MS Classic Cars
1865 Fall River Ave
***THIS VEHICLE IS BEING CONSIGNED TO THE UPCOMING CENTRAL PENNSYLVANIA AUTO AUCTION BEING HELD IN MILL HALL, PA JULY 19-20. THIS VEHICLE WILL BE SELLING AT NO RESERVE ON SATURDAY JULY 20TH. LOT #AS-1***
This beautiful 1969 Ford Torino GT is a fully documented one owner car with great history. This car was purchased at Collingwood Ford located in Findlay, OH on October 24, 1968 by Mr. Ralph Bresler. The car was ordered as a Torino GT 2-door hardtop which included GT identification, hood scoop with turn signals, heavy-duty suspension, argent styled steel wheels and wide oval belted white side wall tires. It was Royal Maroon with a black vinyl roof and black interior. Factory optional equipment includes; 351 CID 2V 8-cylinder engine, select-shift cruise-o-matic, traction-lok differential, electric clock, AM radio and front head restraints. This car has been owned its entire life by the same owner until now. Its loaded with original documentation that includes the window sticker, two bills of sales, Ford warranty booklet, Ford warranty owner card, owners manual and metal key tag. All of these items have been professionally framed and are included. In 2007, the owner decided to have the car fully restored. The entire car was disassembled and the body was taken to bare metal. Only minor body work was required. The exterior body is straight and gaps are great throughout. The car was repainted in the original color of Royal Maroon and a new vinyl top was applied. The front windshield was replaced and remaining glass is in excellent original condition. Everything on the exterior has been restored or replaced such as the window trim, mirror, door handles, bumpers, lights, emblems, etc. The car sits on BF Goodrich Radial T/As that are 215-70-14. The black interior was lightly restored and looks beautiful. A set of SW gauges were placed under the dash and a tachometer was attached to the steering column. Everything in the interior is in working order including the heat and radio. The original rubber floor mats are included. The trunk compartment is nicely restored with a trunk mat and spare tire with jack tools. The engine compartment is highly detailed and refinished in the correct satin black. The car is powered by the original matching numbers 315 Windsor V8 engine. During the engine rebuild it was upgraded with a Competition cam, 10:1 compression pistons, Ford 4-bbl intake manifold, Edelbrock 4-bbl carburetor and Ford Racing polished valve covers. The engine now has an estimated 300HP. The original intake, carburetor, air cleaner, valve covers and receipt for engine rebuild are included. A cell battery is hidden in an original style Autolite case. The engine breathes though factory manifolds and a dual exhaust system that sounds sweet. The engine is coupled to the automatic transmission that was also rebuilt. During the restoration a Ford sourced power steering unit was installed. The undercarriage is highly detailed with many correct features throughout. Everything underneath was restored or replaced such as the suspension and braking system. This is a great car that is blast to drive. This car has recently been serviced and detailed which is documented with an invoice that is included. A selection from the MS CLASSIC CARS Collection.
**PLEASE CALL MS CLASSIC CARS OWNER MARC SCHILIRO FOR A VERY ACCURATE VERBAL DESCRIPTION OF THIS VEHICLE**
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