A few technical aspects of the Ford Falcon

These cars are assembled at Lorain, Kansas City, San Jose and Metuchen.

The engine is designed to run on regular gasolene.

Engine torque is 138 ft./lb. at 2,000 r.p.m.

The crankcase has a capacity of 3½ pints, the oil filter one pint.

The cooling system circulates 8.7 qts. of water at a pressure of 13-15 lb./sq. in.

The back axle contains two pints of lubricant and there is an optional axle ratio of 3.56 to 1 available.

The Fordomatic transmission absorbs 6¼ qts. of lubricant.