Gateway Classic Cars Milwaukee is excited to present this 1970 Ford
Torino GT convertible. The Torino model was built from 1968-1976 as
Fords intermediate model. Starting life as the upscale sister to
the Fairlane. By 1970 the Torino was considered a stand-alone
model. This second-generation Torino was manufactured from 1970-71.
All new "Coke bottle" styling with a longer hood, shorter decklid
and a wider/ lower stance are standout body style features. The GT
model came with a non-functional hood scoop, dual sport mirrors, GT
Emblems, honeycomb rear taillights, and reflective stripes running
down the sides of the car.This 1970 Ford Torino GT convertible is
painted in painted in Wimbledon White with a black vinyl
convertible top and GT striping running down the sides of the car.
A set of B.F. Goodrich raised white letter tires are mounted on
factory chrome five spoke wheels. The interior has high black
bucket seats with diamond stitched center panels and a custom
center console with built in oil/ water gauges and two cup holders.
A custom wood steering wheel, Blaupunkt AM/FM/cd radio and power
convertible top are nice added features. Under the hood is a 351
Cleveland V-8 attached to a three-speed automatic transmission. For
your driving pleasure, this 1970 Ford Torino GT comes with an
aluminum radiator, power steering and Wilwood manual front disk
1970 Ford Torino
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