The Pinto was released for the 1971 model year from an optimistic front office at Ford. It was intended to be a light and compact import fighter…but due to a design flaw in the fuel tank it ended up as a punch line in every joke involving fiery death for the next 3 decades. The Pinto is now almost 50 years old and they are all but gone from the streets…so what is a really nice example worth to you? Find this 1972 Ford Pinto offered for $9750 in Simi Valley, CA via craigslist. Tip from Rock On!
From the seller;
1972 Ford Pinto
cylinders: 4 cylinders
paint color: orange
title status: clean
1972 Ford Pinto Sports Accent Group
Presenting a Pinto that was placed into dry S California Storage in 1980
Only to be refreshed & displayed forty years later in 2020.
2000 C.C. L-4 86 H.P. 2 BRL
4 speed manual transmission
Front disk brakes
Front & rear bumper guards
Dealer option mag wheels
Right and mirror
Sports Accent group
Open the door and step into luxury. Color-coordinated orange or avocado de-luxe cloth and vinyl seat trim. 25 oz. nylon cut pile carpeting in orange or avocado with wood grain inserts. Deluxe two-spoke steering wheel in orange or avocado. Multi-directional vent registers. Cigar lighter. Rear seat ashtray. Passenger-side door courtesy light switch. Deluxe instrument panel with bright accents and wood grain appliqué. Bright accented parking brake with wood grain grip and color-keyed boot. Shift lever with wood grain motif. DeLuxe seat and shoulder belts.
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