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Pinto , 27 K original miles

Mint condition, all original

https://photos.google.com/direct/AF1QipMvdin-cRS5eoLUeYya7_r6S6uP3-zrx8DHwVDM3GcywIHImfttlBIthFra2zJCGw/photos Hopefully these pics open. ???

https://photos.google.com/direct/AF1QipMvdin-cRS5eoLUeYya7_r6S6uP3-zrx8DHwVDM3GcywIHImfttlBIthFra2zJCGw?pli=1

Interior photo, and pic of neighbors 71 Pinto.

I hope all the pics open. The white Pinto is my neighbor an great friend.

Interior of My Pinto.


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57timemachine on Feb 1, 2021 said:

Sweet looking little car there but we need to know more about it. Cheers.

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57timemachine on Feb 1, 2021 said:

Sweet looking little car there but we need to know more about it. Cheers.

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vegasjerry on Feb 2, 2021 said:

I am second owner. Been in storage for over 30 years. Exterior needed lots of cleaning and polishing , but from the gas tank forward it needed every thing. But the engine and trans was perfect. New heater core. My neighbor and great friend has a 71 Pinto in beautiful condition. We take them to cars shows here in Las Vegas. No other Pintos ever show up.

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Mario on Feb 2, 2021 said:

Beautiful Pinto in great condition and very low mileage. Can't say I've seen one in recent years at any car show. She's a rare one. Regards, Mario

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vegasjerry on Feb 2, 2021 said:

I am very proud of this car. I am 2nd owner. Been in storage over 30 plus year. My neighbor and friend also has Pinto. 1971. We show them at our local car shows here in Las Vegas. NV. No other Pintos ever show up. We get lots of comments about them. It took a lot of work under the car from the gas tank forward to get it running again. But the engine and trans turned out great. No internal work was necessary. Jerry.

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vegasjerry on Feb 2, 2021 said:

I should add it still had the original tires on it and the spare had never been out of the trunk. !!

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Mario on Feb 2, 2021 said:

Jerry, that's amazing a car 50 years old in such great shape. Can you take some pictures of the interior, dash and engine. I'd love to see it. Thanks, Mario

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vegasjerry on Feb 5, 2021 said:

https://photos.google.com/direct/AF1QipMvdin-cRS5eoLUeYya7_r6S6uP3-zrx8DHwVDM3GcywIHImfttlBIthFra2zJCGw?pli=1

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vegasjerry on Feb 4, 2021 said:

https://photos.google.com/direct/AF1QipMvdin-cRS5eoLUeYya7_r6S6uP3-zrx8DHwVDM3GcywIHImfttlBIthFra2zJCGw/photos

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Mario on Feb 4, 2021 said:

Couldn't get to open. Maybe you can add the pics to your page instead. Thanks, Mario

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57timemachine on Feb 4, 2021 said:

I would like to add that up here in Southern Ontario Canada, I have seen a number of Pinto's at car events but they are always heavily modified or drag cars. Beautiful color combination on that sweet Pinto of yours and thanks for saving it. Cheers.

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vegasjerry on Feb 5, 2021 said:

https://photos.google.com/direct/AF1QipMvdin-cRS5eoLUeYya7_r6S6uP3-zrx8DHwVDM3GcywIHImfttlBIthFra2zJCGw?pli=1

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azmusclecar on Feb 7, 2021 said:

Wow, haven't seen one in this condition in a long long time. I had a Pinto for my company car and enjoyed it. It was the wagon model. I used it to make deliveries and haul the mail so to speak. I like that color combo too....good color for the hot sun. Well done.

Rob

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azmusclecar on Feb 8, 2021 said:

I tried your link to the photos and can't open....

Add the pics here for us pic-addicts.

Also what is the name of that color paint on your ride?

Rob

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Mario on Feb 9, 2021 said:

I too let him know the link didn't work and to post the pics on this site. That's what this website is for. Mario

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vegasjerry on Feb 9, 2021 said:

I am an old man, can't figure out to send pics for you to see. I can can see them on my puter, but attaching them to this site will not open them for you to see. ??? grrrr.

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Mario on Feb 9, 2021 said:

Ha Ha, we're all old on this website! You're not alone. How did you add the ones on your page. Just click on Add Photo and then click on the photo in your computer you want to add. Mario

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Mario on Mar 1, 2021 said:

Nice going Jerry you added some more pictures. The interior is like new! Amazing how you have a 50 year old car that is in showroom condition. Can't wait to see the engine. Post a picture if you can, thanks, Mario.

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vegasjerry on Mar 1, 2021 said:

Engine is nothing to comment about. I can't get parts like a perfect air filter housing and other things. I am working on getting the engine area looking better. I have it insured with Hagerty. Jerry.

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57timemachine on Feb 9, 2021 said:

Jerry, what Mario said above should get you going in the picture matter. I wonder if there are any younger folks on here. The hobby of vintage cars seems to be an "Old Guy" hobby for the most part. I am 62 now and feeling kind of old these days but I am ok with it because I still have my health and still enjoying old cars like I always have. Cheers.

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Mario on Mar 1, 2021 said:

Hey Jerry, try out the new game Brandon and I worked on called Name the cars with the Hidden Gas Caps. If you ever pumped gas at a station and are our age you should do well. The game went live today. Regards, Mario

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Warrior on Mar 1, 2021 said:

Awesome Pinto. I remember them well. What an amazing low-mileage example you have there. Cheers!

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