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1969 Ford Country Squire Review
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5,975

Nastalgia Station Wagon — I love the feel of this full-size plus vehicle. Floats down the road like riding on a pillow. Enough power to pull anything and still has a quiet ride. Get one with the big block FE 390 motor for plenty of power and decent fuel economy.

Primary Use: Utility (towing boats, transporting cargo, etc.)

Pros: Large heavy body on frame vehicle, great ride and comfort, floats down the road, plenty of cargo space, Plenty of comfortable room for 3 adults in front bench seat, 3-4  adults in rear bench seat and 2 small children in jump seats in wayback. or haul a 4x8 sheet of plywood or sheetrock with the rear seat folded down and the tailgate up.

Cons: not the greatest on gas mileage, hard to find a suitable parking spot lately. Needs optional swaybars for handling

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The Country Squire — Though the same basic design of my ugliest car (which turned out to be a parts car for this one), this baby ran smooth and rode like a cloud. Unfortunately the guy I bought it from stole it. Now I know why he couldn't find the title or the extra set of keys the night I picked it from him.

Pros: Smooth ride, excellent performance

Cons: No title, no legal plates, no registration

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5,975

I Love This Car — They don't make em like this anymore. One of the best looking or THE best looking Ford LTD made. Big, Heavy, Powerful, Floats down the road. Like my living room couch on wheels. Ford, Defintely had a better idea with this one. This one is a 2 owner car, originally owned by a Ford rep, then me. Car is loaded with options, It has the original 390 4 bbl big-block, C-6 tranny, 9 inch rearend, p.s., p.d.b., p.w.,. bucket 6-way power seats, p ant. factory air cond, factory am-fm stereo., tinted glass, dual rearview mirrors, dual Ford spotlights, power rear window, vinyl roof and roof rack My Diamond in the rough.

Primary Use: Sport/fun (spirited driving, track racing, off-roading, etc.)

Pros: Classic styling with the sharp looking grille and hide-away headlights 390 big-block FE engine was one of Ford's best. This baby will run forever, no computer so no scanner needed to work on it. Just basic tools, easy to tune-up. Rides like a cadillac. Dash makes you feel like your in an airplane cockpit but much bigger. Made out of good-ole American steel and plenty of it. Can cruise all day at 80mph and not break a sweat.

Cons: can't think of any.

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1977 Ford Country Squire Reviews

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