1973 Ford Country Squire Review
A Legendary Monster From The 70's. — For comfort, style, cargo capacity, and sheer size nothing beats the Country Squire. Just look at that bumper. Its miles and miles of chrome. And even with the base 351W 2-V it has plenty of go power. Another shocker is the handling, it sticks to the road and won't let go.
Pros: Its a massive, in your face affront to all things green.
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First Car, Paid $350 Sold It To Neighbor For $560.
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