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Talk:Gran Torino

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Gran Torino 1972 Fastback

Some shots of the car from the film:


Nice vehicle, no? - Gunmaster45

I still think the Cobra model is the best Torino.-Oliveira 00:21, 28 June 2009 (UTC)
They said something about it having a Cobra engine... - Gunmaster45
That is one nice car, I would love to have it.--Alienqueen11 00:53, 29 June 2009 (UTC)
Beautiful, just beautiful. I wish American cars were this classy nowadays. -Gunman69 04:30, 19 September 2009 (UTC)
It's too bad that all the cars today are either hippie made POS or Damn riceburners made in Asia. That is why I'm about to buy me a retired 1977 Plymouth Fury police car. Been saving up for years just to buy one in good condition. - Kilgore 23:07, 14 August 2010 (UTC)
- '77, so it'll have the rectangular quad headlamps, right? Nice choice, I love me some Mopar B-bodies. Though this is a stunning piece as well. And it's true, they don't make 'em like they used to. Damn my old man had it awesome in his youth, these kind of cars were everywhere, and he went through several Mopars himself. Bah, I'm so jealous. StanTheMan 13:46, 15 August 2010 (UTC)
In 1980 I saw a Plymouth Fury Station Wagon 1969. Can you imagine the shock that was in 11 year old boy in communist Moscow?! At that time we had to wait 5 years to buy a crappy Lada, which was considered a luxury car (there were other cars that were even worse Lada). Then I saw a Lincoln Continental and many other machines, but I still remember the image of Plymouth. I still adore the old American cars. (Sorry for my awful English) Flexo 10:41, 25 February 2011 (UTC)


I remember the guy in the hooded sweatshirt using either a Beretta or Taurus-type 9mm. I don't remember when it's seen clearly enough to ID, though. -MT2008
I looked back and never saw a clearer shot than the shot I have here. Is it somewhere else in the film? - Gunmaster45
There isn't a cleaner shot, but I watched this movie again tonight and just going by tiny hints, I'm pretty sure the guy in the hooded sweatshirt has a Beretta 92FS Inox. The guy next to him firing his pistol sideways looks like he has another Glock of some type, probably one of the G17s used by the actors playing the cops in the film. -MT2008

Condition of the 1911A1

Not only did Clint's character take care of his stuff. but he might of had his 1911 refinished sometime in the past. Why not? It's believable.--Jcordell 23:49, 12 October 2009 (UTC)

That He Kept?

Why do both the Garand and 1911 entries say "that he kept from the Korean War"?

Do we know this for some specific reason? Is it in the film and I missed it or something. Because, normally you cannot just keep your guns. The government wants them back. So, that seems odd.

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