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The Ford Torino was a subtle muscle car. It didn't overpower you in its looks with tons of splashy graphics and body gadgets but it was just as powerful and influential as any muscle car out there. The Ford Torino came around in the late '60s and did so with simple lines and brutal horsepower. The Ford big block was an asphalt shredder as well as a NASCAR terror. The Ford Torino was dominant on the superspeedway's of NASCAR. Its shape lent itself to the big tracks of the south with its aerodynamic abilities and big, big horsepower. It simply powered its way to win after win with legendary names like the Wood Brothers at the helm. It wasn't a slouch on the street or strip either. As said before the Ford Torino was an understated muscle car but it still caught the eye of many a young driver and developed a cult following. Now even though the Ford Torino had big time muscle and was built into a big time race car it was also a great street car and one of the things you need in a great street car is a radio. Not just something that can tune into your local stations but something that can really make some noise, good noise. But the Ford Torino didn't have a great stereo. So what should you do if you have a Torino and want a good sounding system? You get over to Vintage Car Radio and take a look at all there systems built specifically for your Ford Torino. They carry all the best of the best including radios from the likes of Custom Autosound, Ken Harrison, Out of Sight Audio, RediRad and Stereo Conversion. So do yourself a favor and get over to Vintage Car Radio and get your Torino in gear.