This 1970 Ford Torino is all-original and is powered by a 351ci
8-cylinder M-code engine paired with an automatic transmission. It
is a time capsule with lots of previous ownership history, one of
which was a NASA employee from the Apollo 17 mission, and still has
an Apollo 17 Team Member sticker on the front right windshield.
This car was built in January 1970 and includes a Marti Report
showing it was one of 1,717 with this paint code, one of 383 with
these paint/trim codes, one of 631 with this engine/transmission
code, one of 722 ordered from its DSO, and one of 109 with
Argent-styled steel wheels. Additional options included FMX
select-shift Cruise-O-Matic transmission, optional axle ratio,
power front disc brakes, AM radio and complete tinted glass. Also
included with the car is a copy of the original invoice from the
Florida dealership where the car was originally purchased and a
Ford Torino catalog from 1970.
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