700HP Ford Torino GT Massive Burnout!!!!
Tomedelic1 recods a Ford Torino GT making a huge burnout, leaving Borderrun
2014 in style. This V8 big block was making a claimed 700HP. Creating some
massive smokey burnouts during the entire day at Borderrun 2014. More
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1971 Ford Torino Cobra For Sale
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Among the rarest Ford muscle cars is the Torino Cobra. This example is one
of 3,054 Torino Cobras produced in 1971 and one of 408 in Grabber Green
Metallic. Not only is this a rare piece of Ford history, it is also in
Spare keys, Marti Report and original factory invoice are included in the
429ci/370hp 4bbl V8
Top Loader Four Speed Close Ratio Transmission
Traction Lok Axle, 3.89:1 Gear Ratio
Autolite Motorcraft Carb
Power Disc Brakes
New Exhaust System with Stainless Tips
Stock Type Mufflers
New Fuel Lines and New Brake Lines
Rear Air Shocks
New Gas Tank
Beautiful Grabber Green Metallic Paint
Shaker Hood Scoop
Gorgeous Chrome Bumpers
Front and Rear Bumper Guards
Doors Fit and Operate Properly
Door Lips and Jambs are Clean and Solid
Tinted Glass All Around
Rear Window Louvers
Quarters are Straight
Solid Trunk is Nicely Painted
Nice Trunk Mat and Spare Tire
Undercarriage is Painted Primer Color
Floorboards are Solid
Frame is Painted Body Color
Rockers are in Great Condition
Firestone Wide Oval Tires F60/15 Front and Rear
Beautiful Black Interior
High Back Bucket Seats
Door Panels are Beautiful
Seatbelts Front and Back
Headliner Fits Tight Across
Dome Light Works
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1993 Nissan UD Rollback Tow Truck Car hauler Wreaker
UD Rollback Tow Truck with Alum Flatbed Roll back with side rails. This Car
Hauler is a really good truck i have used it around the lot alot.. lol..
lot alot... anyways. Obiviously it needs a bumper but this is a turbo Diesel I got it lik it is and you can see
fron the video the interior could use a little TLC here and there but youve
got a Great good running money maker here, The bed is a jerr dan. there is
a 14,000 pound winch and a stinger to haul a second car. Everything is
functional. Make sure and check out my other videos I always have all sorts
of unique Classic, EURO & Muscle cars and I sell them cheap. Need help
Exporting to Europe Canada, Asia etc. No problem I got you covered. Make
your next car a Investment car. My website is
Http://www.cerealmarshmallows.com/blog. Also feel free to Call anytime
Nathan Wratislaw 406 544 6919
Scenic abandoned 1972 Ford Gran Torinos in HD
In this video, you can see many Ford 1972 GTS (Gran Torino Sport) in sad
positions waiting to be saved. These are forgotten cars rotting away
across America. Even abandoned in the woods or scrapyards, there is a lot
of beauty in these cars. The 1972 Ford Gran Torino was a one year
body-style with its unique front end.
Here is the blog I created for my 72: http://fordtorino72.blogspot.com/
Wagons of Steel
A video tribute to the great American station wagon set to music. Turn up
the sound and enjoy the awesome woodgrain paneling we all remember so well
of the big four, Ford, GM, Chrysler, and AMC. Thank You for watching
1975 Chevy Stepside Shortbed K10 4X4 C10 pickup Chevrolet GMC
This is a rare 1975 Chevy k10 half ton stepside shortbed Pickup truck.
Chevrolet sure made this classic looking bed for an awaful long time its
basically the same as in the late forties just diff fenders and it really
gives these trucks a nice classic look. This truck is a Blast to drive and
has a VERY powerful 383 stroker motor in it and big ole 35" Mudders. The
truck looks good but the beauty and money spent is in the lift and the
motor and tranny there was over $10,000 dumped into the motor and trans and
lift. Here is some off the info i put in the EBAY ad
This truck runs great. It has the 383 Stroker Motor in it and this
thing is mean and sounds even meaner with the custom dual Exhaust coming out the back behind both tires.
