You can be forgiven for doing a double-take on this 1971 Ford Torino GT convertible because they're so rare (only 1613 were built) that very few people even know they exist. Fortunately, this one does exist and looks good with its strong-running 302 cubic inch V8 under the hood, it's got enough power to match . Deluxe Marti Report shows : !- 1971 H- Built at Loraine 37- Torino GT Convertible F- 302-2V Engine 11/70- built-November 1970 76F- Torino GT 2-door Convertible B- Maroon Metallic Paint, Ford #3562-A YA- Black Vilon Knit/Vinyl Bucket Seats 3- 2.79 Conventional rear axel W - C-4 Cruise-O-Matic Transmission This vehicles options included :White Power top with Glass Backlite, Power Steering, Power Front disc brakes, AM/FM Radio, Console Marti Report states this is 1 of 14 built with these options ! In 1971 the Torino monaker became the name for all mid-size Fords. More information to follow. Give us a call with your questions. Am/Fm Radio W/Cd Player, Automatic Transmission, Bluetooth, Bucket Seats, Chrome Wheels, Cloth Seats, Luxury Package, Power Steering, Satellite Radio, Spare Tire, Sports Package, Summer Tires, Tinted Glass
Crank the way-back machine to 1969 and the “aero wars” taking place in American stock car racing between Chrysler and Ford.
I received this car from someone in New Jersey sight unseen.
My daughter was getting married and wanted a classic car for a wedding car. I tried to rent one from the local car club people but it was no go.
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This car moves pretty fast. If you don’t stop and look around once in a while, you could miss it