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I had both a 76 Elite and a 77 LTD Landau. It would be fun to see in 1:64






Is that really Donny Osmond beside the Elite :confused:
 

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I'd buy both, yes, but I'd really like to also see the 72 Torino Sportsroof and the 72 LTD 2 door hardtop or convertible. They were two of the nicest looking Fords from the 70's.
 

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A friend of mine has a green Torino Elite . 1974 ? Its in Mint original condition !!

A while back JL put out the 76 Torino casting as an Elite , Big booboo!!
 

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There's a lot of Thunderbird in that Landeau (or vice versa?). Pass on the Elite. I thought they were an ugly lump of steel back then, and that hasn't changed in thirty years. Same with it's twin, the Cougar.
 

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There's a lot of Thunderbird in that Landeau (or vice versa?). Pass on the Elite. I thought they were an ugly lump of steel back then, and that hasn't changed in thirty years. Same with it's twin, the Cougar.
To each his own but my black 76 Elite with the 400 CI motor was a sweet ride.
Oh and the LTD Landau is one of those cars that I think would look far better in 1:64 than 1:1. :thumbsup:
 

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My friend had a Cougar of the same year as Rich's picture. I thought it was a nice car, stylish for its day, with lots of creature comforts. It had a 400. Slow turd but a nice car to take girls out in.
 
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