The tranny is rebuilt and has a higher stall torque converter. I believe
the gears are 4 10/4 11 it gets it... Just about everything inside and out
on this truck is custom. These are one of the best motors you can put in
these trucks. The put out a town of power and sound great. It has newer
Holley Valve Covers, New Edelbrock intake and chrome cover and Hooker
Headers. This truck was done right. I was told the motor has about 5000
miles on it and thats what it runs like. There is a leak from what I see is
a valve cover. I show that in the Video... The truck fires right up. It has
a stall converter on the tranni which allows you to reach higher RPM before
shifting. The motor and undercarriage are both just as clean as can be. The
idea the other guy had was to finish the motor and underneath tires and
wheels and lift etc. Then repaint in 3-5 years when it faded out but needed
a car driving 100 miles a day for work ONE WAY! So thats why it wasn't
finished and thats why It's for sale. I can have the truck painted and all
the metal work done for about $2800 to $3500 or just drive it around
EVERYBODY looks at it.
The exterior of this truck looks good but does need some work. It is
painted a nice bright yellow but it wasn't quite prepped right and has misc
issues. Please watch the Video I show them all up close etc. and do a walk
around and a test drive.... It still looks good but up close you can see
some blemishes. The truck has been lifted quite a ways as you can see. I
believe it is a 6" to a 9" lift not for sure...The truck was done right.
Has a very nice set of Polished Aluminum Weld Wheels and 35" Mudder Tires
that have between 70%-80% tread left. It is a really nice combo and look
really good on the truck. Has an aftermarket grill put in, The corrosion
seemed to be mostly in the bottom of door and cab corner and was repaired
but is a older Amature paint job I would say it was a 6 to a 7 on a 1-10
when it was fresh now it looks GREAT but if you really start looking you
will see some things I show them in the Video. Does have the towing package
with a drop hitch for easy towing. The bed has A Plywood bottom Not orig
slats and has a black bed cover going over it. This truck has it all.
The interior is in good condition on this truck but not perfect.
Although better then most older trucks you will see in could use a couple
things. The door panels look good but do show some wear and the bottom
parts are missing and you can see the speakers. There are amp wires in the
back but no amp.. as you see in the video I sell amps etc. and will give
you a smoking deal on a new Amp $65 to $200 depending on what you want etc.
The seats are in good condition. The carpets look like they were redone at
some point because they are in great shape. The gauges have all been
changed out and Digital Gauges put in which I think looks cool and gives
more of a modern look. NOT ONLY THAT there are switches on the dash that
will give you the 1/4 mile readout and a whole host of other info 0 to 60
time,,, etc. Aftermarket Sony CD Player with remote has been installed.
My website always has lots of Unique and interesting cars. Make sure
and look at all my other videos on here. I have over 180 cars for sale. You
can see my website at Http://www.missoulaautoauction.com and if your
looking to Export that is no problem i will help You Import or Export to
ANY country Shipping is pretty reasonable. Make sure and call me anytime...
Cheers Nathan 406 544 6919.
1972 Gran Torino Sport 429
My Dad bought this car about 20 years ago. It was set up to drag race at
the track. He bought strictly for racing. It was races for about 5 years
and has sat in a garage for the 15 years. Well today she moved on her own
I had to replace some brake lines, clean out the gas tank and a lil bit of
motor work. Some Exhaust, tires,
wheels license and insurance, it will be ready for some Sunday cruising.
My Car Story with Lou Costabile 1972 Ford Gran Torino Sport 351 Cobra Jet
On "My Car Story" we're in Gilberts IL on 5-4-14.
We're looking at a 1972 Ford Gran Torino Sport 351 Cobra Jet.
The Owner Mr. Anthony Lucarz has had the car for 18 years and has restored
it to factory specifications. The car features an 8 thousand RPM factory
tach, and a real working hood scoop.
This car is clean and in fantastic shape!
