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1977 Ford LTD II

1977 Ford LTD II in Lone Wolf McQuade, Movie, 1983 IMDB

Class: Cars, Sedan — Model origin: US

1977 Ford LTD II

[*][*][*] Vehicle used by a character or in a car chase

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Wampa-One US

2008-02-08 23:58

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ford_guy US

2008-02-09 00:00

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1977-1978

mister car from 971

2008-02-10 22:52

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It reminds me of the 1977 and 78 Dodge Monacos. This Ford LTD II was a big rival of the Dodges Monaco and Royal Monaco,Plymouths Fury and Gran Fury or the Chevys Impala and Caprice. Anyway, I love all those full-sized 4dr sedans from the 1970's!

-- Last edit: 2008-02-10 23:26:37

police car fan NL

2013-04-01 14:57

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Was the 1977 Ford LTD II bigger in size then the 1977 Dodge Royal Monaco? :think:

montrosepatriot US

2014-02-20 00:03

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a majority of TX law enforcement agencies used the 77-79 LTD II right after Chrysler phased out its C platform - only if the 77/78 B platform (Monaco, Fury) were used - they had the final big blocks...

Donovan Savage

2015-02-22 04:26

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with the "S" option

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Donovan Savage

2015-05-26 19:49

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police car fan wrote Was the 1977 Ford LTD II bigger in size then the 1977 Dodge Royal Monaco? :think:

No, the Royal Monaco was longer than it by a foot

supcoach US

2015-06-04 03:20

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Mr Savage is incorrect..Overall length of the LTD II was 219.5 inches..Royal Monaco was 225.7 inches...so about 6 inches longer...

CRAFT372 US

2017-09-11 16:34

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Buc84 US

2017-09-14 02:47

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montrosepatriot wrote a majority of TX law enforcement agencies used the 77-79 LTD II right after Chrysler phased out its C platform - only if the 77/78 B platform (Monaco, Fury) were used - they had the final big blocks...
Texas DPS had those....440's in 1977-78 Furies!!! Ran quite well?

-- Last edit: 2017-09-14 02:47:56

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