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I saw a '71 Torino Squire...with a 429CJ (UPDATE: Pictures - one year later!)
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Light seafoamish green, no trim, mildly restomodded. No pictures, but I'm going to hunt for it, as it showed up in the neighborhood.

One of the original, six 429CJ Squires? Remind me to look at the VIN the next time.

EDIT: SEE PAGE #2 FOR PICTURES

-Kurt

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OOOOH Kurt , that's just a teaser !Tongue

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It's the first time I saw it parked in front of that house, but this fellow seems to have a thing for hot wagons. Saw a hopped-up 90's 5-series estate out there once.

-Kurt

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#4
Must be a very cool guy with car tastes like that.

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#5
I love wagons!
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#6
Yeah pics are in order on that one
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http://www.hemmings.com/mus/stories/2010...ture2.html
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CZ-75;187166 Wrote:http://www.hemmings.com/mus/stories/2010...ture2.html

Indeed, though some of the post-factory modifications to the engine

The SCJ solid-lifter camshaft in that car story presents some interesting questions (not that I believe it's an SCJ), but they failed to mention the part number of the cast iron Ford intake, which must be that of an SCJ, if it fits a Holley. Alternative is a Q-Jet spreadbore.

That, and the carb on it now has nothing to do with D1ZF-9510-XA.

-Kurt

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I would love to own that wagon !

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Been by the house 5 times. No Torino as of yet.

-Kurt

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