one of a kind and would best suit an enthusiast or collector.

The EA Falcon is $20,000 and anyone interested in this Brock special can view the full listing here

See our archive feature on Brock Falcons.


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