1973 Ford Gran Torino 4-Door Wagon "Starsky and Hutch" Tribute - #88 ndy - Gateway Classic Cars
For sale is a 1973 Ford Gran Torino 4-Door Wagon "Starsky and Hutch"
Tribute located in our Indianapolis showroom. Made famous by the "Starsky
and Hutch" television show, which ran from 1975 to 1979, and the real star
of the show was a red and white striped Ford Gran Torino nicknamed "The
Striped Tomato." This 1973 Gran Torino Wagon started its life out as a very
clean and solid Oregon car. The current owner had the car repainted a few
years ago, as a tribute, in the red and white stripe paint scheme to match
the iconic Gran Torino from the show. This 1973 Ford Gran Torino 4-Door
wagon "Starsky and Hutch" Tribute is powered by its original numbers
matching 351 cubic inch V8 engine, backed by a 3-speed automatic
transmission with only 39,279 actual miles! Options on this 1973 Ford Gran
Torino 4-Door Wagon "Starsky and Hutch" Tribute for sale include: Air
Conditioning, Power Brakes, Power Steering, Seat Belts, Vinyl Interior,
Toyo Proxes-TR Tires, and American Racing Salt Flat Special Aluminum Alloy
Wheels. This 1973 Ford Gran Torino 4-Door Wagon "Starsky and Hutch" Tribute
is complete with a factory roof rack and a tow package. This classic has
three rows of seating, the third being a rear facing bench seat. Both rear
seats fold away creating a huge area for cargo when needed. Load the whole
family up and head out to the next car show in this classic that is sure to
turn heads everywhere it goes. This 1973 Ford Gran Torino 4-Door Wagon
"Starsky and Hutch" Tribute for sale is located in our Indianapolis
Showroom and can be seen in greater detail, including an HD video at
www.GatewayClassicCars.com, or call (317)688-1100 for additional
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132351 / 1965 Ford Mustang Wagon
The mythical Mustang
wagon—it has persisted since the earliest days of the Mustang, and even Ford had proposals
on the drawing board. However, it appears that the first Mustang wagons were not built by Ford
at all, but rather by Intermeccanica at the behest of the W.J. Thompson
advertising agency. Constructed in 1965, the car may or may not still
exist, but photos and magazine articles from the period are still around,
and have inspired a few talented craftsmen to try their hands at creating
their own Mustang wagons.
This particular 1965 Mustang wagon was built by Joe Ramp
and uses as many factory components as possible to create one of the most
unique and eye-catching Mustangs you'll ever see.
Using 100% steel to create the wagon body meant finding a clean original
coupe to use as a foundation. The original roof was retained and lengthened
to meet the fabricated D-pillars out back. Side windows were fabricated,
while the rear window is the original Mustang coupe piece, which fits so
nicely it's surprising that the factory never decided to go forward with
the project. The integration into the original quarter panels is seamless,
and the factory deck lid was extensively modified to finish the rear of the
car with an OEM look. Brilliant red paint covers the beautiful wagon's
shape, and shows off the unique metalwork and expert fabrication in fine
fashion. Gold Shelby-style stripes were added, as well as a hood with an
integrated scoop, making this an interesting study in "what ifs."
Externally the same size as the 289, the fuel-injected 5.0 liter V8 an easy
fit in the early Mustang's
engine bay, and looks quite OEM sitting there between those vintage wheel
wells. Instead of taking the easy way out and planting a carburetor atop
the engine, the entire Ford EEC-IV engine management system was retained.
As a result, this one runs and drives like a late-model Mustang, with a very recognizable Exhaust note and a smooth flow of torque
that's a 5.0 specialty. The workmanship is impressive, and once you drive
this car, you'll be amazed by how polished the entire package really is.
Building on the late-model drivetrain, the transmission is a T5 5-speed
manual from a Mustang,
topped by a Hurst shifter. The rear is a Ford 8-inch sporting 3.00 gears,
which make this wagon an exceptional highway cruiser. Stock style
suspensions front and rear further the illusion that this is a factory job,
although the rear frame area was heavily reinforced to handle the wagon's
extra cargo capacity and weight. A set of unusual Mustang alloy wheels has been fitted,
and they wear BFGoodrich T/A radials.
The interior is just as unusual as the body, with a pseudo-bench style
front seat that seems more appropriate on a wagon than in a coupe. A custom
center console was fabricated and the filler between the seats gives the
illusion of a bench. It has been covered in brown vinyl that looks right at
home in the '60s icon, and the tan used on the dash and kick panels is
elegant and upscale. White door panels and headliner make it bright and
airy inside, an effect enhanced by the large rear side windows. The back
seat is as big as the one in a standard Mustang coupe, so you shouldn't be
afraid to grab a few friends when you take this beautiful car out for a
cruise. The A/C has been neatly integrated into the dash with a few
discreet vents, and the original AM radio remains in the center of the
dashboard, with a powerful AM/FM/CD stereo built into the console below it.
Brown carpets both in the passenger compartment and the cargo area tie the
entire interior together in a very OEM fashion.
Few cars have the star power of this little Mustang wagon, and you'll probably
find that no matter where you go, there's an enthusiastic crowd that
gathers, and they'll have plenty of questions. A fun, practical, stylish,
and very attention-getting car, this 1965 Mustang wagon isn't quite
one-of-a-kind, but it is most certainly unique. Call today!