[ Login ]


Last completed movie pages

O kos pterarhos; When They See Us; Sklavoi tis moiras; Medusa's Child; To karpouzaki; O eaftoulis mou; Champagner für Zimmer 17; La mémoire courte; 7 meres psemata; What Women Want; Speed Driver; Ladies Should Listen; Tomorrow's Drivers; Modo Avião; Profilage; (more...)

1972 Ford Galaxie LTD

1972 Ford Galaxie LTD in BMX Bandits, Movie, 1983 IMDB

Class: Cars, Sedan — Model origin: US — Built in: CA — Made for: AUS

1972 Ford Galaxie LTD

Position 00:38:42 [*][*][*][*] Vehicle used a lot by a main character or for a long time

Comments about this vehicle


kegare JP

2011-07-03 02:35


1972 Ford LTD

rjluna2 US

2011-07-03 02:42


I believe that is Canadian sourced 1972 Ford LTD for Australian market.

That was before they started to make their own Ford LTD to replaced this one they lost in the market.

I have seen such cars like this in the Australia Ebay listing.

Ddey65 US

2011-07-03 03:44


Aren't today's LTD's just Crown Vics for the Australian market?

carobserver MX

2011-07-03 04:29


obviusly is a Ford, couldnt be a chevrolet or Dodge


-- Last edit: 2011-07-03 04:29:58

benfolio US

2011-07-03 16:56


[Image: 005514.2117.jpg] [Image: 004227.1096.jpg] [Image: 005754.9043.jpg] [Image: 005426.8769.jpg] [Image: 002608.5999.jpg] [Image: 003808.1903.jpg]

rjluna2 US

2011-07-03 18:25


You can clearly see the 4th thumbnail have amber indicators in between lights in the taillights assembly which it was not used in our market.

nzcarnerd NZ

2011-07-03 22:35


Ddey65, I don't know about the situation in 2011 but all of the LTDs/Fairlanes from about 1980 to very recently have just been stretched Falcons, even the later models with different bodywork at the rear end. All are Australian designed and built.

valiant1962 AU

2011-07-04 23:35


1972 was the last year we got US sourced LTDs. From 1973 on we got the Falcon based P5 LTD

MisterZ AU

2014-01-28 03:49


Ford "Galaxie LTD" in Australia, not just LTD.

According to Wikipedia, they were fully imported and converted to RHD locally. Very few were sold - only about 600 per year. They were very expensive and catered to wealthy buyers, the kind of people who might buy say, a Mercedes E400 today. They were also popular with the Commonwealth Government.

valiant1962 wrote 1972 was the last year we got US sourced LTDs. From 1973 on we got the Falcon based P5 LTD

They were sold in 1973 as well, because the Australian Falcon-derived LTD was not introduced until August of that year.

-- Last edit: 2019-12-16 02:30:35

montrosepatriot US

2014-06-28 11:00


this particular LTD had the aftermarket U.S. Mag alloy slot wheels (same design as the Ansen Sprint and its clones)

Add a comment

You must login to post comments...