I think the falcon is diffrent enough to stand on its own. Sure for has several RWD products. The Crown Vic and the Lincon LS and the mustang come to mind, however the falcon is very diffrent to all these.
The crown vic doesn't sell all that well in the vast majority of markets, and something like 60% of all US sales are to police and law enforcement customers. Which I find quite funny because these crown vics aren't very quick, they are bigger and heavier than a falcon with a engine of simular output to a 4.0 six.
The reason why ford OZ doesn't export is because of the Capri. Hell the capri disaster might stop Holden from exporting to the USA!!
Management would say the exporting of the falcon would be a backwards step for design, styling, quality and reliability, and that they should be edging closer to Japanese and European car quality not heading down the dirt track of cheap questionable australian imports.
The only car the falcon would really have to compete with is the crown vic, which is basically boring as bread. The crown Vic isn't a sales stormer, it sells because its basically the only reasonably priced rwd car on the market, and the police buy it for that reason and its big. The only others are BMW and merc..
I say import the falcon for a 1 year trial in the USA and permanently in the Middle east and in the UK. Models to run with are the LTD badged as a lincon, and the Futura (rebadge as just a Falcon), Fairmont Ghia(rebadge as just the Fairmont) and the XR 6/8 and the Ute.