1971 Ford XY Falcon.

picture11971 Ford Falcon  (302 Cleveland)


Nick Frost  of Boyne Island parked this beauty outside my house the other day. So I grabbed my Brand new Sony digital camera and got a few picks before the sun went down This is the second version of this car that Nick has owned, The first one was mangled in an accident, (No Blame to Nick on this one). A new body was found, and everything was re- installed . Nick is not as pleased with it as he was with the original,. But he wanted his machine back on the road as the FIRST priority.”its looks fine from a distance” Nick told me.. But I got up real close to it, and it looks bloody beautiful The Red paint is a “made up colour” from left over paints. . when you have a budget. . You gotta stick to it. I did SEVERELY mention to Nick that we would like to see the car and him at one of our outings. . And he promised to turn up “for a quick visit” at our Annual Christmas do.  Tubby


It’s a beautiful Car Nick. Wish it a Happy 30th birthday from Members of The Gladstone Vintage and Classic Carriage Club
I made this T shirt design for this Falcon

1967 Ford Mustang


Owned by Graham and Frances Clark

Under the bonnet of this Ex U.S. (California) car is a 351 Cleveland mild cam, With a 750 Holley  (double pumper) carburetor .fitted with an Automatic transmission..

(The Original motor was a 289 Windsor)

Graham says Most of the restoration work was done by ‘Californian Image’ Nerangbar. But checking through his photo albums there are a good few photos of Graham in plenty of “hands on situations”

Being a U.S. car it was originally a left hand drive. The conversion to Right hand drive was included in the work done by Californian Image. Needless to say The Mustang is a highly sought Ford ‘Muscle’ car. And Graham and Frances are Extremely Proud owners.

Photo bottom ‘ gr2Under the bonnet’. This photo was taken after the left to Right hand drive conversion