Dodge Colt Wagon

Dodge Colt Wagon We give the wagon version of this imported Dodge its own area. It started to lose its connection with rest of the Colt lineup in the middle of its life-cycle. Three generations of the Colt Wagon are presented here. Dodge was really trying to beat the competition. They were in a sales […]
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Mercury Bobcat

Bobcat The Bobcat was introduced for 1975 in the U.S., but was around since ’74 in Canada. Powering these were the same 2.3 liter 4 cylinder or 2.8 liter V6 as found in the corporate stablemate, the Ford Pinto. Body styles were a 3-door hatchback or a 3-door station wagon. Front ends were updated for […]
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Ford Pinto Cruising Wagon

Ford Pinto Cruising Wagon     Pinto Cruising Wagon A new version of the Pinto was introduced for 1977. It was known as the ‘Cruising Wagon’ and was marketed side by side with the big vans. Even included was the bubble window in the upper sides at the rear. ‘Disco-Style’ striping was an option though […]
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Ford Pinto

    Pinto The Pinto was in its 3rd model year for 1973. It was offered in 2-door hatch-look coupe, 3-door hatchback and 3-door station wagon. Famous for fiery rearend collisions due to ruptured fuel tanks, the car is still the butt of jokes almost 40 years later. Another issue was that doors jammed hindering […]
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Ford Mustang

Ford Mustang The Mustang was finishing up a generation in 1973. This era (’69-’73) had the longest overall length at 190 inches. Body styles available were a notchback coupe, fastback coupe, and convertible. Trims offered in ’73 were base, Grande, and Mach 1. Engines this year were a 250 CID 1bbl I6 (88hp), 302 CID […]
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