1969 Ford Torino GT Hardtop T-Shirt - Women - Side View
1969 Ford Torino GT Hardtop T-Shirt for Women
The 1969 Torino saw some cosmetic changes, and there were quite a few performance oriented changes. Ford performed the typical minor styling adjustments, but overall the 1969 models were similar in appearance to the 1968 models. The grille was revised slightly, and now had a more prominent centre dividing bar, while the taillights were restyled on non-fastback models to be similar to the 1969 Ford full-size cars. Fastbacks retained the 1968-style taillights and rear panel. The number of models produced by Ford increased for 1969, with the two new models being the "Cobra" 2-door SportsRoof and 2-door hardtop. The engine line-up was slightly revised for 1969. Optional engines included the 302 cu in (standard on GTs), the new for 1969 351 cu in Windsor, 390 cu in and the 428 cu in Cobra Jet (standard on Cobras). The 428 CJ was available with or without the Ram Air Induction package, however, those with Ram Air still carried the same advertised power rating. The 428 CJ was no longer the top engine choice; superseded by the 428-4V Super Cobra Jet (SCJ). This engine was specifically designed for drag racing, and it was included with the "Drag Pack" option package. The Cobra was Ford's attempt at making a muscle car package that focused on performance features. As a result, the Cobra came standard with a 428-4V CJ, competition suspension, 4-speed manual transmission and F70-14 tires. The Cobra had a blacked out grille, hood lock pins, and "Cobra" emblems. A hood scoop was standard on Ram Air equipped Cobras, while a non-functional scoop was optional on other Cobras. Early Cobras had a large "Cobra" decal on the front fenders, but this was later replaced with a metal emblem. The Cobra was Ford's response to the successful Plymouth Road Runner, which was a high-performance car at low cost. For this reason, the Cobra had the lesser trim level of the Fairlane 500 to help keep costs low. Road Test magazine wrote the "big engine and whopping torque get the Cobra Jet off the line with smoking tires" in their test of a 1969 Cobra with the Ram Air 428 CJ, four-speed manual, and 3.50 gears. They obtained a 15.07 seconds at 95.74 mph (154.08 km/h) quarter-mile run, however, according to the article, the elapsed time was likely hampered due to the car not being equipped with a tachometer. Road Test reported difficulty with the factory shifter and stated "we would have liked a Hurst shifter, and might have bettered our times with one. The Torino GT was relatively unchanged from 1968. The grille received minor updates, including revised divider bars and the GT emblem moved to the lower left corner of the grille. The 'C' stripe was revised, and now ran in straight lines, rather than following the body line like in 1968. All 1969 Torino GT's came equipped a non-functional fibreglass hood scoop that had turn signal indicators at the rear of the scoop. This scoop was functional if the 428-4V and Ram Air induction options were specified. The hood scoop could also be deleted from the GT for a credit. Although the Torino GT could be optioned to include all of the Cobra's performance features, the GT was a more upscale vehicle which had the more deluxe Torino trim. Ford Torino production decreased for 1969, and a total of 129,054 units were produced. Including Fairlane production, 366,911 cars were produced, slightly down from the 1968 numbers. Torino GTs were the majority of Torinos produced, accounting for 81,822 units produced. Ford did not provide separate production number for the Cobra.
A game of subtle lights and shadows reveal the magnificent curves of the body of the 1969 Ford Torino GT Hardtop, a Legendary American muscle car. Detailed and harmonious, the artistic illustration grabs the essence of one of the most influential vehicles of the 20th century. Printed in front of the tee, it contrasts magnificently with any chosen colors of the t-shirt. Refine, stylish, and elegant this is the perfect wear for any occasion and to show your passion. The 1969 Ford Torino GT Hardtop is a true Legend that lives forever as you proudly wear it on your Woman Short Sleeve T-Shirt.
The featured original artwork has been printed on a high-quality 4.5 oz 100% pre-shrunk combed ringspun cotton t-shirt. Its soft feel and fashion fit make it so comfortable to wear.
Features: Seamless collarette, Taped shoulder-to-shoulder, Double-needle stitching on sleeves and bottom hem, Side seamed, Classic semi-contoured silhouette, Tear off label
It is available in Black, Chocolate, City Green, Hot Pink, Light Blue, Light Pink, Navy & Steel Blue
in sizes S - M - L - XL - 2XL
This product is designed, printed & packed in the USA.
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