The Ford Torino Cobra Coupe 1970 is an iconic muscle car packed with style and bristling with power. Its design is sleek and aggressive with a signature long, low profile and a wide, intimidating stance. It has a two-door hardtop body style, the hood being fed air from two large hood scoops that give it an impressive performance look. Boasting a bright 3-color paint job, it's easy to be mesmerized by the deep angling of the grille and chrome detailing. Under the hood is a 428 Cobra Jet V-8 engine, tuned for 375 hp and plenty of torque. The powertrain includes a selection of either a 3-speed manual or 4-speed manual transmission. The suspension is also highly capable, with upper and lower control arms. And the stylish wide-bladed racing wheels with chromed-out center caps ensure you'll stand out from the pack. The interior is equipped with an array of special features. The low-bottomed bucket seats are wrapped in luxurious black leather, and both the front and back seats offer an excellent level of comfort and support. Additionally, there is a full range of gauges to monitor the performance of the engine. The Cobra sports a chrome-trimmed instrument panel, complete with retro-style round gauge clusters, a wood-grain dashboard, and a wood-grain steering wheel. The Ford Torino Cobra Coupe 1970 is truly an exceptional car, delivering a smooth, luxurious ride with plenty of power and style. It is truly a timeless classic that will never go out of style.
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