For sale in our Nashville showroom is a 1968 1/2 Ford Torino GT. This Torino for sale is not your average grocery getter from the �60's. Stuffed between the shock towers of this Torino GT is a master piece of Ford technology the 428 Cobra jet engine with factory ram air. This R code beauty was built to get the ice cream home before it melted. In 1968 the 428 had an advertized rating of 335 horsepower with 445 Feet pounds of torque running 10.6:1 compression pistons. Now I believe Ford might have fudged the numbers to the low side to placate the insurance companies. Now according to the Marti report this is a very rare car Torino GT 2 door fastback with the 428-4V CJ covered in candy apple red with black interior originally had the 4.30:1 axle ratio with traction loc. This has been changed to a more gas friendly 3.25:1 final drive ratio. Other than that the only other changes are the Edelbrock Torker intake and 780 street avenger carburetor. The transmission is the venerable c-6 select shift cruise -o-matic .Other option listed on the Marti repot are center console, power brakes and steering and AM radio. This car has been restored to within 98% and is a winner of multiple shows with only about 2100 miles since rebuild and shows like new. So here is your chance to own something that you will not find an entire row of that the local car show. This car needs a row to itself, because let's face it, how many 1968 � R code Ford Torino's were made? Options for this R code1968 1/2 Grand Torino 428 cobra jet include, Horsepower and torque, AM radio, hub caps, power brakes and steering, seat belts, Vinyl interior, Radial tires with white letters. A $212.15 document fee will be added to the sales price. All purchases may be subject to any applicable tax, title, & licensing fees. For more information about the 1968 Torino cobra jet for sale contact our Nashville show room at 615-213-1800 or email us at firstname.lastname@example.org
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