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July 1991 - August 1993

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The EB Ford Falcon along with the NC Fairlane/ DC LTD was introduced in July 1991, as a minor facelift of the 1988 EA. Series I- July '91-April '92. Series II- April '92-August '93 (NC/DC II May '92-March 1995). Falcon* - from $24,042. Fairlane* - from $38,489. LTD* - from $54,315. 36,374 EBs, 84,847 EB Series IIs, 3,420 NCs, 10,789 NC Series IIs, 431 DCs, and 1,450 DC Series IIs were built. EB replaced in August 1993 by the ED Falcon. NC/DC replaced by the NF/DF in March 1995.

Falcon GT

Range

EB Falcon (Series I) (till April 1992)

  • GL, 3.9L, 6-cyl, Sedan/Wagon, 120kW@4250rpm, 311Nm@3250rpm
  • GL, 3.9L, 6-cyl, Sedan/Wagon, 139kW@4250rpm, 338Nm@3500rpm
  • GL, 5.0L, V8, Sedan/Wagon, 165kW@4500rpm, 388Nm@3000rpm
  • Fairmont, 3.9L, 6-cyl, Sedan/Wagon, 139kW, 338Nm
  • Fairmont, 5.0L, V8, Sedan/Wagon, 165kW, 388Nm
  • Fairmont Ghia, 3.9L, 6-cyl, Sedan/Wagon, 139kW, 338Nm
  • Fairmont Ghia, 5.0L, V8, Sedan/Wagon, 165kW, 388Nm
  • S, 3.9L, 6-cyl, Sedan/Wagon, 139kW, 338Nm
  • S-XR8, 5.0L, V8, Sedan, 165kW, 388Nm

EB Falcon (Series II) (from April 1992)

  • GLi, 4.0L, 6-cyl, Sedan/Wagon, 148kW@4500rpm, 348Nm@3750rpm
  • GLi, 5.0L, V8, Sedan/Wagon, 165kW@4500rpm, 388Nm@3000rpm
  • Fairmont, 4.0L, 6-cyl, Sedan/Wagon, 148kW, 348Nm
  • Fairmont, 5.0L, V8, Sedan/Wagon, 165kW, 388Nm
  • Fairmont Ghia, 4.0L, 6-cyl, Sedan/Wagon, 148kW, 348Nm
  • Fairmont Ghia, 5.0L, V8, Sedan/Wagon, 165kW, 388Nm
  • S, 4.0L, 6-cyl, Sedan/Wagon, 148kW, 348Nm
  • S-XR6, 4.0L, 6-cyl, Sedan/Wagon, 161kW@4600rpm, 365Nm@3650rpm (from September 1992)
  • S-XR8, 5.0L, V8, Sedan, 165kW, 388Nm
  • GT, 5.0L, V8, Sedan, 200kW@5250rpm, 420Nm@4000rpm (from October 1992)

NC Fairlane

  • Fairlane, 3.9L, 6-cyl, Sedan, 139kW, 338Nm (Series I)
  • Fairlane Ghia, 3.9L, 6-cyl, Sedan, 139kW, 338Nm (Series I)
  • Fairlane, 4.0L, 6-cyl, Sedan, 148kW, 348Nm (Series II, till August 1993)
  • Fairlane Ghia, 4.0L, 6-cyl, Sedan, 148kW, 348Nm (Series II)
  • Fairlane, 5.0L, V8, Sedan, 165kW, 388Nm (till August 1993)
  • Fairlane Ghia, 5.0L, V8, Sedan, 165kW, 388Nm

DC LTD

  • LTD, 3.9L, 6-cyl, Sedan, 139kW, 338Nm (Series I)
  • LTD, 4.0L, 6-cyl, Sedan, 148kW, 348Nm (Series II)
  • LTD, 5.0L, V8, Sedan, 165kW, 388Nm

XF Falcon (till March 1993)

  • Utility and Panelvan range- GL, S

XG Falcon (from March 1993)

  • Utility and Panelvan range- Longreach GLi, Longreach S

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Photos
Falcon GL
EB Falcon GL Sedan
Falcon GL
EB Falcon GL Sedan
Falcon GL
EB Falcon GL Wagon
Falcon GLi
EB II Falcon GLi Sedan
Falcon S
EB Falcon S Sedan
Falcon S-XR6
EB II Falcon S-XR6 Sedan
Falcon S-XR8
EB Falcon S-XR8
Fairmont Ghia
EB II Fairmont Ghia Sedan
Falcon GT
EB II Falcon GT
Falcon GT
EB II Falcon GT

NC Fairlane Ghia Sportsman

DC LTD

1991 XF Falcon S Utility

XG Falcon Longreach GLi

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V8 Supercars

The EB Falcon, along with the VP Holden Commodore, heralded the start of the new V8 Supercar series, with the guidelines suggesting Australian-made cars with 5.0L pushrod V8 engines, and rear wheel drive. The EB Falcon won the first V8 Supercar title in 1993, under #30 Glenn Seton, in his Peter Jackson Racing Falcon.

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Limited Edition Models

Falcon Classic- upgrade on Falcon

Fairlane Ghia Sportsman- upgrade on Fairlane Ghia. 1993.

Falcon SS- May 1992. Only 10 made for the Australian Production Car Championship. 4.0L six-cylinder. 204.1kW at the wheels

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Competitors

Competitors when new:

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XF Falcon (1984)
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*prices at introduction
Some images sourced from Ford, FPV, and carsales.com.au