Nope, it is not a modern minivan! But this is a cool car. More pictures are on page 2. Here is the car's
The 1970 Torino station wagon is the uncommon Squire model. It has a rebuilt 351C done
for reliability and slightly higher than stock performance by a prominent local engine shop (Wilkys, Mesa, AZ). It has
been balanced, has new pistons, bored .030, Edelbrock manifold with 4 bbl on 2bbl heads, and the following were also new:
pistons, valves, guides, springs, and a mild cam.
It has a custom interior featuring 1970 Mustang bucket seats, a custom built console
with matching upholstry featuring new Auto Meter Phantom gauges for volt, amp, and oil pressure.
The wagon has the uncommon hideaway headlights and dual action tail gate w/ power window.
It has BFG radial T/As on 15" American Racing 200 "Daisy" wheels, poly-graghite bushings and swaybar handling equipment
from PST. It also has A/C, P/S and an A/T with AOD, a 3:00 posi 9" rear end. It is a solid AZ car, but
the tail gate has some minor rust.
I have extra: factory 1970/71 A/C dash and components, GT tail light assembly, 14in wheels, trim rings, dog dishes, factory
side-winder tach, refurbished factory AM/FM radio, late 70's T-Bird factory Polycast wheels, and extra stuff i.e nuts, bolts,
manifolds, trans, engines, vents, front grills and hideaway head light pieces, and 70 Torino Squire wagon side mouldings.