1970 Ford Mustang
Mach 1 VIN# 0T05M154xxx

Price (as is): $7,000.00

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Description:


This is probably one of the most highly optioned cars that we have seen, unfortunately it is also one of the most incomplete 4 bbl shaker Mach 1ís in our inventory. It is somewhat rusty and would need some welding and body panel repair starting with the floor pans, and tail panel. It also needs doors, fenders, hood, etc. Good news - No accidents. In addition to being an AC car with a Shaker hood, this highly optioned Mach 1 had Power Steering, Power Front Disk Brakes, 9'' (3.00:1 Ratio, non locking) Rear end, Deluxe Interior with a Clock, Wood Grain Dash, Black Hi-Back Bucket Seats (Mach I), Fold down rear seat, Pop Open Gas Cap, and Sport Mirrors(Driver Side Remote). Body Code 63C(Mach 1), Interior Code 3A (Black Knitted Vinyl High Back Bucket-Mach 1. The original color was Lime Metallic Paint. When assembled with its original 351 Cleveland 4 bbl engine and FMX automatic transmission, this Mustang that will not only look great, but will handle like a dream. Manufactured on 2/18/1970 at the Metuchen Assembly Plant one day behind schedule.

Equipment:

Item

Original

Current

Engine: 351 4V V8   
Transmission: 3 Speed Auto FMX   
Exterior Color: Lime  Burgandy 
Interior Color: Black  Black, Mach 1 Knitted Vinyl 

 

Front

Back

Brakes: Power Disc  Power Drum 
Seats: High Back Bucket Seats   

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To be sure there are no surprises, this is not a new car, but any defects you find, are all fixable. Please email us if you have any questions, and we will try to respond, by adding updates to this page.

 

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