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Past 1974 Ranchero GT Q code

Present 1973 Q code formal roof base model Torino with ralleye equpiment package and 4spd.
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Post Options Post Options   Thanks (0) Thanks(0)   Quote Uante Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: 25-July-2016 at 10:15AM
Originally posted by 67gt5003119 67gt5003119 wrote:

I know the building well. I used to work at sky harbor up until 2 years ago. Actually, there is a few engineers that work out of that place and they still design and build APU's there. It is packed with boxes!
The airport is planning a fourth runway that will go on that property, but Honeywell has the lease for 20 more years. As you can imagine there is some head butting going on.
 
Oh, I thought it was empty, that's what I was told plus there's a lease sign on it now. I work for Honeywell down the road a ways that is on the same side of the street. And like you said, that forth runway is supposed to go right along through here.
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Originally posted by Uante Uante wrote:

Great Thread and many many cool pictures! I started a similar thread on Vintage Vans and it's always fun to see old pictures. 

Vintage vans??? Link???

Edited by Big Bird - 25-July-2016 at 11:58AM
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Originally posted by Big Bird Big Bird wrote:

Originally posted by Uante Uante wrote:

Great Thread and many many cool pictures! I started a similar thread on Vintage Vans and it's always fun to see old pictures. 

Vintage vans??? Link???


Here's the link to the thread "Old Pictures of Earlies at Work". So this thread started with just First generation Ford Econolines but as not to leave anyone out we changed it to the Dodges and Chevys as well. Then when pictures became more scarce, we included old vans today that are "working" vans.

btw, we tried to exclude vans in movies and on tv...there's a different thread for that.

http://vintage-vans.forumotion.com/t45768-old-pictures-of-earlies-at-work


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Wow, this thread is a real treasure! So many great documents of time in here, just awesome! Clap
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Originally posted by Torino_Chris Torino_Chris wrote:

Wow, this thread is a real treasure! So many great documents of time in here, just awesome! Clap

Thanks.

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Very cool!
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Carlisle PA, early 80s. Pics from a friend of mine. He used to go to all the flea markets in their hay day.  


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Man, I wish it was the 1980s again. That would be me ideal decade to live in. The fashion, the cars (new and used), the people, all of it. 

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Early 1971
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GTW wrote:
"Man, I wish it was the 1980s again. That would be me ideal decade to live in. The fashion, the cars (new and used), the people, all of it."
Been thru the 80s....Once was enough...It was fun while it lasted.
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I agree! Been there done that.
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5/15/88 - one day after the bus crash that has always been in the back of my mind... 

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Here's my Torino in May of 1972, shortly after my dad bought it in April 1972.
 
 
 
 
 
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That is super cool!! Love the color combo!
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