|Transmission||4 Speed Manual|
|Front Wheel Specification||15"|
|Rear Wheel Specification||15"|
|Front Tire Specification||28X7.50X15|
|Rear Tire Specification||275/60R15|
|Front Brakes Specification||Disc|
|Rear Brakes Specification||Drum|
|Exhaust Type||Dual Exhaust|
|Seatbelts||Fuel Injection||Front Disc Brakes||Vinyl Interior||AM/FM Radio|
1970 was quite a year for the Torino. While it had already been offered to the public for a couple of years, until this year it wasn't actually a model unto itself, but rather a variety of Ford Fairlane. Ford recognized that the increasingly discriminating car buying public wanted an option more spacious than the Mustang but far sportier than its large car offerings, and borrowed from aeronautical design to give them what they were looking for. Armed with an unusually potent drivetrain, this 1970 Ford Torino has undeniable power to go with its early '70s charm, and to drive it is to be infatuated with it.
Put this Torino alongside its predecessor from just a year before and it only takes a quick glance to see the results of Ford's extensive redesign to commemorate its promotion to a stand-alone model. No longer the relatively conservative-looking version of Blue Oval full-sized cars, with its lengthy hood, relatively short deck lid, and flowing rear roofline, it looks every bit the part of an expansive muscle car, yet its substantial wheelbase, matched by a nice, wide track, provides just the luxurious overtones Ford was aiming for. Its two-tone color scheme - with vibrant red covering ... Please ask for the full description.
1970 Ford Torino
- Fuel Injection
- Front Disc Brakes
- Vinyl Interior
- AM/FM Radio
- Exterior Color
- Interior Color
- Front Brakes
- Rear Brakes
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