This slice of American Muscle shines bright like a diamond.


The name Torino is Italian, and it is named after the city of Turin, the "the Italian Detroit". Produced from 1968 through 1976 for the North American market, the Ford Gran Torino was considered an upscale version of the intermediate Ford Fairlane produced from 1962 through 1970. After the 1968 model year, the Fairlane moniker was given to all base model cars while the Torino name was saved for models with higher trim packages. Come 1971, and the Fairlane name was completely dropped, and now Ford intermediate cars were all called the Torino. Classic Car Liquidators is pleased to offer the opportunity to take home this beautiful example of a 1972 Ford Gran Torino.

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This '71 Ford Gran Torino shines brilliantly in a bright orange finish, and the gloss is apparent when glancing at the photos provided. On all four corners sit a set of US Mags Bandit series wheels. Shaved door handles add to the car's smooth aesthetic.

Powering this vintage Ford is a 351-cubic-inch Windsor V8 engine topped with Holley Sniper electronic fuel injection and an aluminum intake. An aluminum radiator keeps everything running smooth and cool, and the car also features a Milodon high-volume oil pan. Power steering allows for easy maneuvering those turns, and power brakes all around bring everything to a stop. A set of ceramic-coated long-tube headers send spent gases through a Flowmaster dual exhaust. Front and rear sway bars keep everything in check, and a custom center console comes complete with cupholders. The addition of front and rear sway bars help keep handling in check.

Inside this Ford Gran Torino sits a beautiful custom cream and black interior featuring beautiful upholstery. The dashboard houses Speed Hut gauges, a Kenwood touchscreen with an aftermarket sound system, tachometer. A backup camera inside the car makes reversing out of the driveway a piece of cake.

If you're looking for that next epic muscle car to demand attention no matter where it goes, you may want to check out this stunning 1972 Ford Gran Torino. Classic Car Liquidators has this beaut listed at $36,999, but feel free to submit an offer.

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