Proudly offered for sale with Muscle Car Stables is this Stunning Genuine 1970 Falcon XW GT HO PHASE II in the desirable Track Red / Black trim combo.
1 of 286 GTHO Phase II’s built
1 of 34 GT-HO’s built-in track red with black trim
1 of 10 with the exact same build specifications
This Phase 2 is also one of the last 5 Phase 2’s built and with the XY model already in production features many genuine XY parts.
Concourse restored to the highest standard by Falcon GT Restoration in Sydney by Chris Dent in Sydney.
No expense was spared during the restoration, resulting in a very accurate example with only genuine and NOS parts used.
The original 351 4V Cleveland, date code correct and built to 480 bhp. date code correct water pump. heads. distributor. sump
Close ratio long shaft Top Loader 4 speed gearbox
Mount Panorama prepared 3.5:1 31 spline 9″ diff
Shock absorbers are date-code correct.
The car has the original 5 slot rims with new old stock caps and dress rims
Genuine red wall Goodyear G-800 Grand Rally spare in the boot including a set G-800 period correct tyres for Show and Shine Events
The interior is all genuine original and restored to “as new” condition
The car comes with a large documented restoration file (including detailed photos) and is considered to be one of the best restored Phase 2’s around.
Currently a Queensland vehicle.
Build Plate Details:
Built: October 1970
Paint: H :Track Red
Trim: B : Black Vinyl
Engine: H : 351 – 4V HO
Trans: L : 4 – Speed Manual
If you have any queries or to organise an inspection today- Call Chester0414 239 028
Many more photos are available on request.
About the GTHO Phase 2
The GT.HO Phase II’s started to roll off the production line in June 1970. They were powered by the latest version of the Cleveland 351 cu.in motor that, breathing through a 780cfm Holley carburetor, produced some 300bhp at 5,400rpm. Further improvements from its GT.HO predecessors could be found in, amongst other areas, the transmission including a close ratio gearbox and a 9-inch Daytona differential with a ratio of 3.50:1. The improvements boosted the already impressive performance of the GT range and with top speeds of around 217kph (135mph) and the ability to cover a standing start 1/4 mile in just over 14 seconds in standard road trim the GT.HO Phase II was a force to be reckoned with.
Only 286 GT.HO Phase II’s were made by the Ford Motor Co. and only a small proportion of these survive to this day. It is interesting to note that the GT.HO Phase II’s were the only GT.HOs never to be defeated at Bathurst.
Info courtesy of: https://www.supercars.net/blog/1969-ford-falcon-gt-ho-phase-ii/