Classic 1971 Ford Falcon with 32 axe dents fetches a record $400,000 at auction – and it doesn’t even have an engine
- A 1971 Ford Falcon missing an engine has fetched for a whopping $400,000
- The collectible, based in Melbourne, was sold after an online auction last week
- The car was idle in a farm shed for decades and had been attacked by an axe
- The new owners will have to fork out an estimated $200,000 to make it driveable
A beaten-up 1971 classic Ford Falcon with 32 axe dents and no engine has fetched a whopping $400,000.
The car was salvaged from a farm shed in Melbourne and listed for auction on Grays online last week, with bidding rapidly reaching $350,000.
Despite attracting vast interest, it failed to hit