This 1970 Ford Torino GT is a rare drop-top that is presented with
a sleek look, an upper-classic interior, V8 power, and the true
sporty style of a GT. And as you look through the details, you also
see that this one is quite a cool and easy cruiser.
The 1970 Ford Torino was mean-looking, especially in GT form. The
hidden headlights, wide front splitter, matte black hood, Mag 500
wheels, and shaker hood scoop are pure power car style. But this
one also has a nice look of sophistication. The red paint has a
nice gloss, and that goes well with the bright chrome bumpers that
hug the form. The doors fit well with the smooth action of good
care, and so the sporty crease that flows down the side looks
almost unbroken. And you'll even appreciate the little details,
like the 351 rocker callouts and GT fender trim.
Inside this is premium and roomy. The parchment interior is nice
with the seats and door panels looking quite bright. Plus, black
carpeting means you never have to think about dusty shoes before
hopping in and going for a ride. So that makes this convertible
easy to share with family and friends. In fact, while it's
intermediate-sized by 1970s standards, today this Torino GT will
seat five people with ease. But even when it's just you going for a
solo drive, this Torino is easy to enjoy. The front bucket seats
and a center console in-between make for a comfortable driver. The
wide instrument panel puts all the controls right in front of you,
including the upgraded AM/FM/CD stereo. This has some desirable
features that will need some investment to fully function again. It
includes the power windows and power convertible top. This was also
a factory A/C car but it would need most major components to blow
cold again. But a clean and complete car like this is worth any
added investment because it's rare, premium and desirable.
Convertibles were both expensive to buy and falling out of favor in
1970. That was bad news back then, but today that means you have
true rarity with drop-tops representing less than two percent of
that year's Torino production.
Under the hood is a terrific-looking motor. The 351 cubic-inch
Cleveland V8 has tidy blue paint that looks great radiating the
dark inner walls. And the shaker air grabber is pure classic cool.
It makes for a good cruiser today, and we bet you're thinking about
the big and affordable catalog of aftermarket components that
unleash plenty of added power from just a weekend's tune-up. Having
a strong-running package already in place means you already have a
solid V8 tune out of the dual exhaust and a solid feeling out on
the road. Plus, this has the right easy driver features, like the
three-speed automatic transmission, power steering, power brakes,
front discs, and wide BF Goodrich T/As.
This Torino has the kind of rarity and style that's irresistible.
There are details you'll likely take care of when it's time to call
this one your own. It will range from sorting the convertible top
to unlocking extra power from Ford's hardy 351 V8. But from day
one, you'll appreciate how this is sleek, fun, distinct, and quite
memorable. So if you're looking to be the unique one even at a Ford
show, this Torino drop-top delivers. Call today!!!