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Sweet shoes. Go well with the sideburns and that classic Mercury fastback.
Very nice car !!
I had a 1971 Mercury Cyclone GT, the successor to this car, all through high-school and college. My mom drove it when new and I got it from her. We sold it just a few years ago (I had it in storage for a long time) as I decided I’d never restore it. I miss it when I see this video and often wonder where it ended up.
Rock On Alexander!
Beautyful video, Petrolicious! AS always!
Finally, the title has changed. Beautiful car and camera work, that’s why I love petrolicius.
The back end just reminds me of a 70´s Ford Taurus coupe (sort of…)
I read somewhere that Sweden had the greatest amount of american muscle cars outside US (I know we´re talking about Norway, but it´s all upthere 🙂
How the hell did they got there?
Nice car and story!
Always thought the Cyclone (and its Torino twin) were some of the best looking sixties US muscle cars. I see one quite regularly at local events (might be the only one in the UK) and can never quite get over how long the rear deck seems to be.
Cool video as always.
..but great film! 🙂
The man is norwegian, the plates on the car is norwegian. the signs along the roads are norwegian.
Nice to see it online, only thing is, im from Norway. And driving on Norwegian backroads 😉
Alexander, Beautiful Car! I sold a very similar car in 2007 here in the USA…. Same colors.. 351 w/ 3sp column shift.. Wonder if its same car?
For me, outstanding in every way!
Thanks for sharing your story Alexander – and thanks for sharing it via Petrolicious.