Xa Falcon GT

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Falcon, Missouri
... Falcon is an unincorporated community in eastern Laclede County, Missouri, United States ... It is about sixteen miles east of Lebanon on Route 32 ...
Ford XA Falcon - Falcon GT-HO Phase IV
... As with the previous XW and XY series Falcon GT sedans, an extra-high-performance limited-production version of the XA Falcon GT sedan, the XA Falcon GT-HO Phase IV, was developed by Ford Australia ... Additionally, three regular production Falcon GT sedans - especially painted in Brambles Red - had been in the process of being developed for racing to GT-HO specification by Ford Special Vehicles Division, to be ... With the abandonment of the XA Falcon GT-HO as a production car, development was immediately halted on the three race cars and they were sold off ...
White-rumped Falcon
... The White-rumped Falcon or White-rumped Pygmy-falcon (Polihierax insignis) is a species of bird of prey in the Falconidae family ...
Gretsch White Falcon
... The Gretsch White Falcon is a visually distinctive guitar commercially introduced in 1955 by Gretsch ... the years, and is currently offered in several styles, the White Falcon has always maintained a striking and unmistakable presence and has become a highly recognized piece of Rock history ... The White Falcon is best known for its large 17-inch size and distinctive appearance, with gleaming white paint, copious gold trim, and a falcon in mid-flight ...
1973 Hardie-Ferodo 1000 - Results
... Team Drivers Car Laps Qual Pos 1 D 9 Ford Australia Allan Moffat Ian Geoghegan Ford XA Falcon GT Hardtop 2 ... D 1 Holden Dealer Team Peter Brock ... Gary Cooke Len Searle Mazda RX-2 38 ... DNF D 8 Ron Dickson Bob Stevens Holden HQ Monaro GTS 20 ... DNF B 50 Chesterfield Racing Team Herb Vines Chris Batger Ford Escort Twin Cam Mk.I 54 ... DNF D 5 McLeod ...

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    My falcon now is sharp and passing empty,
    And till she stoop she must not be full-gorged,
    For then she never looks upon her lure.
    William Shakespeare (1564–1616)