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Jerad L.'s 1973 Gran Torino
"Starsky & Hutch®" Replica
Starsky & Hutch Torino
The story about Jerad and this car is so unique, I have to let him tell it:

"Although I was just a kid when the series came out, the car particularly drew me to it.
It made me want to be those guys so bad! Then in mid 1977, my father, Buddy,
got a job at the studios in Transportation with local 399.
He worked on various Spelling & Goldberg productions like 'Charlie’s Angels,'
'Fantasy Island,' 'Family,' and 'Starsky & Hutch.'
Late one night, he woke me up just to show me the giant revolver
David Soul used while filming. Apparently, at the end of the day, it was
customary just to shove it under the seat of the car until the next day."

"After finding this web site, I slowly wondered about owning my own replica,
and in early September ’03 I found my Torino. Although it's a ’73, I was sold on the car
because it had only 33,000 miles, a 100% original 351 engine, and working AC.
The car was completely stripped down, had the stripe added, and
was painted Viper Red throughout. The interior was reupholstered and blacked out,
with a Sony Xplode sound system, dual Flowmaster exhaust,
and “Zebra 3” stitched into the headrests - you gotta like that!


Even though he’s not yet old enough to drive, the look in my son’s eyes
when he looks at this car makes me want to hide my keys at night.
Another generation 'Starsky & Hutch' Torino fan is born."

 

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*The presence of strobe lights, wig-wags, sirens, and/or red revolving lights
in any car that is not an official Police car is illegal in many states.
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