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Old 05-08-2004, 04:46   #1 (permalink)
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Went to see Starsky & Hutch tonight and loved it. Started a little slow but got going well especially every time that Ford lit up those rear tyres, just wanted to go home and get out the GT for some fun. By the way does anyone know what model ford it was and motor it came out with? The music takes me back a bit but i guess im starting to show my age.
Good movie i recommend it for a laugh.

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Old 05-08-2004, 04:59   #2 (permalink)
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Grand Torino
They came out with 302 and 351 (351 in the upmarket versions).
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They used (and smashed ) a whole heap of replica S & H replica Grand Torinos that they released back in the day
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Thats a shame , less classics out on the road.
Yanks probably dont value them that much though.
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i think they had the 429 engine in them too..

love the bit at the end where he smoeks up his new torino! classic
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Yeah I loved the movie too.............

Just DO IT go on DO ITTTTT, Doooo ITTTT!! lol
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Re: Starsky & Hutch

The original limited edition "made for public" models consisted of the the 390 big block and fmx trans and a grand total of 11 yep, all of eleven of them were ever made from ford in the Starsky & Hutch color schemes!!
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heres a pic i found
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The original limited edition "made for public" models consisted of the the 390 big block and fmx trans and a grand total of 11 yep, all of eleven of them were ever made from ford in the Starsky & Hutch color schemes!!
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err, that year gran torino didnt come with a 390....
i believe the original is a 73 gran torino with a 460, they were also available with a 351, and a 302 windsor..
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http://starskytorino.com/

cool site check it out
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