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Falcon Caribbean . Shortlist +5

Year 1963

Mileage Unknown

Transmission Manual

Fuel type Petrol

For sale is this very rare and beautifully restored Falcon Caribbean Mk3. One of 4 remaining road registered cars in the UK This was a rare factory built car dating back to 1963 (No 202 of 485 factory built units). This car has a Triumph 1360 engine & gearbox fitted and is based on a Progress chassis which were specially designed and supplied to Falcon cars. This car was purchased by the previous owner four years ago having found it in barn in Suffolk and was subject to a ground up restoration over 18 months. The car has extensive history & £1000's worth of invoices with it. It retains its original registration, and I even have the buff logbook, The car is in a beautiful condition and is used throughout the summer months only. Historical car tax and MOT until Feb 2015. The body shell is GRP so no rust and the car has been undersealed and protected. The car was dry stored during the winter. This car is refreshingly different from other 60's British sports cars, is cheap to run & maintain,and always draws a huge crowd whenever it is shown. The drive of this car is surprisingly modern, and she copes very well with modern traffic conditions I'm happy to P/X this car with any interesting vehicle, of any value. Here is some background history regarding the Falcon marque: Falcon Shells was founded in 1956 by Peter Pellandine following his amicable split with Keith Waddington of Ashley Laminates. It was originally based at 23 Highbridge Street, Waltham Abbey in Essex. There was also a showroom at 52 High Street, Epping. Pellandine retained the rights and tooling to manufacture the Ashley's short wheelbase 750 and the Sports Racer which he sold as the Falcon Mark I and II respectively. From 1957 to 1959 Falcon's were also manufactured in New Zealand by
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