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I saw a '71 Torino Squire...with a 429CJ (UPDATE: Pictures - one year later!)
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Let's see - one year and two months later, I finally spotted it right where I first saw it - and this time I took pictures!

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It's a '71 Torino, not a '70. If my morning's memory of the VIN serves me right, it is originally a L-code (250 inline-6). With exception to the Magnum 500's, one would be hard pressed not to think this was an original build.

-Kurt

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#12
Sweet! That's another car I'd like to call my own.
Thanks for the follow up on that after all that time. Your persistance paid as usual. Smile

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Mike

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#13
Wow that is a cool car!! CoolBravo Regards DK73

So I'm a proud owner of one Mach 1 73! Regards Lars DK73whistling
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Excellent idea. It looks very well done. Chuck
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