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1971 Ford Torino Brougham | Original Light Green Paint | Runs & Drives | No Rust on 2040-cars

US $3,800.00
Year:1971 Mileage:70525
Location:

Ferndale, Michigan, United States

Ferndale, Michigan, United States

1971 Ford Torino Brougham, runs and drives. Originally from North Carolina, body is clean and rust free. Car can be viewed and test driven in the Detroit, MI area by appointment. For additional questions, you may call me at 248-633-6086.


Notable Defects:
-interior fabric has a few small tears
-dash has 2 small cracks
-original paint has some stone chips and rubbing in some areas
-side panels have a couple of small dings
-original radio is present but not working.
-turn signals and brake lights working intermittently

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