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April 20, 2014, 11:47:37 AM
Im new to the pinto world. I had several as a youngster . Havent owned any pintos for about thirty years . But I just picked up one I couldn't get past without buying it. 1977 wagon . 36,000 original miles. Im not sure if I should leave it bone stock or dress it up . How about some suggestions. Plea

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1972 Ford Pinto
« on: May 20, 2013, 12:46:09 PM »
1972 Ford Pinto

Selling my 1972 Ford Pinto, it's a 2.0L with original 4 speed transmission. I have done almost an entire restoration but on it's way back from it's first car show it spun a bearing. With a new baby on the way in the next two months I simply don't have the resources to fix it and I'm going to be moving to texas a few weeks after the birth. It's an amazing car and I wish I could keep it but I just don't have the resources. All it needs is a new headliner and some work on the gas gauge (doesn't register for some reason) as well as the rod repair and this car is literally in perfect running shape. I'm really sad to see it go but I just don't have a choice. asking 3500 or best offer and really want to sell it fast!

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Carrying on the family tradition...

Me, 72 Pinto 2.0
Dad, 72 pinto 2.0
Father-in-law, 73 pinto wagon


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