1979 Ford Pinto Squire.

October 27, 2014

6 comments

6 comments:

Richard said...

NICE!! I like the last generation Pinto's (79-80). I always liked the wagons better then the Notchback/hatchbacks.

RoadmasterMike said...

Agreed on the wagons being the best looking Pintos, especially the Squire option. But those rectangular headlights always defined "square peg hammered into round hole" to me, not just on Pintos but any of the rounded 70's cars.

A 260-289-302 fits nicely under the hood of one of these, BTW..

Dad/Mark said...

I love Ford's decision to associate this car with the landed British gentry. Somehow I hear a voice with a heavy British accent using the phrase "Squire, sir?" with reference to this esteemed automobile. Maybe something like this, "Should I have James bring 'round the Rolls, sir? Or perhaps today you'd prefer to be driven in the Squire..."

Justin said...

Looks pretty good with the wood paneling and those patina'd American Racing wheels.

Tony Piff said...

this thing is frickin' great. what an opc. great light on the profile shot.

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