Engine:429 Ram Air Super Cobra Jet
For Sale By:Dealer
Exterior Color: Orange
Interior Color: Black
Number of Cylinders: 8
Trim: 429 Super Cobra Jet
Drive Type: 4.30 Rear
1970 Ford Torino
429 Super Cobra Jet
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.
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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
Rim Blow Steering Wheel
Hood Tach and Gauges
Embroidered Floor Mats
Shaker Hood Magnum 500 Wheels
Power Disk Brakes
Remote Sport Mirrors
Rear Window Slats
Holley 780 cfm Carb
Solid Lifter Camshaft
4 Bolt Mains
And many more
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The Brits don't really have a major auto show these days. Not in a conventional sense, anyway, with stationary vehicles under floodlights in a closed exposition space. What they do have, you could argue, is much better: the Goodwood Festival of Speed, where the public can view the latest machinery not only under an open sky, but in motion as well, speeding up Lord March's front lawn. And this year, British automakers are rolling in with some very enticing new metal.
In the past few days alone we've confirmed the McLaren 650S GT3 and MSO, Jaguar F-Type Project 7, Range Rover Sport SVR and Ariel Ace will all be revealed for the first time at Goodwood this weekend. Ford isn't, strictly speaking, a British automaker, but for all its history in the UK, it might as well. So it's chosen Goodwood as the site to unveil its refreshed Focus ST.
The upgraded Blue Oval hot hatch still packs a 2.0-liter turbo four with 252 horsepower and 270 pound-feet of torque driving through a six-speed manual to the front wheels, so we're not expecting much change in measurable performance. But Ford has given the new Focus ST a new front suspension setup and a new electric power-assisted steering rack that combine to promise improved handling.
Rad Rides by Troy has unleashed upon the SEMA crowds this custom 1969 Ford Torino Talladega GT Special, and it's a beauty. The car calls to mind the classic Holman Moody stock cars that circled NASCAR tracks in the late 1960's, driven by the likes of Mario Andretti, Dan Gurney and David Pearson, who won the Grand National title in both 1968 and '69 in a Ford Torino.
Even though it has plenty of stock-car influence, there's nothing retro about the car's design or powertrain, other than the fact that the engine is based on a Ford Boss 429 block. Fuel injection, aftermarket aluminum heads and a high-tech custom computer system combine to send 750 reliable ponies to the rear wheels through a Tremec five-speed manual transmission. Brakes measure 14-inches all around, with six-piston Wilwood calipers up front and four-piston units out back.
There's custom bodywork abound, painted in a two-tone Tennessee Whiskey Gold and Daytona Sand finish. Check out all the amazing details in the image gallery below, and scroll down to read all about it in designer Troy Trepanier's own words.
The camouflaged Ford F-150 SVT Raptor prototype captured above blazing its way across the desert during a test run left company engineers giggling in amazement, reveals Jamal Hameedi in a new Autoweek video. Ford's global performance vehicle chief engineer, accompanied by senior exterior designer Bruce Williams, sat down with the publication to discuss the concept and development of the automaker's super off-road F-150.
Designing a high-performance pickup in 2008, right when the cost of gasoline was going through the roof, seemed insane at the time, but the team pushed forward with the innovative vehicle regardless. The interview includes plenty of Ford B-roll footage as visual candy, and the conversations include discussions about exterior design, ride comfort, anti-lock brake tuning, suspension engineering, weight reduction and why it was necessary to make the Raptor visually different than Ford's standard F-150. The model's origin story is very interesting, and you can learn more about it by watching the video below.