The Ford Falcon Station Wagon 1960 is a unique compact car from the compact car era. The exterior exhibits a classic station wagon body style with distinct curved lines on the roof, body trim, and panels. The famous Ford trade mark is seen on the front grille, a single wave line. The overall look of the car is smooth, with chrome accents along the edges and an upper body line. The car is painted in pastel colors and has a black top that can be folded down if needed. The Falcon Station Wagon 1960 is powered by a V8 engine with 3.3 liters of displacement. It produces 145 horsepower at 4,000 rpm and has a torque of 255 Nm/Lbs-Ft at 2000 rpm. This power is supplemented by a three-speed manual gearbox on the floor. The car can easily reach a maximum speed of 96 mph. The wagon has a MPG rating of 16 highway and 10 city, meaning it is quite fuel efficient compared to other cars of the same time. Inside the car, the interior is classic with a modern twist. The front dashboard is a single long piece with a large speedometer nestled in the middle. To the left and right is the steering wheel and glove compartment. The seating capacity is five, with two bucket seats up front and three at the back. They are all covered in leather upholstery and include fold-down armrests. For infotainment, there is a basic AM/FM radio with 8-track player and a CD player. The Ford Falcon Station Wagon 1960 is a perfect combination of classic and modern vehicle elements that make it a timeless ride. This car exemplifies the automotive spirit of the 1960's and is sure to bring joy for years to come.
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