Ford built 15 of these cars and you have owned three of them? Where do you find stuff like that?
They are hard to find, there was actually 19 of them originally. I found the first one in Oregon, it belonged to a fellow memember of the Fairlane Club of America. if you have Torinos that is the club to join, they cover Torino besides Fairlane. The second one I found on ebay of all places, which is this one that is up for car of the year, and the third one a fellow Torino owner turned me on to. I have been very blessed to say the least in regards to finding these very rare ultra high perfoemance rag tops.
Thank you so much for the votes guys I really appreciate it more then you know. Besides turning wrenches, these cars are my passion. I guess it is just another form of qwrench turning though anyway. Please keep those votes coming, and thank you.
You got my vote. I agree with others on some of the missing cars. A GTO would have got my vote. Nothing against your car. Very nice.
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Awww, dude...my fingers were jittery every time I went over that '76 Trans Am...but yours prevailed...
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