The following series of pictures come from fellow Yahoo Torino Club member Dan "Torinobros" Griffith from Anaheim California. Dan writes "Howdy Mike , Howzit ? The site's lookin' KILLER ! ! ! Can't believe I never sent ya any pics of my cars . Anyways , here's some of the green 72 . It sports a 377 4V Cleveland , C6 trans w/ a 3100 rpm stall converter , and a 9 inch w/ a 31 spline Detroit Locker . It runs 13.30's @ 102.7 mph and iz driven everyday ( rain or shine ) . My old man owned the car since it wuz new . More pics of my other cars to follow . Dan ( torinobros ) Griffin Anaheim , Ca"
This iz my red 72 fastback - sportin a factory 429 - 4V , c6 , and a 2.75 geared trac loc 9 inch . It's a non - a/c car w/ power windows , buckets and console , and rear window defroster . Dan
This iz my 70 GT Convert - 351C - 4V , C6 w/ 2500rpm stall , and stock 3.00 geared , peg leg 9 inch . Global West negative camber front suspension , includes relocated tubular upper "A" arms , boxed lower control arms , lowered springs and a 1 inch sway bar . Lowered rear leaf springs , '69 Torino wagon spring plates allow for use of late model F-150 shocks ( stiffer than stock shocks ) . The handeling iz unbelievable ! ! ! Future plans call for a 3.89 gear , trac - loc , and a 5 speed trans . Dan
Thanks Dan for the great pictures. It's hard enough trying to have 1 great Torino, let alone 3 !!!! They look great, and I guess in sunny California you have enough time to drive them....but how do you choose which one to drive??