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The Falcon GT club of South Australia was established in 1992 by a small group of Falcon GT owners wishing to socialise with others who shared their passion for the Falcon GT. This quickly grew into a larger group of like minded enthusiasts who up till this day and into the future have a common goal, "To perpetuate the history and future preservation of the Falcon GT" whilst "encouraging family and social activities" revolving around the legendary Falcon GT.  

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WEDDING CARS.   The Falcon GT Club of SA Inc. is unable to provide GT Falcons, or to provide advice on the availability of GT Falcons for use as Wedding Cars.  Transport SA regulations and insurance requirements limit such services to businesses licenced to carry out such activities.

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Mick's XA GT Sedan

Micks car is built September 1973, so is 1 of the last XA's ever made.  XB's were also made in September 73. The paint code is E which is pottery beige and there were only 13 made in this colour. Most of the paint is original factory  and looks a bit rough close up but comes up good in photos especially if the front wheel is off the deck. The interior is all original including torn seats. The car is factory auto and the FMX is modified with stage 2 shift kit and a 3000 high stall converter. The original block is 20 thou over o-ringed and fitted with head studs. The crane cam is a small hydraulic  with standard rocker gear and idles fairly smooth. The carby is a vacuum 780 holley which has been modified and sits on top of a Weiand manifold. The car runs 9" slicks on the back at the drags and as you can see it hooks up well. The best time without the nitrous is 12.7 at 105mph consistently, and with the nitrous 11.4 unofficially.

Mick's parted ways with the XA but it didn't go too far away and is now in the care of a mate.