This car could also be called Ford Falcon, but not because it was produced by the British branch of the Detroit factory.
It was in fact produced by Falcon Cars, a small English company that produced fiberglass bodies to be installed on a Ford (British) four-cylinder chassis and engine: the goal, like many of its competitors, was to produce an aesthetically appealing car, snappy (due to the low weight) but with a reasonable price.
It seems that around 2,000 of these bodies have been sold at that time, and this particular car is a rare LHD version. It also seems to be in good condition, at least it seems that everything necessary is there, including the clocks taken from a Ford Cortina. The seats are there and the engine is even powered by a couple of two-throat carburettors. Find it for sale at €24,750 (today $26,750) here in Brummen, Netherlands.