351 V8, LESS THAN 10K MILES, PS/PB, A/C, ORIGINAL BUILD SHT, MARTI RPRT, 3 OWNER
Sporty, correct, and a whole lot of fun, a car like this 1973 Ford Gran Torino offers you a distinctive classic. After all, with a great color combo, A/C interior, less than 10,000 actual miles and a correct V8 under the hood, this is the kind of coupe that is welcomed in any crowd.
Pure '70s cool is the best way to describe the exterior. The factory-correct Chestnut Metallic has the unmistakable look of quality that comes from investing in a more recent professional application. It allows this one to have the kind of era-correct but always fashionable appearance that will look cool no matter if you step out wearing a leather jacket of bellbottoms. The same timeless style can be said for this full coordinating package. The tan vinyl roof nicely matches the rocker accent line and the pinstriping. And speaking of the pinstripe, we love how it follows the profile to showcase the sporty Coke-bottle curves of this coupe. This premium and performance attitude is nicely capped off by big chrome bumpers and upgraded 17-inch American Racing Torq Thrust wheels.
Just like the exterior, the interior is cool, correct, and premium. The carpeting, door panels, seats, and dash all part of a well-coordinated package. They appear original and are quite well preserved. The button-top seating has a great style line in the stitching, and you can even fold down the armrest to go from family-style space to an individual level of comfort. This was a car built to give the driver total control, and you'll see that the moment you sit down. The factory dual-spoke steering wheel gives you a clear view at the sporty round gauge package. Within reach is everything you want including controls for the upgraded AM/FM/CD stereo and air conditioning.
The well preserved presentation continues under the hood. This one still carries the correct H-code 351 cubic-inch V8. Not only does it look authentic with the blue block, valve covers, and air cleaner, but this is also a correct 1973 block. Even the three-speed automatic transmission is year-correct, so those are big hints at possible originality. But it takes more than just history to have a nice classic. That's why good investment were made along the way (do you see how new the dual exhaust looks?) And it also has all the right driving features, such as power steering, front disc brakes, and the modern grip of Falken tires.
Preserved where you want it, including the original build sheet, and upgraded where it counts – this is a truly distinctive classic. So if you like to stand out in all the best ways, call today!
- CD Player
- AM/FM Radio
- Vinyl Interior
- Air Conditioning
- Power Steering
- Power Brakes
- Front Disc Brakes
- Marti Report
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- Body Color
- Body Style
- Seating Type
- Seat Material
- Shifter Type
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