1970 Ford Torino GT, M Code 351-4V For SaleThe Torino was a popular American intermediate car manufactured by Ford in the 1970s. It was initially an upscale version of the Ford Fairlane, and some high-performance versions of the Torino were fitted with large, powerful engines, like the 428 and 429 "Cobra-Jet" engines. These models were classified as muscle cars and were used in NASCAR competitions. Ford chose the Torino as a base for racing, and it has a successful racing heritage.
The Torino shown here is an excellent example of the second-generation model. Compared to its predecessor, the second generation has a greater physical presence, making it an ideal base for a muscle car. However, this particular car is not an example of that class, as it is one caste under. It is a perfect example of the 1970 Torino GT, with plenty of positive points that will appeal to enthusiasts. It is a rust-free and unmolested classic with a drivetrain combination that delivers excellent performance.