1970 Ford Torino GT Yellow RWD Automatic GT Package

Price: US $7,900.00 Item location: Batesville, Mississippi, United States
  • Make: Ford
  • Model: Torino GT
  • Trim: GT Package
  • Year: 1970
  • Mileage: 123456
  • VIN: 0A35F112437
  • Color: Yellow
  • Engine size: 302
  • Number of cylinders: 8
  • Fuel: Gasoline
  • Transmission: Automatic
  • Drive type: RWD
  • Vehicle Title: Clean
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Description:

1970 Ford Torino GT GT Package

About this vehicleThis 1970 Ford Torino GT is an original. The owner has had it for 1 year. The vehicle is drivable and is not regularly driven.Seller's NotesPlease see description!Vehicle Details

1970 Ford Torino GT SportsRoof

For sale is a 1970 Ford Torino GT. This car will crank and run. Transmission shifts gears. Brakes are soft. Can drive it up on a trailer. I wouldn’t drive drive it very far because of old tires and poor brakes. You could replace some things to get it road worthy, but it really needs a total restoration. Please do not think you will purchase and drive it from Mississippi to California! It is a cool older car that will be a great project to work on. It has many imperfections that will need to repaired or replaced.

The term "restoration" in the vintage car world has taken on a definition of its own. For some people, a restoration is simply painting a car and replacing items as needed, while for others, restoration means an extensive disassembly and overhaul, with each piece getting rebuilt or replaced. Verification of the level ofrestoration that will be needed is theresponsibility of thebuyer before purchaseeither in person or by third party inspectionservice.

VIN: 0A35F112437

MECHANICAL:

Small block 302 V8

Edelbrock aluminum intake

Holley four barrel carburetor (don’t know CFM)

C4 Automatic 3 speed transmission.

8” non-posi rear end (don’t know ratio)

Power steering

A/C (not working)

Non-power front drum brakes

Dual exhaust

Fairly new gas tank (couple years old)

INTERIOR:

Interior needs to be redone

Bench seat (tape on front seat)

Headliner is falling out

Carpet needs to be replaced

There are some holes in the floorboards

All the factory seatbelts are present

EXTERIOR:

Factory Yellow original paint.

15 X 6 Magnum 500 chrome wheels

Tires are old and have flat spots (rollers)

GT Hood scoop

Front grill is broken and missing emblem

Bottoms or rear quarters have rust

RH rocker panel dented

Rear trunk rod spring is broken

Parking lights, brake lights not working

Fuse block has couple fuse tabs broken off so won’t hold fuses, needs repaired

DISCLOSURES:

Please look closely at all the pictures for condition. Verify the car is right for you prior to purchasing. Please do not purchase and then change your mind. There are NO warranties OR guarantees. I am selling this for a friend. His name is Jason. His phone number is (662) 934-5726. The car is located in Batesville, MS. If you have any questions, please email me or contact him. Please text him before 5pm and you can call after 5pm. Thanks!

DEPOSITS:

DEPOSITS TO PURCHASE VEHICLE IS $500, UPON PAYMENT OF THE $500 THE VEHICLE WILL BE HELD FOR 72 HOURS PENDING FINAL PAYMENT OR DEPOSIT IS FORFEIT.

Here is some information I have found on the internet about the 1970 Torino GT listed below:

Dimensions:

Wheelbase

117.0in (2,972mm)

Length

206.2in (5,237mm)

Width

76.7in (1,948mm) (2-door)

Curb weight

3,116–3,774lb (1,413–1,712kg)*

*Shipping weight

The 1970 Torino had more prominent long hood short deck styling, and was longer, lower and wider than the previous 1969 models. All models had a lower and less formal roofline compared to previous years. The windshield rake was increased, and the SportsRoof models had an even flatter fastback roofline. The Torino had a pointed front end and overall styling appeared much more aerodynamic than years previous. The grille covered the full width of the front fascia and surrounded the quad headlights. The front fender line extended to front door, sloping downward and gradually disappearing in the quarter panel. Both front and rear bumpers were slim tight fitting chromed units, that followed the body lines. The taillights were situated in the rear panel above the bumper, and were now long rectangular units with rounded outer edges.

Interiors on the Torino were all new for 1970. The dashboard uses a linear style speedometer centered on the driver. A temperature gauge is the only available gauge; oil pressure and electrics are monitored with warning lights only. This 2-door SportsRoof model has the "DirectAire" ventilation system as a standard feature, which eliminated the need for side vent windows. This was also the first year the ignition switch was moved from the instrument panel to the steering column.

The Torino GT came standard from the factory with a non-functional hood scoop molded into the hood, GT emblems (including the centre of the grille), dual colour-keyed sport mirrors, full width tail lights with a honeycomb effect (the centre portion was only reflective), black decklid appliques, and hub caps with wheel trim rings. Standard tires for the GT were E70-14 fibreglass belted tires. Other new options for the Torino GT were a reflective laser stripe, which ran down the middle of the side of the Torino from the front fender to the door.

It was a well received car by the automotive press and was selected as the Motor Trend Car of the Year for 1970. Motor Trend said the Torino was "Not really a car line in the old sense, but a system of specialty cars, each for a different use ... from luxury to performance." Ford produced 230,411 Torinos for 1970

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