My guess if you kept to the early 70's they would be a little below the same
Since the price of Mustangs can get prohibitive, more and more are looking
at Gran Torino's and Montego GT's. '72 and '73 GT's are sharp :)
I believe a '69 Torino was basically a re-badged Fairlane GT
What year you looking at?
I'm looking at just the vintage you mentioned... 69 to 72
Looking FOR i should say.
Not sure why but i just took a liking to these cars... the mustangs are
great and all, but a little trendy.. i want something different.
well thats where i want to be for sure... 69's pretty good too, but yes
I began looking on the internet around here, and found a few in Canada.
72: you're right -- i don't like this style as well as the 70-71
|The old ford torino's... are they worth anything these days?
70-71 Torinos in the northeast USA rusted out in 5 or 6 years, mostly
rear quarters and front torque boxes / firewall. They just didn't hold
up well. I sold my 351c 4bbl 70 Torino GT to a guy 5 years ago in non
running condition for $250 as a parts car for his 429 Torino
convertible project. He made the swaps and threw a tarp on the remains
and left it in his backyard to rust some more until this summer, when
he decided to rebuild what was left of mine for his son.
He told me a seller in CT. with a perfect condition Torino GT was
asking $18,000 for the car.
Motorsforum.com is a website by car enthusiasts for car enthusiasts. It is not affiliated with any of the car or spare part manufacturers or car dealers discussed here.
All logos and trade names are the property of their respective owners.