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The Australian 1971 Ford Falcon UTE was a utility vehicle (commonly referred to as a "ute") produced by Ford Australia as part of their Falcon model lineup. The Falcon UTE was a two-door vehicle with a cabin and a cargo bed at the rear, designed for practicality and versatility.
In 1971, the Falcon UTE underwent some changes as part of the XY Falcon series. It featured a revised front grille, headlights, and taillights compared to its predecessor, the XW Falcon UTE. The XY Falcon UTE was available in various trim levels, including the base model, Falcon 500, and the sportier GT version.
The engine options for the 1971 Ford Falcon UTE included inline-six engines and V8 engines. The inline-six engines had displacements ranging from 200 cubic inches (3.3 liters) to 250 cubic inches (4.1 liters). The V8 engines offered were the 302 cubic inch (4.9 liters) and the 351 cubic inch (5.8 liters) variants.
The Falcon UTE was known for its durability and practicality, making it a popular choice for tradespeople, farmers, and those in need of a versatile workhorse vehicle. It had a reputation for its towing and hauling capabilities, thanks to its robust chassis and suspension setup.
It's worth noting that the specific features and specifications of individual vehicles may vary depending on the model, trim level, and optional extras chosen by the original buyer, as well as any modifications made over the years.
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