Torino GT

428 V8 Power! 1969 Ford Torino GT Cobra

In 1968, the Torino was introduced as the top-of-the-line Ford Fairlane. By 1971, the Fairlane name was retired in favor of the sexier-sounding newbie. In 1969, if you ordered the Torino GT, you could also bolt on a Cobra-Jet… more»

351 V8 Project: 1971 Ford Torino GT

The Ford Torino was introduced as an upscale version of the mid-size Fairlane in 1968, and by 1971 had replaced the older nameplate altogether. In 1971, the GT was the top Torino sold except for the Cobra which was… more»

Cobra Jet Roller: 1968 Ford Torino GT 428

Ford redesigned its mid-size cars in 1968 and added the Torino to the Fairlane line-up. It would be the upscale model before replacing the Fairlane nameplate altogether in 1971. This GT edition was rare when new, being 1 of… more»

SportsRoof Survivor: 1969 Ford Torino GT

The Torino came along in 1968 as the upscale version of the Fairlane 500. And the Torino GT went one step further. While the “GT” name implies performance, that didn’t have to be the case as a 302 cubic… more»

Garage Find: 1971 Ford Torino 500 or GT

The Torino nameplate first appeared in 1968 as the high-end version of the mid-size Ford Fairlane. By 1971, when the car received an all-new slippery shape, the Fairlane brand was gone, and Torino covered the whole lineup. The seller… more»

Rust-Free Survivor: 1970 Ford Torino GT

Ford introduced the Second Generation Torino in 1970, with the new model making the most of “Coke bottle” styling. It also possessed a greater physical presence than its predecessor, making it the ideal base for a muscle car. This… more»

No Reserve: 1969 Ford Torino GT

Finding an affordable classic car can be challenging, but this 1969 Ford Torino GT may fit that description once the hammer falls on its No Reserve auction. It has led a sheltered existence, meaning that it has an incredibly… more»

429 V8 Power! 1970 Ford Ranchero GT

It took the Ford Ranchero a few years to decide what it wanted to be. First introduced in 1957 as a coupe utility or “gentlemen’s pickup,” it was a full-size truck based on a station wagon platform. Then for… more»

429 Fastback: 1971 Ford Torino GT

So, you’ve got a reasonable stash of cash burning a hole in your pocket, and you’re in the market for a classic bearing the blue-oval badge. What do you do? Some people may look favorably upon a First Generation… more»

Original 429 Cobra Jet: 1971 Ford Torino GT

By 1971, it was evident that the writing was on the wall for the classic American muscle car. Buyer enthusiasm had cooled due to several factors. These included pending changes to emission regulations and rising insurance costs. These were… more»

Desert Find: 1968 Ford Torino GT 390

Buying an older project car from a drier climate will always involve a compromise. While such a climate may be conducive to preserving classic steel, it can exact a high toll in other areas. That is the case with… more»

No Reserve: 1970 Ford Torino GT

Sometimes an enthusiast will search for a classic project car, and their list of requirements seems insurmountable. However, if you are searching for a classic Ford with more than five decades under its belt that is solid and mechanically… more»

429 Cobra Jet: 1970 Ford Torino GT

There aren’t many classic enthusiasts who have ever uttered the words, “My car has more power than I need.” Most of us long for that bit of extra mumbo under the hood, and that has been the case with… more»

Rusted by the Sea: 1970 Ford Torino GT

The Torino joined the Ford line-up in 1968 as an upscale Fairlane and quickly took over representation of the company’s mid-size line-up. The Torino/Fairlane was redesigned in 1970 and had a longer, lower, meaner look to it. This ’70… more»

Original 429 CJ: 1970 Ford Torino GT

Stunning. There’s really no other word to describe the first impression made by this 1970 Ford Torino GT. If its appearance isn’t enough to take your breath away, lifting the hood should seal the deal. This classic has been… more»

1-Of-12: 1971 Ford Torino GT Convertible

Rarity is always going to be a subject that ignites debate in the classic car world. Take this 1971 Torino GT Convertible as an example. It presents superbly, and while it might not be perfect, it is a turn-key… more»