, I like how the Torino was equpped with the 429/4spd. Noticed the For Sale sign in driver's side rear passenger window of the Torino, was the picture taken right before you bought the car or when you were trying to sell it? !
66 Olds 442
Check out the pic in the link below.
The stock exhaust has the same chrome tips as my 2014 Nox V-6.
The picture was taken around 1978 when I was selling it.
It would sell for a good price now.
It was a blast to drive but it was a beast for my wife to drive.
The clutch had a very strong spring and it did not have power steering.
'63 Pontiac Tempest. 194.5 Cu. Inches. It was actually the 389 engine sliced in half. It had a 2-speed powerglide with the shifter knob next to the ignition hey in the dash. Oh, and had a split transmission with a rear-mounted transaxle and independent rear suspension. Wish I knew more about cars back then to know more about what I had. It had 50-50 weight distribution.
Lee, HD clutch and no PS, a few hints there. If it happened to have the heater delete option the original owner may have put miles on it at 1/4 mile a time. I assume it had what Ford called "traction lok", do you recall the rear gear ratio?