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Ford Gran Torino Sport 351 Cleaveland Fastback specs

Car type Coupe
Curb weight 1778 kg (3920 lbs)
Dimensions 5.27 m (207 in) long, 2.01 m (79 in) wide, 1.32 m (52 in) high
Wheelbase 2.90 m (114 in)
Introduced 1972
Origin country United States
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0 - 100 kph7.3 s
0 - 60 mph6.9 s
Top speed226 kph (140 mph)

Powertrain specs

Engine type Ford Cleveland 335-series 351C V-8
Displacement 5.8 l (351 ci / 5752 cc)
Power 251 ps (248 bhp / 185 kw) @ 5400 rpm
Torque 405 Nm (299 lb-ft) @ 3800 rpm
Power / liter 44 ps (43 hp)
Power / weight 141 ps (139 bhp) / t
Torque / weight 228 Nm (168 lb-ft) / t
Transmission Ford 3.25 4 Speed (3.25 ratio)
Layout front engine, rear wheel drive
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saxy  7y ago

If parking was not so god damn expensive id buy a few old cars myself

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Shaggy  7y ago

I'd drive it. I love old cars. Most new cars are poorly build using cheap plastic and paper thin metal. This Gran Torino is from a time when cars were built right. Plus I love that styling and the sound of an American V8.

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FastestLaps  7y ago


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Bowen Liee   7y ago

The fact about this car is that it is a old car so it does not drive very well so if I buy a car I would not buy it.


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De C  8m ago

Your have never driven a Gran Torino then the power steer always you turn the the wheel with a pinkie, and the front disc power brakes stop on a dime the interior is very room I have two of them one restored, one original hardly that was hardly driven, if your ever in Az I would let you drive it to see how well a 49 year old car can handle it’s quite amazing. The one out there that don’t handle well are probably worn out and need restoration.

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Jim  4m ago @De C

Listen to this guy. I had one in the 70’s, it would run with anything. Spedo buried at 125 and you could do that in 3rd gear.