--Ford “Home on the Orange” with White vinyl interior and Black carpeting. rotisserie restoration, 4-Speed manual transmission, 429 CJ engine. Factory options include: 4-speed manual transmission, Traction-lok differential, 3.5-1 ratio rear axle, Laser stripe, Power front disc and rear drum brakes, Magnum 500 wheels, Bucket seats with console, AM/FM radio and Tachometer. Motor Trend’s “Car of the Year” for 1970, the Torino was originally a variant of the Ford Fairlane but became a standalone model as Ford chased Mopar cars in NASCAR competition and young, performance-hungry buyers flocked to showrooms. Only 3,939 Torino GT Convertibles were manufactured that year compared to 56,819 GT coupes, making them a rare find. Three engines were available in 1970, the GT-standard 302 cid V-8, a new 351 cid V-8 and a 429 cid Cobra Jet 8-cylinder with or without Ram Air induction. It is believed that only 27 Convertible Torinos with a 429 Cobra Jet engine, four-speed manual transmission and shaker hood rolled off Ford’s production lines that year. This model started its life as a non-429 GT Convertible. The big block conversion occurred during restoration several years ago where the entire dri
left-hand-drive 1970 ford torino gt convertible orange 4-speed hardtop manual power-steering restored
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