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Old 07-15-2009, 10:05 PM
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Default Rendering Pro Touring Pinto

This is my lastest creation in photoshop. Traditional hand drawn sketch scanned into photoshop and painted. I had this idea since I now own a Pinto, and after a long search found no finished and only 1 project pro-touring style Pinto. This is dare to be different!

My vision.
Ford 2.3 engine
Turbo
Front mount intercooler
TKO 5speed
Ford 9" rear
4 wheel disc brakes ( 4 piston 13" rotor front, 4 piston 12" rotor rear
Tubular UCA & LCA's
Quick ratio rack
3 link rear suspension
Coilovers at all 4 corners
Rushforth Super Spoke wheels brushed hoops with powder coated centers- 18x9 rear 18x8 front.
Custom front valance cut-out for intercooler
Chin spoiler and canards
Headlights with turn signals built in
Bright green/gold paint!


Guys let me know what you think. I would like to start doing some renderings on the side for a reasonable fee. If anyone is interested please feel free to contact me.
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Old 07-15-2009, 11:21 PM
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Very cool....you do know those things blow up if they get hit from behind right?
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Old 07-16-2009, 12:28 AM
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Nice work.
The intercooler lines make it look like it is smiling!
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Old 07-16-2009, 05:49 AM
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Works for me!
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Default Green Maverick

Did you guys see the green Maverick at Columbus??? Pretty cool!
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Did you guys see the green Maverick at Columbus??? Pretty cool!
Yeah that's a nice car. Hopefully I'll get my 71 finished this year.
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Old 07-16-2009, 11:09 AM
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looks awesome! although i think you should run a 32 valve cobra motor, or something like that instead of the 2.3!
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Or apply the Focus SVT treatment to it!
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Very cool....you do know those things blow up if they get hit from behind right?
Imagine backing one at high speed into the bedside of a mid 80' Chevy pickup with the side mount tanks !
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looks awesome! although i think you should run a 32 valve cobra motor, or something like that instead of the 2.3!
Well I've got a 98 Cobra DOHC 4.6 going in the Maverick so to do it in the Pinto...well I would try something a little easier. The 2.3 is a direct bolt in plus they can put out well over 400hp! The car is a 4cyl now and wanted to keep it that way just more HP.
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