I recall seeing a factory replica in a dealer showroom in college. Black interior, without the sport mirrors.recalls Every town had a couple on the streets. A friend also recalls them and recalls the white stripe had masking edges thick enough to cut yourself on.
Long ago, working as a damage estimator I inspected an actual, used in the TV series, Starsky and Hutch Torino that had been sold to a private party. At that point the car was still registered to Ford as I recall. The car had many, many hack repair jobs, including to the frame. The owner told me that the cars would get damaged during filming and cobbled together at night. A few years later there was an article in our company newsletter saying that the Dukes Of Hazzard did the same thing. If the Dukes were filming on location they would actually rent a local body shop for the week and have their own crew do the repairs.
There were two; one had a 4:11 rear, iirc, for burnouts & stunts, the other was principal picture car. Bench seats, bone stock. Ford provided all the cars to the series, as well as some production vehicles like Econoline passenger vans. Changed out yearly. Nobody remembers the other principal car- the beat up beige LTD.