I recieved this photo from Michael Wiese of Copenhagen,
Denmark. Michael writes "Hi Mike, I've
got a Torino, that you don't have in your gallery!
It's a Ford Torino 1973, 4 drs sedan pillard (bodytype
53B - goes for year 72 - 75 4 drs. sedan) It's
been running in Thule until 1995, so a rebuild engine was mounted that year
(daily distance : 7 miles ! in deep cold - no wonder the engine has to be
replaced!) My name is Michael Wiese (new
member in the TorinoRing) email: firstname.lastname@example.org.
Copenhagen, Denmark (just across Tivoli)
It's had times in Denmark for american cars from the 70 ths,
specily Fords. The most popular oldies are 55-57 Chevy - but they look all the
same! Same new parts all over - just a ? of money.
As you see my grill looks like hell, BUT I have a 'new' one,
but it's not ready yet. All mecanical
parts for the engine and the car are available in Denmark; but RUBBER :
weatherstripes, roofseal etc. are dead meat! as well as special body stuff. I
had to buy 2 prs to a Ranchero and cut them smaller.
By by for now
How cool!!! Thanks Michael and welcome to the
Torino Web Ring. Great to have you aboard!