This 1969 Ford Torino GT coupe is the perfect blend of premium and
performance. A sporty look, large A/C interior, and a 351 V8 under
the hood combine to deliver a vintage and powerful first
impression. And don't forget to check out the exceptional paperwork
that comes with this two-owner classic.
This is arguably one of the best designs of the '60s and it was
only available for a short time. It combines the desirable
SportsRoof fastback look with the premium Torino packaging. For
example, the factory-correct black has the right GT-style attitude,
and a professional respray in 2012 lets it retain plenty of gloss
in the sunshine. The C-stripe is certainly sporty. Since it's
rendered in a timelessly attractive gold, it also adds to the car's
sophistication, too. This has only had two owners for its over
half-century life, and you can see the difference in the car's
quality presentation and completeness - right down to the
form-fitting chrome bumpers. Plus, it retains the right pieces from
the GT package, like the unique grille with a red accent stripe,
deluxe GT wheel covers, and the aggressive hood scoop.
The factory-correct black interior makes for a desirable all-black
GT. The presentation is highly original, and shows quite well for
its age. The Torino's intermediate-size in the '60s means today
there's plenty of room for family and friends to spread out. And
when everyone comes along for the ride, you'll be able to keep them
comfortable with a retro-style AM/FM stereo that includes an aux
input. There's even cold-blowing factory air conditioning, too. And
this Torino is also a lot of fun when it's just you cruising solo.
Bucket seats and a center console have a very individual feel, and
the four round gauge pods makes this Torino feel like it was an
Italian sports car.
Under the hood is Ford's mighty 351 cubic-inch V8 with a
four-barrel carburetor on top. THIs is the correct packaging from
the factory, and it's believed to be original motor in this
two-owner car. Just like the rest of this coupe, the appearance is
highly original with the right investment added in. So that means a
tidy and stock look, but with newer fundaments, like the
distributor and wires. The V8 fires up easily, runs strong, and
gives a proper throaty sound out of the dual exhaust. On the more
practical side, the optional three-speed automatic transmission is
flexible enough that you can take this car everywhere from around
town, to long trips down the highway (the car was driven here from
about an hour away.) Plus, power steering, power brakes with front
discs, and the factory HD suspension option make this a fine
The sale comes with the outstanding paperwork, like the original
dealer invoice, owner's manual, warranty card, and service manuals.
There's even the original bill of sale that shows you all this
car's great features and confirms it was sold new only about an
hour from our showroom. This is a sleek and special coupe. So don't
miss this deal, call today!