1960 Falcon Station Wagon

1960 Falcon Station Wagon
1960 Tudor Station Wagon shown in Belmont Blue

For family wagon fun on a low budget, this one’s unbeatable. Not only does it seat six comfortably, but it has cargo space galore (76.2 cu. ft. Combines Falcon distinctiveness with wagon convenience.

America’s lowest-priced 6-passenger Station Wagons

Developed from the Ford Falcon and perfected by America’s station wagon specialists, the Falcon Wagons were bound to he winners. And that’s exactly what they are! To begin with, every Falcon advantage was built into the Falcon Wagons: up-front Falcon Six engine with up-to-30-miles-per-gallon economy a generous room for six passengers, single-unit body construction, and all the other fine details that make the Ford Falcon such a popular bargain. Add to this the refinements and know-how that have made Ford the industry’s Lending station wagon maker, and it’s easy to see why Falcon Wagons are such favorites. Consider loadspace, for example: you!! find that the compact Falcon Wagon has a loadspace up to a foot longer and virtually as wide as full-sized station wagons of four years ago. That’s space with a capital “S”! Notice how handily the spare tire stows at the side of the loadspace. And when you compare price, you’ll find Falcon Wagons are priced lower than any other 6-passenger wagons built in America!

1960 Falcon Station Wagon

Standard Equipment for all Falcon Wagons:

  • 3-Speed Transmission
  • Lifeguard Steering Wheel
  • Two Sun Visors
  • Two Front Arm Rests
  • Foam-Cushioned Front Seats
  • Glove Compartment
  • Bright-Metal Drip Rail
  • Instrument Panel Ash Tray
  • Coat Hooks
  • Dome Light
  • Instrument Cluster includes speedometer, odometer, fuel gauge, temperature gauge,
    oil and generator warning lights, high-beam and turn signal indicators
  • Cowl-Aire Ventilation
  • Two Vacuum-Booster-Operated Windshield Wipers
  • Bright -Metal Windshield Molding
  • Deep Section Bumpers require no guards
  • Dual Horns
  • Turn Signals
  • 54-Plate 40 Amp. Hr. Battery
  • Easy-to-clean Rubber Floor Mat
  • Long-Wearing Rubber Loadspace Mat
  • Roll-Down Rear Window

Deluxe Trim Package

  • Deluxe wheel and horn ring
  • Bright-meta1 window frames
  • Taillight rings
  • Deluxe upholstery combination in blue, green or gray
  • Cigarette lighter
  • Rear seat arm rests
  • Front door dome light switches
  • Rear seat ash tray

Falcon Wagon Options and Accessories

Luggage Rack
Here’s a handsome chrome plated and stainless steel rack that attaches to roof. Has protective skid strips on the roof. All rails are removable. Rack is stylish and mighty handy for carrying extra loads.

Electric Window
Convenient, power-operated window is activated by toggle on instrument panel and by ignition key switch on tailgate. Safety switch prevents window From extending when tailgate is lowered.

Other Accessories

Fordomatic Drive
Long-range Transistorized Radio
Fresh Air, Hot Water Heater
Safety Padded Instrument Panel and Sun Visors
and other accessories, all of which are available for wagons as well as sedans.

Production Numbers:

Model Body Code Units Sold Weight lbs. Price
’60 2-Door Wagon (bench-seat) 59A 27,552 2540 $2,225
’60 4-Door Wagon (bench-seat) 71A 46,758 2575 $2,287

The Falcon Wagons were introduced in January, 1960. The base wagon price was about $2,250, and were only available in a six passenger configuration.