1969 Ford Torino GT Convertible For Sale
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1969 Ford Torino GT Convertible, Maroon/White, 101,000 Miles
1969 Ford Torino GT Convertible
Less than 101,000 miles. I can only assume that is
Royal Maroon exterior.
White bucket seats .
Black carpet w/maroon floor mats.
S-code 390 4V w/2 air cleaners, an oval Cobra and round
4-speed w/Hurst shifter.
3.50:1 Open end differential.
According to the Fairlane Club of America web-site
there were only 928 '69 Torino GT Convertibles with
bucket seats. When you factor in the 390 and
4-speed it gets a lot rarer. I have the Marti report
to break it down a lot further.
The whole car is in pretty good shape and is very
S-code 390 4V w/factory chrome valve covers, but not numbers matching motor, changed before I got the car.
New 600 CFM carburetor.
No points, I put in a Pertronix Ignitor Electronic Ignition and coil several years ago and no problems.
4-speed w/Hurst shifter w/new knob, probably not from factory, I don’t think Ford use Hurst until 1970.
Power steering works fine and does not leak.
Front power disk brakes completely rebuilt – new rotors, rebuilt calipers, new pads, new brake lines, fresh fluid and bled good.
Nice White bucket seats.
Nice Black carpet.
Nice Dash pad.
New speakers in doors.
Black top good shape.
GT steel wheels painted argent.
Tires new Sept. ’05, but probably less than 300 miles.
Spare tire like new.
New heater core less than 300 miles.
New Custom Autosound radio, USA-630 model.
New gas tank w/sender.
New fuel pump and I replaced all sections of fuel line that are rubber.
New oil pan, gasket and pickup screen.
Excellent glass rear window.
New chrome hood trim – cost $290 + shipping.
Floor pans are in pretty good shape, though I could see where driver side rear had when welded on at one time.
Fresh oil, oil filter, fuel filter and air filter change.
Fresh spark plugs.
Battery few years old, but keep a charge and tested good.
I think it needs a light switch for the dash lights to be brighter. Just haven't got around to putting one in.
Original jack is missing, but I have an extra scissor jack.
The windows need adjusted by someone that knows what they are doing.
Fuel gauge is not accurate, when full it only shows a half. Must be in the gauge, because the sending unit replaced when gas tank was and it acts the same.
It should have a lower white GT stripe
Shifter not as tight as should be.
If you prefer an automatic, you can have an FE C6 transmission that I have. It currently has a truck tail shaft that would need to be changed.
Spare driver door.
Between my brother and me, family owned car for about last 20 years.
The car was just detailed. They did a real good job and the body and paint are looking real good, but there are a few minor bubbles. I don’t really know if it’s Bondo or solvent popping, paint runs or actually rust. I will try to show in pictures.
The odometer shows between 100 - 101 K miles.
The paint is the original color, Royal Maroon, but in base-clear.
According to a Marti report, the car originally had a white top, red interior and a console.
Other than the top and interior color change and missing console, the car is pretty original. I do not have the original air breather or steering wheel, or at least I haven't seen them in years.
I live about 30 miles south of Houston, TX. If not too far away, I could provide a reasonable delivery.
If interested in my car, I would prefer that you or someone you trust to look at the car in person. I have a car lift to inspect underneath. The car isn’t perfect and I’m not interested in hiding anything.
I have an 18’ car trailer, so I could deliver to Houston area.
For Sale By Owner
Contact: Not Available
Angleton, TX 77515
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