1971 Ford Mustang Mach 1. VIN 1F05H224578. Odometer reads 872 miles. Real deal "code 05" Mach 1. Equipped with a balanced/blueprinted 351ci "Windsor" V8 engine, enhanced by a Paxton SN-93 supercharger. C6 automatic transmission. Power steering. Manual SSBC upgraded disc brakes and a 3.00 ratio rear differential. The body is extremely straight and rock solid - finished in the original "code M" white with basecoat / clearcoat paint that looks great. The code 5B blue vinyl Mach 1 interior is equally as nice as the exterior and features custom, white-face gauges in the original instrument cluster. This was originally a factory A/C car but, previous owner removed the A/C components in favor of some horsepower. This Mach 1 runs and drives excellent. It is in fantastic condition mechanically and cosmetically. You will not be disappointed in this one.
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