1969 Ford Torino Talladega

1969 Ford Torino Talladega

Killer muscle car. This awesome 1969 Torino Talladega was build by Rad Rides by Troy for GPT Special. It features badass 529 Boss FX engine [which develops outrageos 740 horses], Big Stuff 3 ECU, Rad Rides digital injection, 5-speed transmission.
The Talladega body was shaved and painted in very very grey nice color. It sits on Art Morrison chassis with C6 Corvette front suspension and Wilwood brakes. George Poteet, the guy that stand behind Rad Rides shop, says that this build is an interpratation of early NASCAR Daytona Holman & Moody design. Killer ride.

 Photos: via streetlegaltv.com

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