The Ford Falcon XY GTHO Phase 3 Sedan is an iconic classic of Australian automotive engineering. Launched in 1973, this model was the top of the range version of the XY range. With a bold and vibrant exterior, the XY GTHO Phase 3 was a true head-turner that was like nothing else on the road. The outside was defined by its sloped chrome front grille, iconic shaker bonnet scoop and distinctive broad side stripes, which brought a modern performance look to the classic silhouette. The large and stylish bumpers with chrome detailing helped to further enhance the sleek lines and muscular shape. Other features included distinctive peanut styled tail lights, a dual exhaust system and 14-inch alloy wheels. Under the bonnet, there was a 5.8 litre 351 Cleveland V8 engine with 345 horsepower, which gave the Phase 3 a performance that was perfect for rapid acceleration and top speeds of up to 145 miles an hour. The top-of-the-range XY GTHO was fitted with a twin-rail four-speed manual transmission and heavy duty rear axle for durability, both of which contributed to this models reputation for being highly responsive and eager to be driven. Inside the cabin, the array of advanced features and high quality materials made it clear that this was no ordinary sedan. Comfortable and spacious, passengers were treated to luxuries such as woodgrain trim, air conditioning, electric windows and air suspension, all complemented by supportive, deep bucket seats upholstered in a choice of vinyl or sheepskin. The XY GTHO Phase 3 was the ultimate Ford Falcon experience, and remains an iconic and revered classic of Australian automotive heritage. From the powerful engine to the stylish features and interior, this sedan was sure to make its presence felt wherever it went.
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