Sunday, September 26, 2010

2010 Queanbeyan Swapmeet All Ford Day Part 2 - Fords and Falcon Coupes!

After schlepping all over the Swapmeet vendors area, I fortified myself with a Dagwood dog and headed to the oval where around a hundred Fords were on display. As you came in through the gate, the first thing to greet you were late 60's to mid 70's Lincoln Continentals and Ford LTD's. Massive!
 Nice 1963 Fairlane convertible
 32 Three window coupe.
 Seriously these cars just ooze American excess. if you want an automotive statement - buy a Lincoln Continental or an LTD. Big 460 and 428 cube V8's as well.
 59 Ranchero. Too nice to cart junk around in.
 Only Ford Capri at show, I have a feeling these will become quite collectable.

 A nice assortment of Aussie Falcons was on display.
 Falcon turns 50 this year - here is where it began. I think I prefer this to the latest version.
 Baby blue 57 T-bird
 XA Falcon Coupe. Clean. Crisp. Perfect.
 XC Falcon Coupe
 XC Cobra Coupe
 Ford Landau
 XB GT Falcon Coupe. Ive seen this in a Hot Wheels blister pack! I like the mags.
 XB Falcon Coupe
 XA GT Falcon Coupe - with a Mcleod rear wing.
 Nice silver XB GT Falcon
 XC Cobra. is this not a perfect colour scheme ?
 Mainline utility. 
 Ford Anglia. Very few English Fords on display.
 1970 XY Falcon 4 Wheel Drive Utility

More photo heavy posts to come - focussing on Sundays 'American Car Show' Surf back!

Related Posts:
Part 1 - Queanbeyan Swap Meet/All Ford Day 2010 - Swap meet treasures, vendor cars and non-Fords

Coming soon: 
Part 3 - More All Ford Day and American Car Show 2010  


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