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1977 Ford Pinto Cruising WagonReview
Gary writes:

This Car Draws Lots Of Attention At Ford And Mustang Shows And Is Always The Only One There — our great flashback car has the v6 and will cruise at 60 mph with no problems.she is a second owner car in mostly all original condition right down to the philco ford am radio and style steel wheels. as for fun to drive , this car gets lots of smiles and questions whenever we take her for a drive.

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

Pros: brings back lots of memories

Cons: it is a pinto of course.

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