The 1968 Ford Falcon Station Wagon was an iconic car of its era, combining classic style with a ruggedness that made it a popular choice with American families. It featured a bold, boxy design with a high roofline, a bold grille, and a large chrome rear panel with a distinctive chrome handle. On the outside, the body was made of hard, galvanized steel, imparting a sense of ruggedness no matter the conditions. The wagons came in a variety of hues, including tangerine, viking blue, and vine green, and featured bold paint stripes. On the inside, the interior was spacious and inviting, with a wraparound bench seat, a rear-mounted subwoofer, and an onboard 8-track player. The station wagon was powered by a 2.8-liter V8 engine, coupled with a three-speed automatic transmission. It had a top speed of 108 mph and produced 150-horsepower. The wagon was billed as a "commuter cruiser," and was designed to handle all types of roads, from unpaved dirt roads to slick city streets. This made it an excellent choice for those seeking a stylish yet dependable way to move their family from point A to point B.
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