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1980 Ford Pinto Country Squire Station Wagon on 2040-parts.com

US $695.00
Location:

Watauga, Tennessee, US

Watauga, Tennessee, US
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1980 Ford Pinto wagon , Good seats , Headliner needs work , all glass is good , has some rust on body see first photo , Engine  was pulled radiator is missing , Automatic transmission is still in the car ,air condition compressor tied to firewall ,power steering pump tied also ,has small dent in front hood . Bill of sale only .  We can store car for free until pick-up can be arranged . We ask the car  be paid for 7 days after close of auction .Phone 423-292-0808 we also have lots of older parts for sell ! You are welcome to come by our Johnson City ,Tn. location and look at item ,please call and make apponiment 423-292-0808

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