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Muscle Car 1969 Ford Torino Cobra Overview


1970 Ford Torino Cobra Sportsroof - Rear left View Photo

Ford Torino 1969 edition is one of the plump muscle car, its users are mostly middle-aged people, its wheelbase distance of about five inches. Designing aero-performance and long tread makes this car worth mentioning as one type of muscle cars that appeared on 1969's era, together with some other muscle car brands.


1970 Ford Torino Cobra - Front Engine Components View

1970 Ford Torino Cobra - Front Left View

1969 Ford Torino V8 engine uses a form by replacing the 428-cid factory output was most recently the 429-cid. Some that characterize Ford Torino is the design of thin-wall construction with the valve head is tilted. Ford Torino Cobra known as the hottest versions ever built as a kind of muscle car.


1970 Ford Torino Cobra - Interior and Wheel Drive View

Some of the features and specifications for the Ford Torino 1969 was a touch of muscle and fat Polyglas F60x15s window width of seven-inch blade with a magnum 500 wheels but it is also equipped with Hurst-shifted, suspension more supple and smooth-as identity dibambahkan Cobra badges on the back .


1970 Ford Torino Cobra - Rear Angle View

While on the 1969 Ford Torino engine using compressed version 10.5:1-360 bhp at 429, Holley 700-cfm four barrel, the head of a different and higher lift cam and shaker scoop that made the Cobra Jet 429 is able to achieve 370 bhp.


In the operation of the engine using a sequencing package on the traction-lok pull 3.91:1. Oil cooling system and a mechanical lifter cam, four electric bolts and forged aluminum. At the beginning promotion featuring the original Boss 429 as an option, although only a few are in pairs.

1970 Ford Torino Cobra Green - Left Side View

1970 Ford Torino Cobra - Twister Special -
rear right view picture

Some interior design intended for high comfort in driving, while on the engine increases engine performance and handling akslerasi and make the machine more aggressive and more powerful by using a few large blocks. All that makes the 1969/1970 Ford Torino became one of its own record in the list of muscle cars.
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3 comments:

Shari Davenport said...

This is titled 1969 Ford Torino Cobra Overview, but every photo is of a 1970 model. Is the title a mistake? There certainly are plenty of photos of 1969 models available, but not one in this article.

Sharid57 said...

As for the car mostly bring driven by "middle aged users," when they were widely available on the open market, I got my 1971 Torino GT SportsRoof, with the 351C-4V 285hp engine for my 21st birthday in 1978, from my husband, and we also knew several other people our age who were driving the "hot ones," not the more sedate models. I'd hardly characterize a 21 year old and her contemporaries as "middle aged drivers!"
There are several sentences in your article with completely unidentifiable words, such as "increases engine performance and handling akslerasi," and "suspension more supple and smooth-as identity dibambahkan" and some questionable grammar.
It might be a good idea to do some proofreading, some spell checking, or even have someone else do it, since a fresh pair of eyes can frequently find problem spots more easily.

Sharid57 said...

As for the car mostly bring driven by "middle aged users," when they were widely available on the open market, I got my 1971 Torino GT SportsRoof, with the 351C-4V 285hp engine for my 21st birthday in 1978, from my husband, and we also knew several other people our age who were driving the "hot ones," not the more sedate models. I'd hardly characterize a 21 year old and her contemporaries as "middle aged drivers!"
There are several sentences in your article with completely unidentifiable words, such as "increases engine performance and handling akslerasi," and "suspension more supple and smooth-as identity dibambahkan" and some questionable grammar.
It might be a good idea to do some proofreading, some spell checking, or even have someone else do it, since a fresh pair of eyes can frequently find problem spots more easily.

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