XT BUYER GUIDE
FANCY A FAB FORD?
Having spent massively and with great success on its XR model, Ford could not be blamed for keeping the lid on the bikkie tin when upgrading to the XT range which would be seen in 1968.
A less-complex grille, sensible rear indicators, new hubcaps and badges summarised the changes that would be apparent buyers of Falcon and Fairmont versions. Those who bought a GT were probably disappointed that their cars didn’t stand out in the same way as the original XR but they did get a few extra benefits for their $4050 outlay including a limited-slip differential, improved seats and suspension plus a pair of Lucas Ranger driving lights.
As had been the case with XR versions, the XT range comprised sedans and wagons in three trim levels. Utilities and panel vans that could be bought in basic Falcon form or with marginally more