Ford Falcon Repair Manuals

Ford Falcon Workshop Repair Manuals

Fairlane Manuals

Ford Fairlane Manuals are listed below.  For further information and comprehensive summaries of contents select the More Info buttons.
There is a brief Background of the Fairlane below.#Fairlane
Fairlane Manuals - Ghia BA Repair Manual

Fairlane Ghia BA

Price: $9.99

AU Ford Falcon, Fairlane Manual

Fairlane Ghia Ltd AU

Price: $9.99

Workshop Manual Ford Fairlane Ghia NF

Fairlane Ghia NF

Price: $8.99

Ford Falcon Ghia NL Workshop Repair Manual

Fairlane Ghia NL

Price: $8.99

NA Ford Fairlane Workshop Manual

Fairlane NA

Price: $8.99

ord Fairlane NC Workshop Manual

Fairlane NC

Price: $8.99

Ford Fairlane ZF Workshop Manual

Fairlane ZF

Price: $24.99

ZG Fairlane Workshop Manual

Fairlane ZG

Price: $24.99

Ford Fairlane ZH and Marquis Repair Manual

Fairlane ZH

Price: $24.99

Ford Fairlane ZL Service Manual

Fairlane ZL

Price: $24.99


The Ford Fairlane are full-sized luxury vehicles[1] produced in a series of models by Ford Australia between 1959 and 2007.

From 1959 to 1964, the Fairlane was a locally assembled version of the American Ford Fairlane, which had taken its name from Henry Ford‘s estate, Fair Lane, near Dearborn, Michigan. The car was Ford Australia’s top-of-the-range model until replaced by an Australian-assembled version of the full-sized American Ford Galaxie. In 1967, Ford Australia reintroduced the Fairlane, this time as an Australian-developed, luxury, long-wheelbase version of its mainstream Falcon/Fairmont, positioned between the Falcon and the Galaxie. The locally assembled Galaxie evolved into the LTD which was itself replaced in 1973 by an Australian-developed, Fairlane-based model, also known as the Ford LTD. 

The Holden Brougham (1968–1971), Statesman (1971–1984), and later the Holden Statesman and Caprice (1990–2007) were competitors of the Fairlane and LTD in the market.

In the beginning, Ford built the Fairlane/LTD at Eagle Farm, Queensland, and the Broadmeadows Assembly Plant. Ford centralised Falcon production at Campbellfield and Fairlane/LTD manufacturing to Eagle Farm until about March/April 1978 with the impending debut of the Ford Falcon (XD) and its derivatives. Eagle Farm stopped making automobiles around the time of the EA Falcon era’s introduction of the following generation (1988) and only produced heavy vehicles until its demise in 1998.

Check out our other Manuals: