This 1970 Ford Torino King Cobra 429 is a legend. Build in 1970 as an answer to a Plymouth Superbird and Dodge Daytona. At the pinnacle of American racing history when the true muscle cars were born, and with some crazy powerful engines at the time.
Unfortunately, the King Cobra never saw production because of executive shakeup at Ford and due to NASCAR changing the homologation rules. The 1970 Ford Torino King Cobra 429 stemmed from a brief period of NASCAR in 1969 and 1970 when aerodynamics became the key factor for going faster on the ovals.
Ford powered the King Cobra with a 429 cubic-inch 7.0 liter Boss big-block V8 engine, producing whooping 700 horsepower. This particular King Cobra also is equipped with a 4-speed manual and Hurst shifter on top, Ford 9-inch rear end with 3.50 gear ratio, power brakes and Goodyear Eagle 1 tires.
These were designed to easily reach speeds over 200 mph. As you may know this King Cobra is super rare, with only 3 examples in existence.