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1975 75 Ford TORINO BROCHURE Brougham Gran Hardtop

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  • Our 1975 Gran Torino Brougham bench seat upholstery patterns were created using Ford originals and are sewn using high quality Corinthian grain material and Ruffino grain inserts with vertical patterns sewn as original. This seat is an accurate reproduction made to replace your original upholstery.

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  • We’re back with our regular Wednesday feature, Hollywood Classic Cars. Recently we featured cars like the and . Today we feature the 1975 Ford Gran Torino from the TV Show “Starsky and Hutch”.

    We’re back with our regular Wednesday feature, Hollywood Classic Cars. Recently we featured cars like the and . Today we feature the 1975 Ford Gran Torino from the TV Show “Starsky and Hutch”.

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  • Stock Number: VL884212N
    Fits: 1975 Ford Gran Torino
    55 amp; 60 and 61 amp
    Description: Alternator
    60 AMP, EXTERNAL REGULATOR
    Condition: Very Good  
    Warranty: 1-Year
    Shipped From: Portland, Oregon Yard
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    There was a 75 Gran Torino wagon still operating in my hometown (NW Ohio) up until a few years ago. It held up surprisingly well…not sure what happened to it. Back then, I preferred it to the string of late-70’s Country Squires my parents had.

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1975–1976 Gran Torinos were used in the popular TV series . The producers needed a flashy specialty car for the main characters to drive. Since Ford was the lease supplier for on-screen cars through their Studio-TV Car Loan Program, eventually it was decided by the producers that a bright red 1975 Gran Torino two-door would be the vehicle of choice for the pilot episode. To make the Torino less mundane, a large white vector stripe was added. Aluminum 5-slot mag wheels and larger rear tires replaced the stock wheels and tires, and air shocks were added to give the car an aggressive rake. The television show became quite popular with the public, and much of that popularity was centered on the star Torino. Ford couldn't help but take notice to the public's interest in the "Starsky and Hutch" Torino, and decided to introduce a replica version of the TV car.