Ford Torino Talladega
Ford was always successful in the NASCAR championship. However, when Dodge started moving in with their specially-prepared Chargers, Ford reacted with its own Aero-warrior model they called the Torino Talladega. The idea behind the Talladega, which Ford named after the NASCAR track, was to take a standard Torino and give it a unique front end.
Next, Ford added a few slippery details to homologate it for the superspeedways. They built a total of 754 Talladegas in a short time, using many of them were for racing.