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In pursuit of a BA Falcon

Loved the seedy tales from the Australian TV series Underbelly? Loved playing Cops and Robbers as a kid? On the hunt for a BA Ford Falcon that you can’t actually register and drive to work?

If you answered yes to any of those, boy have I lined up a Facebook found beauty this time around!

For a mere 4K you can have all this:

2004 BA FALCON USED IN UNDERBELLY “THE GOLDEN MILE” ALL SIRENS/SPEAKERS WORK SEGREGATED REAR SEATS SCREEN ON DASH RUNS, DOES A SKID, LOVES CIRCLE WORK😉 WAS GOING TO PUT A V8 FOR TRACK USE….”SKIDPIG” CANNOT BE REGISTERED!!!!!!!!

So you can’t put in on the road to drive legally but maybe buy it and sneakily park it the driveway of unsuspecting mates for the fun of discovering a random police vehicle waiting for you to walk out the door?

It’s the closest you’re going to get to a police car without a) Graduating from a police academy or b) doing something stupid to end up in the back of one.

Personally I probably end up snorting beer out of my nostrils in sheer delight at seeing this police BA Falcon turned into a drift pig, especially if it looked like it was trying to catch and apprehend the other drifters on the track. A live Need for Speed Rivals? Yes please.

And while the outside looks okay, it’s the inside that really shines here.

The barrier in the back would be a perfect fit for the next Mad Max film!

Disappointing you can’t actually get it back on the road but the official police force probably wouldn’t be thrilled seeing this old school boy in blue doing pretty unpolice things. Like dropping the kids off to school, working as an uber and delivering pizzas..

(I for one would be thrilled to have a set of working sirens to encourage traffic to get out of my way. But then I’m not an officer of the law and the world is probably safer for that fact.)

I wonder where it’s going to end up and what’s going to happen to it? Stay tuned!

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