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Galpin Motors - AVE Mizar - The Flying Pinto
Many Thanks to Galpin Motors of North Hills, California and Bert Boeckmann for making this special presentation possible. Mizar - The Flying Pinto





Classic Ford magazine's 2.1 Ford Pinto engine build on HT Racing's dyno
Here's Classic Ford magazine's Project 2.1 Pinto being set-up and run-in on the HT Racing Dyno by HT's Aaron Tucker and Vulcan Engineering's Steve Curson. The engine went on to make a corrected 161.7 bhp. For the full build-up, see the August, September and Summer 2009 issues of Classic Ford. Website: http://www.classicfordmag.co.uk/ Twitter: https://twitter.com/classicfordmag Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/classicfordmag Buy the mag: http://www.myfavouritemagazines.co.uk/cars-motors/classic-ford-magazine-sub scription/





Ford Pinto V8 450hp SOLD :(
A quick vid about my car I built. Sold it in order to fund my 1956 F100 project.





The original 1971 Ford Pinto, 1st year
September 1970, Ford introduced the 1971 Ford Pinto. This is one of the surviving original Pintos from that year. Video by DougCameraMan. May 10, 2013. Cruisin' Grand.





1973 Ford Pinto For Sale North Carolina Updated 11/20/2013. Price: $3700 . 27834
1973 Ford Pinto, 2.0 sohc 4cyl c4 automatic 3.42 gear 37500 original miles. Price: 3700. Cylinder head upgraded to Ported Polished Bowl Blended Hardened Valve seats. New Solid Lifters, New Followers, New Custom Crane Camshaft. Crane Cam number is for-272-2-10, specs are 2500 to 6000 rpm power band, 3000 cruise rpm, valve lift is 436 / 460 and the duration is 272/282. New Exhaust, leaves the header at approx 2.5 inches, and tapers to 2 and 1/8th inch at the rear bumper, still much larger than stock pinto 4cyl Exhaust. 14inch centerline wide rims with large NEW 14 inch tires, 9 inches wide, 26.5 inches tall. C4 Automatic transmission new stock torque convertor and new seals. Car needs a paint job, and considerable punch and fill around edges, mainly near the front and back of the rear wheels and the roof, where the original vinyl top was removed, leaving glue/remnants and some pitting. Roof needs grinding smoothing sealing and repainting (with bumpy paint?, to simulate the vinyl top look?) - nearly impossible to see in video or photos. YES, those areas are sealed up with Black Rustoleum, ANY TIME I see any rust trying to break thru and or spread. Listen to the audio, the solid lifter camshaft gives the engine a nice lope at idle, can hear it better when it's IN GEAR, at idle. Dark Forest green, I might choose. Car comes with a fibreglass trunklid spoiler (not installed) as well as some FREE original extra parts such as gauges/doorhandles/windowcranks and 2 cyl heads, 1 2.0 for rebuild, 1 2.3 already rebuilt, if desired. $3700 my loss, you hit the lottery at this price. Overall cost to me? 11000plus. 450 holley, offenhauser intake, header, custom Exhaust. Cyl head work, parts, labor and fabrication cost me 6000 in parts/labor. Add new radiator, brakes, alternator, starter, AC (400 parts/labor TWICE to get it RIGHT), 14 in wheels/NEW tires, and it's easy to add to over 11000 using simple math. Those costs, you wont have to repeat. Rather you can just do the bodywork and paint. This car has been painted ONCE in 40 years, SIX YEARS AGO, and that was a cheap maaco respray in black, did not include color conversion (doorjams etc still show mostly orig white/green). Considering the age, its held in pretty good, overall condition. The interior is all inact, with no rips or tears in the upholstery or headliner, 1 crack on the dash, that is covered with a green matching felt cover. Orig Shag carpet is not worn. Floors are solid. It's not rusty underneath, like many 40-year old pintos that you will find. Find 1 with only 37500 original miles, and these mechanical upgrades/updates. Cylinder Head work: 1500 in JUST labor at the Coleman Brothers machine shop in Baltimore, Md, for porting, polishing, bowl blending and very slight shaving to ensure flatness (may be minimal increase in c/r from that, I'm guessing .2 for 8.8 to 1, based on less than 20 thousands shaved for flatness) - factory c/r, I JUST READ, was 8.6 to 1 and 100 bhp. If U can do the bodywork/paint yourself, or hire it done for cheap, you'll have a pretty nice driver quality 4banger, not a show car, but a decent street machine, cruise-ins car, for under 6000 bucks, plus or minus some hundreds. Can you find a dirt dobber nest under the hood or underbody? I'm sure you can. This car has been driven approx 200 miles in the past 2 years. Stored under a roof, but open air, sometimes also under a car cover. This car had to be PURCHASED with 30,000 orig miles on it, 6 years ago, driven 7300 miles locally, before the mechanical restoration/upgrades began. Thanks for watching listening and reading. Asking 3700 Firm with extras included.





