Ford LTD S

LTD S It’s a common misconception that the ’79 LTDs with the single headlamp on each side are LTD S models. This is not the case. Those were just the base LTD that year. When the base LTD received the quad headlamp treatment for 1980, Ford kept the old arrangement around for a budget model […]
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Ford LTD

LTD The top car in the Ford lineup for 1973 was the LTD. Base and Brougham were the two versions sold. Body styles included 2 door hardtop, 4-door hardtop, and 4-door post. Wagons had their own model names this year, so watch for those areas. The LTD was even available with a Police Package for […]
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Ford LTD II

LTD II In 1977, Ford redesigned the midsize lineup with new styling and dropped the Torino name. The “new” car was called the LTD II. This was an effort to market the vehicle with the popular full-size LTD. Body styles wre coupe, sedan and station wagon. Mechanically, the LTD II was identical to the Torino […]
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Ford Ranchero

Ford Ranchero     Ranchero It was Ford’s sedan-pickup rival to the Chevrolet El Camino and GMC Sprint. In 1973, the Ranchero was Ford’s ‘sedan-pickup’ version of the Torino, and it too was in the second year of a new generation. Throughout the Torino / Ranchero ‘marriage’, the two vehicles shared most of their options, […]
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Ford Galaxie

Galaxie The Ford Galaxie for 1973 took on a refreshed appearance. It was the middle of the line fullsize Ford, slotting between the Custom 500 and the LTD. Body styles varied between a 2-door hardtop coupe, 4-door hardtop sedan, and 4-door post sedan. There was a station wagon version called the Country Sedan which we’ll […]
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