Light for under the hood


#41

there are plenty of pictures of 4-door Pinto wagons when Google’d


#42

I don’t see any production 4-doors. Here is a Ford Pinto prototype 3 door wagon. Look at the B-pillar on the passenger side, it is in the normal 2-door location.


#43

Yep, never made production. Here’s more discussion about that prototype:
http://www.fordpinto.com/general-pinto-talk/4-door-pinto-wagon/?PHPSESSID=9f5a38ac621217eea3bf4eed6184f60d


#44

…and Andrew was the lucky person who somehow got possession of that one-off 4 door Pinto wagon prototype!
Talk about luck…
:confused:


#45

Even if we were to count that tailgate as a door, the total number of doors is still only three.


#46

FORD - Found On Road Dead
FORD - Fix Or Repair Daily

FIAT - Fix It Again Tony


#47

I will look thru my photo album.

I think I have a picture of that Pinto.


#48


#49

So…2 door, right?


#50

Yup!
Complete with the Charmin Package option!


#51

It looks like you crashed through a toilet paper factory, what happened to the front bumper?


#52

My memory is iffy sometimes, but I think the bumper is damaged because a guy turned left without yielding to me who was coming from the other direction.

I took him to small claims court.

I won the case.

He must have figured he would lose because he had the money in his wallet to pay the judgement.


#53

It was my wedding.


#54

Are you the guy with the moustache?


#55

Yes, it’s me.


#56

Now that it is confirmed you did not have a four door Pinto wagon. I wonder what you saw occasionally that you thought was four door Pinto wagon.


#57

I have seen Pintos.

They were obviously 2 door ones.


#58

After the experience you mentioned in your earlier post, I almost assumed that you did that damage yourself after the thermostat stuck and overheated your engine… :grin:


#59

How would an overheated engine affect a bumper ?


#60

Kicking it when pxxxed off at getting stranded 15 miles from home :slight_smile: