1973 Ford Courier.

June 27, 2011

9 comments



9 comments:

Mikael said...

This truck was a shameless imitation of the great Moskvitsh pick-up which was proudly designed and manufactured in the Worker's Paradise!

This just goes to show that one can never trust the American capitalist pigs.

Anonymous said...

"Honey, what do you want for your birthday?"

- "Red pinstriping - lots of it!"

"Why do you need lots of it?"

- "I got ideas!"

erik said...

What is going on with the pinstriping! I love it AND I hate it.

jjd241 said...

These were pretty tough rigs. We abused one throughout our high school carrer in the late 70's.

Anonymous said...

If I recall, these were rebadged Mazda's...from back when Ford had minority stake in Mazda.

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Unknown said...

To the Russian, you should check your facts these were based off mazda pickups that started in 1961 your russian truck didn't come around till 64, who's copying who
and i still drive my REPU cant hauling anything but fun to drive

Anonymous said...

So, oddly enough, I bought this truck a couple weeks ago. My two Peugeot 504s have both been featured on here a couple times, though they are gone now. This truck is a sweetheart, interior is perfect, save for the seat, and the body is super straight. It runs strong, but I am rebuilding a 32/36 Weber to replace the Hitachi right now. Anyway, strange to now have three Old Parked Cars. :) -Brendan

Tony Piff said...

@brendan: tic-tac-toe, three in a row! (a reference to your cars and to image #3, if you get what i mean)