From Owner: The 1972 Gran Torino has become one of the most sought after muscle cars for the 70's after the release of the Clint Eastwood movie "Gran Torino". This rust free example is in excellent condition, traveling only 76K miles since new. It is a true survivor. Sold to Owner #1 by Northgate Ford of Tampa, Florida on December 28,1971, this car has remained in the Tampa Bay area its entire life. It is a three owner car and in excellent mechanical and cosmetic condition, ready for its next owner. Very nice dual stage repaint in the original Bright Red. Correct factory laser stripe and brand new Black vinyl top. Rare high back bucket seat / console option. New custom Black and Red vinyl interior. Brand new carpet due to fading of the original.. Very nice chrome and stainless trim. Factory air conditioning. Equipped with original 400 cubic inch, S Code engine that has been rebuilt and automatic transmission. Garage kept, pampered, and serviced, this car could not be nicer. This car has been refreshed, detailed and ready to drive or show. 100% laser straight, rust and accident free sheet metal. Excellent dual stage repaint in correct Bright Red. Correct factory GT Sport laser stripe. Factory high back buckets and console option. Very nice custom Black and Red interior and door panels. Very nice original chrome and soft trim throughout. Rebuilt original 400 engine - Edlebrock manifold and 4BBL carb. Factory original C-6 automatic transmission. Factory air conditioning. Factory gauge package with tach. Power steering and brakes. Optional HD suspension package. Factory wheels and white letter radial tires. Factory AM/FM stereo radio.