2 compact Falcons for ’69 Funpower!
Two beautiful ways to beat the high cost of buying. New Falcon and Falcon Future Wagons, Each offering smart good looks, big-wagon roominess and comfort, solid wagon ride. Yet Falcon Wagons are among the lowest priced wagon of all. You save when you buy . . . and you keep on saving as you go. An economical 200-cu. in. Six skimps on gas, and Ford’s Twice-a-Year Maintenance sees to it that upkeep stays low.
With Falcon, economy doesn’t mean austerity. Big-wagon touches abound- Falcon carries six adults plus luggage. Foam-cushioned seats and all-vinyl trim are standard. Futura boasts special body moldings and a fancier interior, including wall-to wall carpeting.
Ride is big-wagon variety, too. Quiet, smooth, stable. But handling is definitely compact. Deft and agile. Makes parking almost Fun.
With the second seat down, Falcon gives you 85.2 cu. ft. of cargo space and a loadspace that’s over 7 feel long. The optional 2-way Magic Door gate adds big-wagon convenience. So do SelectShift Cruise-O-Matic transmission, power steering and power front disc brakes. For extra zip, there’s a new 302-ci. in. V-8.
Make ’69 your year for a compact Falcon Wagon, it’s a beautiful way to fight inflation!
Power Team – 200-cu. in. Six and Synchro-Smooth transmission (fully synchronized 3-speed manual). Choice of 15 Super Diamond Lustre Enamel exterior colors. All-vinyl interior trims. Foam-padded seat cushions. Courtesy lighting. Heater-Defroster. Twice-a-Year Maintenance features. All the Ford Motor Company Lifeguard Design Safety Features.
- Overall Length 198.7″
- Wheelbase 113″
- Width 73.2″
- Height 56.1″
- Cargo Length (tailgate up) 89.0″
- Cargo Length (tailgate down) 109.5″
- Between Wheel-housing 42.6″
- Rear Opening (Height x Width) 29″x49.1″
- Cargo Volume (cubic feet) 85.2
|Model||Body Code||Units Sold||Weight lbs.||Price|
|Falcon Station Wagon||71A||11,568||3254||$2643/$2733|
|Futura Squire Wagon||71B||7,203||3260||$2754/$2844|
The above production information has been obtained from various sources and cross-checked when possible. Although it is thought to be reliable, a person considering a Falcon based on its rarity should conduct his or her own research.