Sixties saloon car racing in Britain was dominated by American muscle cars such as the Falcons and Mustangs that took on the more nimble British lightweights, such as the Lotus Cortinas and Minis. It was a legendary period and the popularity of the BTCC has grown from those original strong roots.
This Falcon was purchased from Stefano Rosina in Italy where it had been a successful FIA race car. The car was sent to American V8 specialists Falcon Hell Racing where it was updated with FIA legal upgrades. It is now capable of running at the very front of any FIA European Touring Car series.
Fitted with a strong and reliable Tim Adams built 289 FIA engine, the car has set some very competive times in recent testng and has the potential to win outright in any of the current European FIA Touring car series.
The car is supplied in period livery with a small spares package and FIA papers.