1960 Ford Falcon

The 1960 Ford Falcon was a compact car introduced as a response to the increasing demand for small, fuel-efficient vehicles in the late 1950s. It was offered as a two-door coupe, four-door sedan, two-door wagon, and four-door wagon.

The Falcon was powered by a 2.4-liter inline-six engine that produced 90 horsepower and was mated to a three-speed manual transmission. It was also available with an optional two-speed automatic transmission.

The interior of the Falcon was very basic, featuring minimalistic design and materials. The dashboard was simple, with minimal instrumentation and controls, and the seats were upholstered in vinyl.

Despite its modest performance and basic design, the Falcon was a popular car due to its affordability and practicality. The car’s success led to the development of other compact cars such as the Chevy Corvair and the Plymouth Valiant, and it paved the way for the development of the Ford Mustang in the 1960s.

By John Scott

I was born at a very young age.

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