1960 Falcon Ranchero

1960 Falcon Ranchero

The Falcon Ranchero was introduced in the spring of 1960 made from a modified 2-door Station Wagon platform. The new Ranchero was well received by the public, and the new model outsold any previous year of the larger Ranchero.

The Falcon Ranchero cargo capacity was 6 feet in length, and with a gross weight of just 800 pounds. The Falcon sold over half a million units the first year of production, and 21,027 of them were Falcon Rancheros.

Standard Equipment:

  • 3-Speed Transmission
  • Lifeguard Steering Wheel
  • Two Sun Visors
  • Two Front Arm Rests
  • Foam-Cushioned Front Seats
  • Glove Compartment
  • Instrument Panel Ash Tray
  • Dome Light
  • Instrument Cluster includes speedometer, odometer, fuel gauge, temperature gauge,
    oil and generator warning lights, high-beam and turn signal indicators
  • Two Vacuum-Booster-Operated Windshield Wipers
  • Deep Section Bumpers require no guards
  • Easy-to-clean Rubber Floor Mat
  • Black Lifeguard Steering Wheel

Production Numbers:

Model Body Code Units Sold Weight lbs. Price
’60 Ranchero (bench-seat) 66A 21,027 2,435 $1,882