- Engine Size
- 351 V8
- Transmission Type
- 3 Speed Automatic
1972 Ford Torino Coupe
The 1972 Torino was redesigned and featured an even more exaggerated "long hood, short deck", coke bottle styling. The most noticeable change was the large eggcrate grille in an oval opening in the Gran Torinos. The Torino had aggressively flared front fenders, the rear fender line swept up towards the roof, and the windshield had a 60-degree rake. The roofline and A-pillars were thinner without sacrificing structural integrity.
Ford reduced the number of models from 14 to 9. The convertible was discontinued. The Torino remained the entry-level model, but the mid-level Torino 500 was renamed Gran Torino, and the Torino GT became Gran Torino Sport. The Cobra model was discontinued as the Torino line was focused more on luxury than performance.
Can you say survivor? Well that's what this very well cared for 1972 Ford Grand Torino is. Under the hood you'll find a 351ci Cleveland engine that has everything on it as it came from the factory, backed up to the 351 is a three-speed transmission. This car is equipped with power steering, power disc brakes and air conditioning. It is a very rare color code 4S Light Green, with black cloth/vinyl interior. This color wasn't available until 1973, but this was a late production date in July of 1972 which is how it received the light green color. A lot of documentation comes with the car to include the build sheet, warranty ID owner card, warranty facts book, original owner's manual, consumer information sheet, emissions system warranty and maintenance schedules, and the original dealership brochure booklet. The car still has a lot of the assembly line inspection stickers still on it. Check this car out today and buy a true time capsule.