1975 Ford Pinto Dealer Ads
What to look for in a basic little car like the new 75 Pinto.
Cost of ownership. To get your money’s worth, compare price,
operating economy and trade-in value Price. Compare what you get
for what you pay. Look at what comes standard. For 1975, you get
standard features Pinto never offered before. See pages 3 and 5.
Operating economy. Ask how far you can go on a tank of gas. Also,
how often your new car will need scheduled maintenance in the
course of 50,000 miles. Solid state ignition means you don't have to
replace points or condenser. This and other features can add up to
significant savings. Trade-in value. The durable Pinto’s popularity
last year with economy-minded owners is an indication that it will
retain much of its original value when you're ready to trade again.
Publication date: 1975
Printed in Canada