REDUCED!! 1968 Ford Torino GT coupe. Lime Gold, or as I call it, "green". Originally purchased in San Francisco this Torino also spent years in the desert area of Washington State. It's bone dry, rust free body made it an ideal candidate for a restoration. It was imported to Canada in 2012, and she's ready to go home! This Torino was built on March 26, 1968 at the Atlanta plant (I have the Marti Report). The engine is the original 289 V8 with hi-po heads; numbers matching. The engine was rebuilt 4000 miles ago by noted Vancouver mechanic Joe Mizsak. The work was top notch, and engine runs awesome. This car has never had rust, and has no bodywork. Over the last four years, I've given this Torino: new vinyl roof, new paint, new headliner, new carpet, new dash pad, new brakes front & back, new tires, new windshield, new shocks (and various other suspension components), new radio and speakers (one of those new radios that looks like an old radio but has an aux cord for an iPod and fits in the original space of the original radio). The front buckets are not original, but are era-correct. Back seats are original and in perfect condition. Any deficiencies with this Torino are small and cosmetic (such as needing new front arm rests, console for which I still have the lid, as well as a few small nicks in the paint). This is one great car!
Crank the way-back machine to 1969 and the “aero wars” taking place in American stock car racing between Chrysler and Ford.
I received this car from someone in New Jersey sight unseen.
My daughter was getting married and wanted a classic car for a wedding car. I tried to rent one from the local car club people but it was no go.
In 1968, Ford Motor Company forged ahead with their intermediate sized muscle car selections.
Pick of the Day also has factory-optional two-tone paint and vinyl roof
The 275 P endurance racer won Le Mans two years in a row, not just once, according to factory documents uncovered by the auction company
It’s fascinating to see the poster car for many young automotive enthusiasts in such a state of neglect
Engaging visitors is one of the most rapidly changing areas in the museum field today
Annual Labor Day weekend festivities include Worldwide, RM auctions in Auburn, Indiana