Listings for used Ford Gran Torinos for sale nationwide can be found online at Autoblog and ClassicCars.com. As of March 2015, Autoblog had nine listings, and ClassicCars.com had seven listings.
The Ford Motor Company produced the Ford Torino from 1968 to 1976, but Gran Torinos were made from 1972 to 1976. The 1972 Gran Torino was a redesign of the Torino 500. The Torino Brougham became a package option for the Gran Torino, and the Torino GT became the Gran Torino Sport. The 1972 Gran Torino model introduced a small, eggcrate grill centered in the front and chrome bezels on the headlights, and it came in two-door and four-door versions. From 1973 on, the Torino had a more rectangular-looking front in response to federal regulations that stated front bumpers had to withstand an impact of 5 miles per hour without damage to safety-related components. In 1974, the same regulation applied to rear bumpers, so they also underwent a redesign.
As of March 2015, prices for Gran Torinos ranged from $7,000 to $18,000 on ClassicCars.com and from $5,000 to $33,700 on Autoblog. They come in colors such as green, red and blue. Sometimes the misleading term Grand Torino is used in listings of both Torinos and Gran Torinos, but this is not a term the Ford Motor company used.