Powered by a 429ci Super Cobra Jet V8 engine mated to a close-ratio
4-speed manual transmission with 4.30. This Torino is one of 241
SCJ GTs built in 1970. Fully restored to factory condition with all
original body panels using original or NOS parts. Finished in the
factory Calypso Coral paint, this Torino was ordered from the
factory with the following options: 429 SCJ Drag Pack, Visibility
Light Group, center console, power front disc brakes and power
steering, AM radio with dual rear speakers, hideaway headlamps,
tinted glass, deluxe seat belts with warning lamp, ribbon
tachometer body side stripe and Magnum 500 wheels wrapped in F60x15
belted tires with raised-white-letter tires. This car is
concours-correct in every way with the most rare and difficult
parts to find, including the power steering pully, Torino Drag Pack
4.30 gears, speedometer drive gear reducer and starter heat shield
for the 429's exhaust manifold. Featured in MotorTrend magazine as
a fully optioned 1970 Torino with 90 photos of this car. Goodguys
Pacific Northwest Nationals Muscle Car of the year finalist.
Featured in the April 2017 issue of Muscle Car Review magazine.
This car has two Build Sheets with a Deluxe Marti Report showing
this car is the only 1970 SCJ Torino GT 4:30 Drag Pack that came
from the factory in Calypso Coral paint. Has over $200,000 in
receipts. ** PREVIEW
1970 Ford Torino
Exterior Color:CALYPSO CORAL
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