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1971 Ford Torino Hardtop Brougham

This Gorgeous TORINO Is Located In Dry Sunny Scottsdale Arizona, Originally From Southern California DSO 71 Until Late 2015...

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For the 1971 model year, Ford limited changes to its intermediate line to minor revisions. The biggest change for 1971 was the decision to drop the Fairlane name from the intermediate line-up all together; the Falcon name would also not return for 1971.
The Torino line-up consisted of 14 models. The base model was now the "Torino", available as a 2-door hardtop, 4-door sedan and 4-door station wagon. Next was the mid-level "Torino 500", available as a 2-door hardtop and SportsRoof, 4-door sedan and hardtop and a 4-door station wagon.

The top of the line Torino remained the "Torino Brougham", available as a 2-door and 4-door hardtop, while the "Torino Squire" remained the station wagon equivalent to the Brougham. The "Torino GT" was offered as a 2-door SportsRoof and convertible, while the "Torino Cobra" was still only available as a 2-door SportsRoof.

The styling was mostly unchanged for the 1971 models, save for minor revisions to trim and the grilles. The grilles on the 1971 Torinos now were divided by a vertical division in the centre of the grille for all models except the Cobra. The Cobra continued to use the same grille as used in 1970. A revised emblem was located on the vertical divider on the grille for all Torinos except the Cobra. The Torino 500, Brougham, Squire wagon and GT models had the Hideaway headlamp option available, which included a unique grille with a less prominent divider bar.

The engine line-up remained almost identical to the 1970 model year, with most models featuring the 250 CID I-6 as standard. Broughams, Squires and GTs continued to have the 302-2V as standard, while the Cobra was downgraded to a 351-4V as its standard engine. High insurance rates for muscle cars, and increasing concerns for emission controls were likely the reason for Ford's changes to its engines. Other manufactures were following suit, including Torino's main competitor Chevrolet's Chevelle, which featured lower compression on all of its 1971 engines, while SS models had the 350 CID 2-barrel as its standard engine. Ram Air induction remained an option on the 351-4V, 429 CJ, and the 429 SCJ.

This Beautiful Torino Is Powered By A Smooth Running 351 CID Engine
Pertronics Ignition System
Newer Edelbrock Four Barrel Carburetor Sitting Atop An Aluminum Edelbrock Intake
New Aluminum Radiator Keeping This Desert Cruiser Nice And Cool
Engine Monitoring With Under Dash Gauge Package
Smooth Shifting Automatic Transmission
Factory Air Conditioning That Has Just Been Completely Rebuilt And Upgraded With Rebuilt Compressor, Dryer, Condenser And Converted To R134
Fully Serviced And Inspected
Power Steering
Power Disc Brakes
Updated Sound System With iPod Connections, 6x9 Rear Speakers
Drivers And Passengers Side Mirrors
Interior Dash Upgraded To LED Lighting

Newer Carpeting
Newer Black Vinyl Interior
Gorgeous Red Base Coat Paint Work Over A SOLID RUST FREE Body
Very Nice Clean Rust Free Bright Work
Rear Deck Spoiler
Newer BFG Radials On Ford Sport Wheels
Black Full Vinyl Top
Crack Free Padded Dash

This TORINO Is Ready To Be Enjoyed At Car Shows And Cruise Nights, FLY IN AND DRIVE IT BACK HOME...

This is a consignment vehicle and the information above was provided by the current owner. We can make no guarantees as to the accuracy of the above information. However, please understand as with all pre-owned automobiles, the described condition is subjective . .

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