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Nov 25, 2009 at 8:09 pm
NICE CAR,,,,,LOOKS LIKE YOUR NOT ASKING ENOUGH MONEY.......GREAT DEAL !!!!
 
 
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shadow15
Oct 17, 2009 at 1:29 am
Thanks for the kind words. yes the old car still has some style don't it : )
 
 
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Oct 15, 2009 at 10:58 pm
one of the nicest cars on here
 
 

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1968 Ford Torino GT Fastback (This one is One In a million)

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YES IT HAS BEEN SOLD, IT HAS WENT TO SUNNY CALF. When is the last time you saw a Torino? How about a first year one? This car is very clean and a real eye catcher! This car has ZERO rust.Please check my pictures for more detail. This car is located 50 miles NW of Chicago, Illinois. We do local shows so you can see it in person on Saturdays and Sundays around the Northwest towns as far North as Wisconsin.
The Motor has about 18,400 miles on it it's the same numbers matching motor that came with the car back in 1968. There is 108K on the frame. What is very unusual about this car is the Frame, car, and motor numbers all match on this very rare and exceptional vehicle. Very minor upgrades were done on the 302 CID 210HP engine with 4BBL Carb and beefed up intake but it is as close to stock as I have seen in this shape. The transmission shifts are smooth and runs quite Yet has the power to push you back in the seat when you step on it. Most of the original decals are still on this car, including the door jabs, under the hood, and glove box. This Torino is ten times the shape of the ones you may have seen on Ebay or the other auction sites. You may ask why am I selling it? Well I have a two car garage and 3 cars something has to go : (

The pictures don't do this car justice, though they show the amount of detail and cleanliness of it. People that have seen it say to see it in person well that it's' a whole new ball game! Everyone who has seen this car is taken back to their high school years when this car came out. The car has none of that old car musty smell either it’s as fresh as it looks.

Thanks for looking, let me know what you think or just say hi.

Specs

Number of doors 2
dimensions & weight
Wheelbase 2946 mm 116 in
Track front 1494 mm 58.8 in
rear 1496 mm 58.9 in
Length 5108 mm 201.1 in
Width 1892 mm 74.5 in
Height 1359 mm 53.5 in
Length:wheelbase ratio 1.73
Ground clearance
Kerb weight 1525 kg 3362 lb

Fuel capacity 75.9 litres 16.7 UK Gal 20.1 US Gal

Bore × stroke 101.60 mm × 76.20 mm
4 in × 3 in
Cylinders V-8
Displacement 302 (4.9 litre)
4942 cc
(301.579 cu in)

Factory Options

First year 1968 Torino GT Fast back

Body 63D: (Fast Back, Luxury Interior, Bench Seat)
R: Color U: Tahoe Turquoise)
TRIM: 6K (Aqua, Luxury)
DATE: 13F (June 13, 1968)
MGF. Kansas City, Kansas
DSO: 54 (Omaha) Domestic Special Order
TRANS: 2W (3 speed Auto)
Tinted Windows

Mods

Performance Edelbrock intake manifold and Carburetor
AM / FM / CD RADIO

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