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Muscle Wagon: 1971 Ford Torino Squire

1971 Torino Squire Wagon

We have featured some cool wagons over the years, but this Torino Squire sits near the top of the heap! It has already been completely restored, but while they were at it, they dropped a 429 Cobra Jet under the hood. Well, not before boring it out to 468 cubic inches and sticking a Super Cobra Jet intake and carb on top! A C6 column shift tranny handles the gears and power is fed to the back through a 9″ inch Trac Loc rear end. To finish things off a Ram Air Shaker hood scoop was grafted in. This may not be a barn find and it may not even be original, but there’s no doubt that it’s one of the coolest family cruisers around! Find it here on eBay where bidding ends tomorrow.


  1. Kincer Dave Member

    Super super cool wagon! Love it! Would be a great summer car cruise and show car, would be a big attention getter for sure!

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  2. Rob

    This is definitely someone’s labor of love. I would gladly take it as a replacement for my Expedition.

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  3. Lee j

    Wow! Just wow. And this was from around the time us Brits were building some of the worst cars in the world. No wonder we don’t have a car culture like you guys over the pond.

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  4. Leroy

    This car ruins me for all others. I’m selling the house for $40,000!

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  5. scooter8

    no tilt wheel! lol. BADNESS! pretty wagon,looks great.

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  6. Cassidy

    They did a nice job on restoring/moddy it, best looking Ford wagon from the ’60’s!

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  7. Zenaldo

    It’s a Thunderwagon…

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  8. sir mike

    beautiful build..

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  9. St. Ramone de V8

    Nicely done, great looker. Hideaway headlights would complete the look for me. This thing will get you to soccer practice on time!

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  10. Coventry Cat

    Wow. That is one sweet looking ride. Agree w/ St. Ramone about the hideaways, but not a deal breaker.

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  11. C brand

    Very nice ride I want it but my pockets seem to have holes in them! lol

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  12. Mike

    Nice car with a flawless body and interior but no shots underneath or under the hood, because he claims there is no more room for pics. As pointed out by a person making an inquiry on eBay, he could drop a few gratuitous body detail pics to add under hood and chassis pics.
    Seems apparent he doesn’t want to, which makes one wonder why.
    BTW I’ve seen a lot more pics than this on other eBay posts.

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    • MeToo

      Yep, that makes me suspect something is amiss. Be funny if someone bought it sight unseen, arranged to have it shipped to them, only to pop the hood to find a filthy, oil dripping, high mileage 6 banger in it, with a cosmetic hood scoop slapped on it. LOL

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  13. redwagon

    So cool. Sunday is father’s day after all. Treat yourself!

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  14. krash

    ….where are the under-the hood money shots….

    ….what, no floor shifter…

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  15. ROAR Member

    This beast has about ALL the Cobra bits like the factory tach, seats, shaker, grille centre snake (seemingly rare) plow, correct wheels etc, True, no counsel or hood clamps which would be out of place on that car. From the bidding, people like it!

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  16. Barry T

    Why no pictures of the engine?

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  17. leiniedude leiniedude Member

    Ripon good!

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  18. Jack

    Nice machine but no underbody or underhood pictures ! Having 24 pictures and bids almost at $24000. Who says a picture is worth a thousand words or a thousand dollars a picture lol

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    • MeToo

      I noticed that bidder n***n made 8 bids in about 2 minutes. What’s with that? A buddy helping to drive the price up? Sorry, but that is not a 24k ride.

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  19. Jeff

    I’m going to post some pics of the engine, you be the Judge!

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  20. DENIS

    And again the picking starts…I’m a GM guy but this wagon kicks ass…luvet!

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  21. racer99

    Very cool — motor looks as clean as the rest of it. My wallet can’t afford it but you have to like the quality of the build.

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  22. Mike Williams

    Super sweet, but doesn’t look like the bidders appreciate it enough to meet the reserve. I cost a lot of $ to build a car like this. “1971 Torino Squire Wagon. This wagon has undergone a total nut and bolt rotisserie restoration/ recreatation, of a 6 unit production run from Ford. ( please see Hemming Muscle Machines Sept.2010) Equipped with a vintage correct 429 cj 4 bolt with scj intake and carb. Bored and stroked to a 468cid. Ram Air Shaker, Column shift C- 6 with shift kit. Rebuilt 9 inch with Trac loc and 3.50 “

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  23. Prowler

    This one sweet long roof….couple of things …I agree with the other guys a hide away headlight front end would hit it out of the park
    I would have cut the hood and done the shaker right…I think it would have added a lot to the build and add the roof rack ….being a woody it would be the cherry on top
    Anybody notice anything hanging under the am. Radio… that an old fm. Converter?

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  24. Rob


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  25. PRA4SNW

    Even has an FM Converter. Remember those?

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