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MOTOR TREND CAR OF THE YEAR 1970.
Attention all Miners, 419'ers, Astronauts on their way to the International Space Station, SEAL Team Six Members,
and Oil Platform Workers. I'd like to accommodate your needs however the timeframe to complete the sale is clear
and simple. Read and follow directions.
Don't you love the stories, or how many guys were SEAL's?!?!? I don't know we had so many!!!... Lol
The 1970 Torino was designed by Bill Schenk. His design was inspired by the supersonic aircrafts of the day that
were designed and built with a narrow waist and bulging forward and rear fuselage that was needed to reach
This 1970 Torino is a numbers matching vehicle with the original 351 Cleveland. The VIN, Fender Tag, and Engine
Block all uniform and matching.
Yes, you are looking at THE original engine. Ask any car guy what it takes (labor hours and money) to make a
nearly half century old original engine compartment look like that... Not only does it look pretty, but it's
basically a new engine. The engine was broken down piece by piece and put back together better than it was on the
day it was delivered from Cleveland. The Cleveland was the upgrade to the 351 Windsor.
When you turn the key it sounds amazing! The dual exhaust sounds AWESOME! It has a deep, but not an obnoxious
As far as the body is concerned... It's straighter now than in the day it was sold in 1970-71. Experienced car
guys will tell you that when these rolled down the assembly line there wasn't time for them to line up every panel
perfect, so gaps and misalignments were common. The time was taken to correct those gaps, and Steele Rubber
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