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Ironically, an '80 with a 2.3 turbo would be close to my idea of the perfect Pinto.I think square headlight Pintos look the best.
very, very nice, I like it.how easy was that bumper to install? I think I've been told they are bolt ups ('77 on '80) with no mods? is that true, bolt right up?
I had one a few years back just like it, interior and paint. In a field for to many years w/broken windows so the seats were.... ugly.
At least they're both black. Just add gold stripes to that front clip.
I just hate the thought that he's cutting up the Runabout to turn it into a trunk model. Me, I prefer Runabouts over trunks but that's me.
It looks pretty decent for a parts car! We should all be so fortunate.Dwayne :smile:
Ewwww... all of a sudden my rust bucket is sounding good.
Now that my kids are back in school it's time to start working on the car. I cleaned the garage enough to get the parts car in & start stripping it down. I found a lot more rust than I bargained for but since its going to be a stripped down lightweight Ill just cut the rust out & replace it with aluminum where possible.The crunched quarter will take the most work to replace.
Best wishes with your effort. It's an unfortunate fact that the area you show there is quite often compromised with damage from moisture, since it is nnot only the first avenue for water to travel after exiting the drains, but it also tends to stay wet since there is no good ventilation.Again, hope you can work through it.Chris