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The Ford Torino was produced by the Ford motor company from 1968 to 1976. The Torino was created to eventually replace the very popular Fairlane name with an all new brand of Ford beauty, power and style. Although Ford still used the Fairlane name up through 1971, the Torino name was used on most body styles.
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1970 GT
1970 429 Super Cobra Jet. 4spd.  

1971 Formal
No description available.  

1969 GT Fastback
Bad Ass, its my first car and i worked many summers to put money in too that car and motor. The 351W has new heads, manifold, a 750cm edelbrock carb. dual exhaust, cam(hydalike) and had it painted baby blue, I have redone the suspension to make it race ready. and disc brakes. i love this car. so much. Very fast too fast for me anyways. In the rearend it got a 275 gears, so when im going about 70 i can step on it and be going about 130 fast for an old car like that.  
CID:351 Rearwheel HP:402@5700 Torque:485@5700  

1970 GT 351C 4-speed
No description available.  

1972 Torino
My Torino's 351W engine presently has an Edelbrock Performer 600 cfm 4bbl carb sitting on top of a Edelbrock Streetmaster manifold, a Comp Cams High Energy Cam, and forged Arias Speedmaster pistons. Hedman headers hook up to 2 1/4" dual exhausts. In the ignition department I added a MSD distributor, an MSD5 control module, and 9mm Ford racing wires. Handling is improved with 14x7 P245R60's, front and rear Addco sway bars, KYB gas shocks, and heavy duty Moog springs in the rear. If you would like to see detailed pictures of my car, please go to my website.  
Weight:3700 CID:351  

1970 GT
Car is a work progress  
CID:408 Flywheel HP:475@0000 Torque:450@0000  

1970 Cobra
429 C.J. 4-speed 3:50 locker rear Completey stock High-Back buckets and console, rear window louvers.  

1973 Grand Torino
It has a 460 with 12:1 pistons, Trickflow heads and a Comp Cam solid lift. The trans has fully manual reverse pattern valve body with a 3000 stall converter. The rear end is a spooled, 4:11, 31 spline nine inch.  
1/4 Mile:11.33 MPH:118.00 60ft:1.58 Weight:3900 CID:467  

1970 Torino Cobra Twister Special
One of the few documented "Twister Special" Cobras left - I still need to add the stripe kit. 429CJ, bench seat, 4spd. Has been sitting a while, needs some TLC when I get a chance.  

1971 500
One of the cleanest 36 year old cars I've ever seen. Runs and drives like new, has a/c, 51k miles, bench seat, automatic, 302 2V, and doesn't lack power. I'm pretty sure the rear is a 9in posi, both tires spin. It's all original except for the GT tail lights, which look way better than the regular ones, but I have the originals just in case I sell it. I was looking for an icredibly clean Torino to make into a GT with a 429. An original 429 Torino that is this clean would cost well into the $30-40K range. The cost to convert this car into one is a motor, hood, and some emblems=big resale.  

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