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    Posted: 16-March-2018 at 6:30AM
Meh. Looks like your average Nebraska rust IMO man.
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You can buy a car from me!  I'll convince you it's fine.  I mean, look at my Torino.  (Just look at it.)  It will kick any other Torino's ass because of all the weight reduction!
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will you just look at that,LOL
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Post Options Post Options   Thanks (0) Thanks(0)   Quote californiajohnny Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: 12-February-2018 at 5:48PM
Originally posted by torino335 torino335 wrote:

LOL very funny,some people might think you were being honest,you would make a good salesman,Clap
LOLLOLLOL IDK i'd be scared to buy a car from him LOL

or this guy either....
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=EF8GhC-T_Mo
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you do talk like a car salesman,i sent a copy to my oldest son,you look like him when he was young,we had a good laugh,i check out you on you tube on torino time,keep us posted,
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Haha. Thank you! I feel bad for those people that thought I was being honest...
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LOL very funny,some people might think you were being honest,you would make a good salesman,Clap
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Originally posted by stanman stanman wrote:

 So it's you in the video? Pretty funny.

Yes, it's me.  :)  Thank you!


Originally posted by 72FordGTS 72FordGTS wrote:

If that's your video, you should post about your Torino build here.  We'd all love following your progress on this Torino.

It's me!  I could try that.  The problem is, I have such little time and money right now.  Christmas was my first day off in 113 days.  I document my "progress" in my video series called "Torino Time."

Torino Time Playlist Here

It's one of the series that I do.  It's my first carbureted engine, and I'm seriously learning as I go, which I why I joined this forum.  So, don't bash me too much!  :)

PS: This does not reflect the body shop I co-own (Winter Park Paint and Collision).  I mostly own stake in the company, and do the video work for them.  I don't do the work.
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Originally posted by unlovedford unlovedford wrote:

He wants $2500 for it. A 4 door that is absolutely transparent in several areas.


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He wants $2500 for it. A 4 door that is absolutely transparent in several areas.
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i would have to be drunk to ride as a passenger in there,Beer
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 Shocked  WTF!!!



 i don't feel so bad now lol my truck has a rust hole there but not like that ShockedOuch
a couple weeks ago when i dropped a car off at the recycling center my truck was idling (280* cam, lifters, roller rockers, edelbrock manifold with holley 4bbl)... the lady cashier said "sounds like you need to turn this one in too" ShockedWinkLOL i said oh hell no! this thing RUNS, i'd never get rid of this truck!! then leaving i gave it just 1/2 throttle and left rubber for 1 1/2 blocks Thumbs UpBig smileLOL
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Originally posted by unlovedford unlovedford wrote:

I found that a hole in the rear pan of a '72 wagon makes for a great alternative for passengers needing to void enroute. Much faster than stopping at a rest area...


As I've been saying all along....we need a face palm emoji. ..
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I saw this Ford on CL. Owner states that the frame has rust in some areas, but that a replacement frame is included and the body can be transferred onto it. I'd be afraid that the body would fold up when you lifted it.



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I found that a hole in the rear pan of a '72 wagon makes for a great alternative for passengers needing to void enroute. Much faster than stopping at a rest area...
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Originally posted by SilverSatllion05 SilverSatllion05 wrote:

Yeah man... You're good. Glad I could help!
 
If that's your video, you should post about your Torino build here.  We'd all love following your progress on this Torino.
 
On the rust thing, my Uncle used to have a '58 Pontiac Pathfinder (Canadian model).  The rear floor was completely rusted out, so he used old garbage can lids to cover up the holes.  He said his buddies used to lift up the lids while driving to "relieve themselves" after while cruising around drinking "root beers."


Edited by 72FordGTS - 09-February-2018 at 12:44PM
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   LOLLOLLOL
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One of my high school buddies had an old cupboard door over the missing rear floor in his 68ish Sedan de Ville. Great for disposing of empty "Root Beer" bottles.
The above post should be read in a "Grumpy Old Man" voice.
Almost forgot: "Get off my lawn!!!"
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i found roof shingles between the carpet and the pavement
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seen plywood as a car floor once,LOL
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Old license plates work great on the smaller holes. Just remember to caulk arou nd them when your done!Thumbs Up
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Originally posted by torino335 torino335 wrote:

put a piece carpet down and your good to go,no worries,
no, no, no! cut a piece of a road sign then carpet Wink
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Originally posted by SilverSatllion05 SilverSatllion05 wrote:

Yeah man... You're good. Glad I could help!


So it's you in the video? Pretty funny.
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Yeah man... You're good. Glad I could help!
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put a piece carpet down and your good to go,no worries,
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Originally posted by stanman stanman wrote:

If you can still see frame you have a small problem. If you don't see frame and you should...big problem.    LOL

Thank You for explanation!!!
As you can see here, frame is clearly visible, so luckily this is small problem!!!LOLLOLLOL






Edited by T-Bird_79 - 08-February-2018 at 10:08AM
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Originally posted by torino335 torino335 wrote:

HEY if your finger cant pop the rust bubble its good,dont worryLOL


See? Somebody knows what's up!
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HEY if your finger cant pop the rust bubble its good,dont worryLOL
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LOLLOLLOL hmmm DMV issues rust down there? LOL most other places "rust free" means... if you buy the car there's no extra charge for the rust! Wink
 but i think those metallic flakes in the paint are "rust seeds" issued by ford LOL
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