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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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1968 68 Torino GT-All Original
I am second owner. Car has been garaged it whole life. 52k miles-never been messed with-original. 302 2v/auto on column/bench seat/AM radio/Air Cond/Power Disc Brakes  

1971 Torino GT
No description available.  

1970 Torino GT Convertable
Lots of cosmetic work needed, but this beauty is why I am the car nut I am. This is one of very few remaining factory 429 powered convertibles.  

1972 Gran Sport
.03 over 351C using Lunati bracketmaster cam, isky springs, retainers & locks, SpeedPro 10.7 forged pistons, Mallory dp dist, fp regulator, Torker w/ holley 4010 750, NOS Cheater series runnin 125 shot, 4V open chambers gasket matched intake and epoxied and raised exhaust, 1 3/4 blackjack header to 3" Faublemaster custom mufflers. C-6 w/ Coan 10" 3500 conv and TCI manual reverse vb. 9" narrowed, gusseted, ladder w/ coil over, 35 spline Mosers w Strange full spool bolted to Zoom 5.13. Magnum500's from Wheel Vintiques rears widen to 10". M/T Sportsman Pro 29x15.5  
1/4 Mile:11.78 MPH:118 60ft:1.78 CID:357  

1971 GT Convertible
This car was purchased new by my father in the fall of 1970 from Bishop-Hansel Ford in Santa Rosa, California. The delivered price was $5001.75. I acquired it in June of 2006 and I am in the process of restoring it.  

1972 Gran Torino Sport
Restoration process took time. I promised to take care of Mr. Guts to. Hopefully Kevin (CA Paso Robles) and former fans are happy my project "end result".  

1971 GT
351C 30 over, mild ported 2's, MSD 6A and Pro Billet Dist, Comp XE cam, March pulley set, Edelbrock Performer w/ Holley 600, Hedmen headers w/ Jet Hot, custom X-pipe through Flowmasters  

1972 Gran Torino Sport
Just the other side  

1970 GT J code
Purchased in 1985 for $2700 bucks, I am the 2nd owner and restored it with all nos parts on a 70k original car. Has buckets, console, rimblow, tach, tinted glass, oil cooler, sport slats, magnums(original, no repops) lasers, also oem Ford. This car was featured in a few magazines as well as a Fords 100th anniversary car in Dearborn in 2003. I drag raced this car up until about 4 years ago, runs low 12"s, looks stock, little help in the heads by Fedderly, of John Force fame. Currently doing a 71 m code air rag from Texas. It will also get all nos hideaways plus all the other options.  
1/4 Mile:12.40 MPH:112.00 60ft:1.69 Weight:3900 CID:429 Flywheel HP:550@6200  

1968 GT Sportroof
68.5 Original Torino GT Cobra Jet. VIN marked driveline. 3:91 factory Tac-Lok. Very rare, fast American Muscle.  
CID:428 Flywheel HP:335@5400 Torque:440@3500  

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