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#3154246 - 04/11/12 10:14 PM 1974 Pinto Wagon
El Chucky Offline
Light Foot

Registered: 07/21/10
Posts: 42
Loc: East mountain, Tx
1974 ford pinto wagon, with title, has original 2.3L 4cyl engine that runs. The AUTO transmission does not work. Body is in decent to good shape with only a few minor dents, mostly on the front fenders and hood. There are some rust bubbles showing up in both rear quarter panel and the drip rails have significant rust on them. Passenger door has been repainted a long time ago. All glass, except for cracked windshield, is good. Interior is rough, there is no carpet left in the car and the interior has been about 80% disassembled and piled in the back (all present and accounted for). The floor pans up front will need work although the rear ones are solid with the factory paint still on them. The dash in this car will need to be treated for rust. Overall it’s a decent project car.

Asking $650 ,trades are possible. Need it gone

#3191964 - 04/28/12 09:09 PM Re: 1974 Pinto Wagon [Re: El Chucky]
El Chucky Offline
Light Foot

Registered: 07/21/10
Posts: 42
Loc: East mountain, Tx

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#3192055 - 04/28/12 10:11 PM Re: 1974 Pinto Wagon [Re: El Chucky]
VigoPark Offline

Registered: 02/06/12
Posts: 159
Loc: Ft Worth
You know, back in the day, people put v-8s in Pintos, seen some awesome street rods. The last one I remember seeing had a Buick Riviera engine/transaxle in the back. Maybe a gear head will take this off your hands for you.

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