Born to move, wheel, swing, streak, impress, dazzle, whirl, soar, and ride, ride, ride, the original brochure proudly stated for the 1969 Ford Torino GT Convertible you see here.
This car has 66,000 original miles on the clock and has had a repaint in the Original Cinnamon Metallic paint.
The Torino was introduced in 1968, was actually part of the Fairlane Series and enjoyed all of the Fairlane 500 trim and was positioned just above it.
The GT package added GT handling suspension, air scoop, styled steel wheels, belted wide-oval white sidewall tires, plus stripes and special identification. The convertible was only available with the GT package.
Inside this car we have a stunning two-tone Ivory and White vinyl interior with optional (and rare) bucket seats and center console.
Power comes from the original 302 cubic inch V8 producing 200 horsepower (standard on the GTs). This is paired with a Cruise-O-Matic automatic transmission. The latter being a $222 option.
The '69 Ford Torino has a wheelbase of 116" with overall length of 201.1" and is 74.8" wide.
Ford produced 2,552 Torino GT Convertibles for the 1969 model year at a base price of $3,073. In addition to the options mentioned above, this particular car also has optional power steering ($100) and power brakes ($65) and was built in the Lorain, OH assembly plant.
This car is currently for sale on eBay. (follow the link for even more photos)