Early Falcon Car Club of Queensland


Welcome to the home page of the Early Falcon Car Club of Queensland Inc. The club was founded in 1985 in the car park at JC Slaughter falls, Mt Cootha and is still an annual event on the clubs calendar. Since then, the club has grown to 60+ members driving a range of vehicles. Membership to the club is open to anyone and typically attracts people who own or have an interest in early model Ford's.

Club meetings are held on the last Tuesday of every month at:
The Coorparoo Bowls Club,
32 Riddings Street, Coorparoo, 4151

(www.coorparoobowlsclub.com.au) starting at 7.00pm.
*** Please Note this is a change in venue from March 2015 ***

Our website is open for all members to participate - posting bulletins, uploading photo's and information on their cars, and organising events or club runs.

Members - please login to ensure you see all information, as some bulletins and events are only visible to registered members!

Enjoy the site, and we hope to see you at a club event soon!

Wanted: XT Dual Circuit Master Cylinder

Tuesday, August 11, 2015 by Gav Grant
Chasing a rebuildable master cylinder to convert my XP to dual circuit.

Turnout for Barefoot Bowls

Monday, August 10, 2015 by Gav Grant
The barefoot bowls run at the Coorparoo Bowls Club was a good one. Fresh Taco's were on the menu and the cars were appreciated by a good crowd who were there for the sun and live music. Bowls was good and the bowlers improved as the day progressed.
Was great to see a good variety of much loved cars. See the pics
I also towed my caravan to Jacobs Well for a proving run overnight at the caravan park. Top little spot close to home. The XP towed well with the new Monroe pump-up shocks although the fuel gauge is buggered and gave me a short delay while I grabbed a can of juice for it. If anyone know how to fix a low reading gauge, please call me.

Attachment: Bowls Day Turnout.jpg

  • Comment by Max and Carol Herbert on Monday, August 10, 2015: Yes was a good day out, weather perfect. Draws quit a few people there on a Sunday.Thanks

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