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1969

Ford Mustang

Mach 1
$65,900
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If you are interested in a nicely restored Mach 1 that rips it, this car will make your day.

  • Year: 1969
  • Make: Ford
  • Model: Mustang
  • Submodel: Mach 1
  • Mileage: 3,049
  • Color: Silver
  • Interior: Black

Built as a Pro-Touring car, this 1969 Mustang Mach 1 has 3000 miles on a rotisserie restoration. It’s sharp looking, powerful, fully sorted, and ready to enjoy. 

 

The body was stripped down and refinished in a two-stage silver paint. It’s slick and has a nicely sanded and buffed clear coat. Open the hood and you’ll find a detailed engine compartment, and the undercarriage has been refinished in all-new black paint as well. The interior is redone with all new seat covers and a nice, accurate set of Autometer gauges. You’ll also find a tilt steering column and contemporary stereo set up. 

 

The front end was built with Mustang II style suspension components, which provide better geometry and add a nice feeling steering rack. Also beefing up the front suspension are upper and lower tubular control arms, and of course all new bushings. Stiffening up the body are a set of subframe connectors, and outback you’ll find a 9” and leaf springs. Bringing the Mustang to a stop are a set of 4-wheel disc brakes.

 

The engine is a full roller 351 with Trick Flow heads, an Edelbrock intake, a Demon carb, an MSD Pro-Billet distributor. The engine exhales through a set of ceramic-coated shorty headers and dual exhaust out the back with FlowMaster mufflers. Keeping the engine cool is an aluminum radiator, and the front-drive setup is from March. The engine makes almost 500 HP and is a blast to drive around town. 

 

Specs:

  • Mustang II front end
  • Tubular upper and lower control arms
  • Power rack and pinion
  • Front sway bar
  • Sub-frame connectors
  • 4-wheel disc brakes
  • 17” front/18” rear Shelby-American Racing wheels
  • Full roller 351 engine -500 HP
  • Trick Flow aluminum heads
  • Edelbrock aluminum intake
  • March Pulleys and brackets
  • Demon carburetor
  • Ceramic shorty headers
  • Aluminum radiator
  • Tilt steering column
  • Autometer Pro Comp gauges
  • 4-speed transmission
  • 9” posi rear end

 

If you are interested in a nicely restored Mach 1 that rips it, this car will make your day.