I guess the most interesting example would be Chassis # CSX2287 (the original). It is the only one that was entirely built at the Shelby workshops in Venice. It has an extensive race pedigree having run at Daytona, Sebring, Reims, Spa Francorchamps, Oulton Park TT, Le Mans and the Tour de France. It was driven by Chris Amon, Dave MacDonald, Bob Holbert, Jo Schlesser, Phil Hill, Jochen Neerpasch, Innes Ireland, André Simon, Maurice Dupeyron, Bob Johnson and Tom Payne. Then it was taken to Bonneville and set 25 USAC/FIA world records in November 1965, driven by Craig Breedlove, Bobby Tatroe and Tom Greatorex. Then it was sold to music producer Phil Spector, who occasionally used it on L.A. roads. By the mid-70s the car had disappeared and was presumed lost. After 30 odd years, it was re-discovered in a storage unit in California, after its then current owner had committed suicide. It is the only unrestored example of the lot. Is that the one to model, or what?
In regular scale, the AMT kit is the only game in town. But it is a 2-door hardtop and thus would require rescribing of the doors, door handles, and a different roof. With all that Supernatural thingy going on, I'm a bit puzzled as to why the resin guys haven't jumped on it yet. However, if scale doesn't matter, a 1/18 model is made by Greenlight in their Artisan line.
Each car is unique and the differences aren't even subtle in some cases. Also, being raced, each car went through the usual metamorphose of changes/improvements/repairs/bodging up/adapting to rules from one event to another. They were far from mint in the end, some were downright battered. Your best option is to select a specific chassis # and specific event and try to replicate that.
As one can read on the front bumper, the car was entered in the 1976 Le Mans event. It was owned by NASCAR privateer Junie Donlavey, who shared the driving chores with Richard Brooks and Dick Hutcherson. Starting from the 55th (and last) spot, it lasted into the 11th hour, when the gearbox failed. It was thus not classified. A second Torino was supposed to run in that race, the Holman - Moody prepared 1975 car, that had already participated in the Daytona 24h. However, this was cancelled due to John Holman passing away.