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1970 Ford Torino 429 Super Cobra Jet - 4.30 Detroit Locker Rear on 2040-cars

Year:1970 Mileage:57000 Color: Orange / Black
Location:

Michigan City, Indiana, United States

Michigan City, Indiana, United States
Transmission:Automatic
Engine:429 Ram Air Super Cobra Jet
Body Type:Coupe
Vehicle Title:Clear
For Sale By:Dealer
Condition:
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VIN (Vehicle Identification Number)
: 0R38J142683
Year: 1970
Exterior Color: Orange
Make: Ford
Interior Color: Black
Model: Torino
Number of Cylinders: 8
Trim: 429 Super Cobra Jet
Drive Type: 4.30 Rear
Mileage: 57,000

Extremely RARE

1970 Ford Torino

429 Super Cobra Jet

SN: 0R38J142683

1 of 30 Drag Pack Torino’s

1 of 6 with the 4.30 Detroit Locker Rear

 

 

RARE 1970 Ford Torino 429 Super Cobra Jet is 1 of 30 Drag Pack Torino’s and 1 of 6 built with the 4.30 Detroit Locker Rear.  Calypso Coral exterior paint with black turin knit vinyl bucket seats, automatic with the 429 Ram Air Super Cobra Jet “Drag Pack Option”. Only 57,000 original miles.  Produced on April 22nd of 1970 in San Jose, California and originally sold through Jim Bass Ford in San Angelo, Texas.  Check out the MartiAutoWorks ELITE REPORT.

 

Contact Gino Burelli at 219-405-8310 or gino.burelli@harborautomotive.com

 

Options & Accessories

Cobra 2-Door Sportsroof

429-4V CJ Ram Air

4.30 Locking Axle Ratio

C-6 Cruise-O-Matic Transmission

Super Cobra Jet “Drag Pack”

Visibility Light Group

Bucket seats

Power Steering

Rim Blow Steering Wheel

Hood Tach and Gauges

Embroidered Floor Mats

Shaker Hood Magnum 500 Wheels

Console

Power Disk Brakes

Remote Sport Mirrors

Rear Window Slats

AM Radio

Holley 780 cfm Carb

Solid Lifter Camshaft

4 Bolt Mains

Oil Cooler

And many more

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