Why The Underappreciated Ford Torino Is Cooler Than You Remember – SlashGear

In 1968, Ford released the Torino as a high-end package upgrade to the Fairlane, a full-sized car it’d been making since 1955. In two short years, it had become such a hit that the Blue Oval decided to retire the Fairlane name — which had existed for seven generations and included station wagons, two-door hardtops, and convertible – and turn the Torino into its own line of automobiles. The Torino tag comes from the city of Turin, Italy, often called ‘the Italian Detroit.’ Interestingly enough,

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