Give your Fal­con GT the axe

New Zealand Classic Car - - News -

Have you ever won­dered how rare your Fal­con GT is, which Ford deal­er­ship it was sold new from, or which op­tions it was or­dered with? Now you can find out all this and more, with an ACCHS re­port (pro­nounced ‘axe’ — short for Aus­tralian Clas­sic Car His­tory Ser­vices Pty Ltd). Whether you al­ready own a Fal­con GT, or are in the mar­ket to buy one, do your­self a favour and get one of these. “An ACCHS re­port is the only way to ver­ify

a Fal­con GT,” states rac­ing leg­end Al­lan Mof­fat.

As the keeper of the flame, Aus­tralian Clas­sic Car His­tory Ser­vices pro­vides a de­tailed cer­tifi­cate out­lin­ing a Fal­con GT’S pro­duc­tion spec­i­fi­ca­tions, sourced from the of­fi­cial fac­tory pro­duc­tion records, and sim­i­lar to the Marti Re­ports avail­able for the Ford Mus­tang in the USA. The ACCHS re­port shows de­tailed in­for­ma­tion, such as op­tions and rel­e­vant sta­tis­ti­cal data, which also in­cludes how many other Fal­con GTS were built just like it. For ex­am­ple, your car may be one of many built in a par­tic­u­lar colour, but one of only a few built with the same colour and trim com­bi­na­tion. Of these, it could be as rare as the only one made like it with the same op­tions and spec­i­fi­ca­tions. The re­port will also show how many other GTS the Ford deal­er­ship sold be­sides yours.

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