I don’t think I could get away with wearing mint mojito colored pants with a light camel shirt…but I think I could get away with driving this next classic car. It has a V8 under that shaker hood and a 4-speed manual gearbox, what else do you need to know? Find this 1971 Ford Torino […]
In Episode 2 of Season 9, the guys at Roadkill take a Ford Torino Wagon that is powered by a gigantic Cummins 6BT inline-6 under the hood… well… actually, it doesn’t have a hood. Anyway, the guys at Roadkill didn’t build it, but they did drag race it against another Cummins swapped classic American body-on-frame thing. You can find the episode on streaming on the Motortrend App, or you can watch this low-res bootleg version before it gets taken down. Anyway, that same Torino is now offered with the Cummins diesel and offered for sale. Find this 1972 Ford Torino Wagon offered for $9000 in La Habra, CA via craigslist. Tip from Rock On!
This next car is a very complicated piece of machinery. You know, a lotta ins, a lotta outs, lotta what-have-yous. Getting past the fact that this car was built by the Neanderthals at Gas Monkey Garage isn’t easy, but it does carry all of the charisma and charm of the Dude’s actual ride, plus you’ve got some window stickers to remind people you aren’t homeless, just a huge fan of the Coen brother’s 1998 classic, The Big Lebowski. Or perhaps both, because there is nothing wrong with that. Find this 1973 Ford Gran Torino offered for $6,900 in Richmond, VA via eBay.
The Torino was an intermediate sized sedan, coupe, fastback or convertible available from Ford starting in 1968…but the history of the Torino (named for the Italian city of Turin) is slightly complicated. The Torino name was firstly applied to an upscale version of the intermediate Fairlane sedan, but in 1968 the Torino was a lower […]
The Ford Torino was named after the Italian city of Torino, home of 2006 Winter Olympics and located in the same province as legendary Pininfarina design house. Pininfarina would never have designed a car where the rear quarter panels are larger than two zip codes, but the Torino was designed in Detroit, a city where […]
The Torino model was an interesting piece of Ford’s late 60s/early 70s history with twists in the use of the Torino badge and if you blink, you might be completely lost when you open your eyes and see a pavement pounding muscle car. Find this 1971 Ford Torino GT here on eBay bidding for $14,100 […]
1968 was a year of profound changes around the world– LBJ declined to run for president and Richard M Nixon is elected, public opinion on the Vietnam war flip-flops, Yale University announces it will admit women, and Ford releases the Torino as a high end version of their mid-sized Fairlane sedan. Find this 1968 Ford […]
This next car comes as a tip from Scott T who writes: If a picture is worth a thousand words, this ad is worth about 1,100 words? Though the words used seem to describe a pretty nice v8 driveline and a fair number of parts including a GT hood so that’s a bonus. $4,500 […]