1971 Ford Torino GT (O'Fallon, MO) $29,900 obo reduced heavily, price is now firm You are looking at a beautifully redone 71 GT, the freshly sprayed yellow and black exterior is certainly eye catching and it flows seamlessly inside to a matching black and yellow vinyl interior that has just been completely redone. Powered by a 302cu v8 and an automatic transmission power or reliability will not be an issue. Reading 55k miles this vehicle runs like a top and it shows no sign of rust. Features include but are not limited to P/s, P/b, P/t, am/fm, heat, new tires, new interior, new suspension, new dash cover, new battery, new alternator and a new starter. This is an excellent driver and it has been meticulously maintained and garage kept since completion. Please give our friend Greg a call at 636-248-6781
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