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Ford Torino? Should I buy?
I am interested in buying a Ford Torino. Does anyone have anything to say about them good or bad and what was the best year? I would love to hear about what other's think. I'm basically leaning towards a 70-72 2 door hardtop.
posted: April 4, 2008
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70-71 Torinos are going up in price. 72 up are not quite there yet. The 70-71 cars are Chevelle-like in size. Even with a 302 they still get up and go pretty good. There are different rooflines available also. The 2 door hardtop, the Cobra sportsroof and of course the convertible. The latter is a GT only vehicle and they only made 3939 in 1970 and less in 71. Whatever you find, have fun!
posted:  April 6, 2008
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1971 Torino GT make sure she's a four speed!!!
posted:  June 11, 2008
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I had a 4-speed '70 429 CJ torino back in the day, I got it after I wrecked my '70 429 thunderjet automatic torino. I wish I had kept both cars. My input is don't settle for anything that doesn't have a 429 or 460 and isn't a '70 or '71 with the "sports roof" (what I call a fast back).
posted:  December 7, 2008
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If you like the Torinos, google the 70-1/2 Falcon, it will blow your mind. Thought I knew quite a bit about classics until I saw one for sale (70-1/2 Falcon).
posted:  July 21, 2009
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The CJ cars are holding there value and since the Clint Eastwood Movie I have seen numbers higher on Torino's in General.
posted:  June 30, 2010
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