Ford Pinto Introduced
The Ford Pinto is a subcompact car produced by the Ford Motor Company for the model years 1971--1980. Initially offered as a two-door sedan, Ford offered hatchback and wagon models the following year. With over 3 million sold over a 10 year production run, the Pinto competed in the U.S. market against the AMC Gremlin and Chevrolet Vega — outproducing both by total production as well as by highest model year production. The Pinto also competed against imported cars from Volkswagen, Datsun, and Toyota. A rebadged variant, the Mercury Bobcat, debuted in 1974 in Canada and in March 1975 in the US. A total of 224,026 Bobcats were produced from 1975 to 1980. The Pinto/Bobcat and the smaller, imported Ford Fiesta were ultimately replaced by the front-wheel-drive Ford Escort and Mercury Lynx. The Pinto's legacy was affected by media controversy and legal cases surrounding the safety of its gas tank design, a recall of the car in 1978, and a later study examining actual incident data that concluded the Pinto was as safe as, or safer than, other cars in its class. The Pinto nameplate derives from the name for the distinctive white and solid pattern of coloration common in horses. Source: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Ford_Pinto S130





1971 Chevrolet Impala Vs. 1972 Ford Pinto Full-Rear Impact (Legendary Crash Test!)
And extended video of the legendary crash test where the Ford Pinto bursts into flames. It took more than 45 seconds to completely douse the flames. 35 Mp/h Impact. Pinto Driver HIC - 914





71 Pinto mostly stock 2.3 Turbo vs Big Bad Racecar
http://www.ford-wiki.com/wiki/Ford_Pinto





Ford Pinto vs Chevy Impala | Rear-End Crash Test | CrashNet1
This is the complete test recording of the famous Ford Pinto crash test. The Pinto's ruptured gas tank exploding into a ball of fire during the impact. 1971 Chevrolet Impala 1972 Ford Pinto Later study examining actual incident data that concluded the Pinto was as safe as, or safer than, other cars in its class. -- Thumbs up for the crash test dummies! New crash tests every week. Favorite this video and subscribe to CrashNet1! Subscribe: https://www.youtube.com/user/ikea55 fb: http://www.facebook.com/CrashNet1 g+: http://google.com/+Crashnet1 twitter http://twitter.com/CrashNet1 On the web: http://www.CrashNet1.com





ford pinto
A 1973 Prostreet pinto a short film about it





351 Cleveland V8 Powered Ford Pinto part II- up and running!





585 hp 2.3l ford on pump gas Street-N-Strip
Street-N-Strip of otsego michigan, 2.3l ford custom 441 lift slider cam, meth injection, 28 p.s.i. 269-692-3100 Streetandstrip.net





The New Face of Sidewinder
The new and improved Sidewinder pinto. Yes folks Sidewinder is know Blown!





High Pinto Wagon
Ford pinto car with big wheels.





Ford pinto on the Dyno
Mr boland Ford Pinto engine on the Dyno 194 HP Built by Vulcan Engineering www.vulcanengines.com




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1972 Ford Pinto : 9.630 @ 137.890
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1977 Ford Pinto : 10.312 @ 136.230
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1972 Ford Pinto : 10.884 @ 120.640
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1971 Ford Pinto sand bagger: 10.990 @ 103.200
David McLellan, Engine: 460 Ford, 0 0 Tires: 14x32


1971 Ford Pinto : 12.244 @ 108.610
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1978 Ford Pinto Electric: 12.470 @ 104.470
Mike Willmon/Hank Buettner, Engine: Two 9 inch electric motors, Supercharger: none Turbos: nope Tires: Hoosier 275/60R15 Drag Radials


1978 Ford Pinto pony: 16.591 @ 83.940
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