What car did Hutch Drive in Starsky and Hutch?

Ford Gran Torino
In the 1970s, TV cool cops drove cool cars. Forget diesel Astras driven by pasty dudes in stab vests, we’re talking V8s with men so manly even their chest hair had chest hair. And medallions. Starsky and Hutch, a pair of south Californian detectives, had one of the coolest cop cars of all: a Ford Gran Torino.

How much is a Starsky and Hutch Gran Torino worth?

Auctioned off by “maxmotive” on eBay, the Gran Torino has reached $50,200 with almost four days to go. Reserve hasn’t been met and given that the “buy it now” price is at $109,300, it’s safe to assume that the seller wants a lot more than $50K.

What engine did the Starsky and Hutch Gran Torino have in it?

351 Windsor 351
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Ford Gran Torino (from Starsky & Hutch)
Engine 351 Windsor 351 Modified 400 Modified 460 Lima
Transmission 3-speed automatic
Length 213.6″ (2-door)

Where is the original Starsky and Hutch Torino?

An original production car, this 1974 model year Ford Gran Torino used in the first season on Starsky & Hutch is on display at the Imperial Palace Auto Collection in Las Vegas. There were several Gran Torino’s provided by Ford through the series run from 1974 to 1976.

How much horsepower did Starsky and Hutch Gran Torino have?

435 horsepower
As with its predecessors, more power was needed for stunt driving. The stock engines were replaced with 360 cubic-inch Windsor V8s tuned to produce 435 horsepower. The alloy wheels are shod with modern BFGoodrich Radial T/As. These cars can do 0-60 mph in 5.6 seconds and have a quarter mile time of 14.1 seconds.

What size engine was in the Starsky and Hutch car?

” The Ford Motor Company capitalized on the TV car’s popularity in 1976 when it produced a limited-edition ”Starsky and Hutch” Gran Torino. About 1,000 fans could buy official cosmetic replicas of the show car, fitted with standard 351 Windsor V-8 engines, dual racing mirrors and deluxe bumpers.