Ford XB Falcon

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XB Falcon
Automotive industryFord Motor Company
ProductionSeptember 1973-July 1976
PredecessorXA Falcon
SuccessorXC Falcon
Car body styleSedan (car)
Station wagon
Utility
Van
Coupe
Internal combustion engine200ci 6-cyl
250ci 6-cyl
302ci V8
351ci V8
Transmission (mechanics)3spd manual
4spd manual
3spd auto
Wheelbase2819mm
Length4808mm
Width1900mm
Height1369mm
Curb weight1394kg

The Ford XB Falcon was a car produced by Ford Motor Company between 1973 and 1976 and was built exclusively in Australia. It bore minor cosmetic differences to the preceding model, the XA, aimed at giving the car a more muscular stance. First time equipment offerings included standard Disc brake and an available carpeted interior.

Among the limited edition variants of the XB was the John Goss Special, released in 1975 and named for John Goss (race driver) who took a Falcon to victory in the Bathurst 1000 in 1974.

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