Which american car?

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Re: Which american car?

Postby the armourer » Thu Nov 18, 2010 1:44 pm

Big Bopper Bart wrote:70-72 AMC Hornet would make a good American MFP cop car

I thought the same thing, Bart. But those things are super scarce nowadays. Twenty-some years ago they were everywhere.
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Re: Which american car?

Postby Shrug » Thu Nov 18, 2010 2:10 pm

I have seen a 74 Maverick (complete with roof spoiler) done up all MFP style. It is close enough that it looks really good. Right now I have a 78 Caprice Classic sitting in my back yard (under a camo car cover so it is hard to notice) that I am modifying in to a post-nuke looking car. Some random appliance parts, hose for the back of a dryer, some random pipes and window screens, etc. Some spray can black primer, and there you go!
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Re: Which american car?

Postby Zarana-X » Sat Nov 20, 2010 6:45 am

Back to the original question.
1973 Mercury Montego fastback
I dont know the different style specifications, but there was a sedan, wagon, coupe and a fastback styled coupe

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Re: Which american car?

Postby zykotec » Sat Nov 20, 2010 4:19 pm

I think almost any mid-size american sedan built between 68 and 77 could be used as an MFP interceptor, and quite a few coupes would work as a Landau (Montegos are definately one of the better) considering all the modifications would hide most of the original front and rear end anyway.
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