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American Muscle, 1971 Ford Torino

American Muscle, 1971 Ford Torino

Buy American Muscle Cars, 1971 Ford Torino for Sale

Price $9500
Location San Jose, California

Detail about this car
Are you tired of driving down the road and seeing Prius's ruling the streets? Do you want a car that will roar past them so you can remind them what a real car is? Look no further! This is a 1971 Ford Torino from the golden age of American muscle. It really is a sight for sore eyes.

This piece of American pastime is equipped with the monster Ford 351 Cleveland, in my opinion, one of the best Ford built. The interior is fine ginger which was restored to its original color. The work was completed by a company in Gilroy that specializes in upholstery. The black vinyl top was redone by the same company. It is spotless! Everything has been cleaned regularly to insure a long life.

The exterior is in near perfect condition. It's as straight was an arrow and has been since 1971! The body work was done by another company in Gilroy and is primed and ready for paint. It comes with the GT hood that would cost you a pretty penny if you were to buy it separately. I have all the emblems that can be installed once the car is painted. Having the car ready for paint gives you the option to paint it whatever color you choose! Even without paint, this car turns more heads than I can count.

Lets talk muscle! Hearing it start up speaks for itself. On the 351C, there is an Edelbrock Performer intake with a Holley 650 CFM carb sitting on top. We have Ford Racing valve covers that look perfect on the engine. There is a Flowmaster exhaust system on it fitted with an H-Pipe and Flowmaster mufflers. It roars! There are some other bells and whistles on it that you'd just have to see for yourself. I would like to take it up to 500 horsepower, but unfortunately I don't have the time or money. So I leave that to you! All maintenance has been very consistent, but I've only put about 2,000 miles on it, if that.

I'm selling it mostly because I don't have the time or money to restore it to its true value. When this car is restored it could easily pull a solid price. I'm selling it for $9500 in its current state. Please no lowballers since I am not in a complete rush to sell it. I may be interested in trades depending on what you have. Thanks for looking!

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