Offered for sale is a gorgeous M code 1970 Mach 1 351-4V Cleveland engine. We acquired the car from the widow of the second owner who purchased it in 1979. South Carolina Car!!
Replaced with a new period correct 351 Cleveland 4V engine, in 2010 during its restoration
74000 actual miles
325 posi rear end
New clutch and pressure plate
It has been finished in the correct code D, Competition Yellow paint with the factory black hood stripe and rear window louvers. The paint is very nice and has been color sanded to perfection!! The body is gorgeous! Beautiful lines and fittment throughout!
The interior is in excellent shape. Carpet is in good condition. Headliner is tight. All courtesy lights work, all dash lights work, no cracks in the dash, all gauges work, front and rear seat belts, aftermarket gauges, center console is in nice condition and the door jambs are nice as well.
This Mach 1 was ordered with all the right equipment to make it a true muscle car! Factory Shaker hood, power front disc brakes, AM radio, black hood stripe, detailed trunk with mat, spare tire and lug wrench.
Very clean body
Body shows excellent
The chrome and bright work all shows well
A closer inspection reveals an all original body, excellent floors, under carriage, trunk and sheet metal.
EVERYTHING works on this car! Headlights, back-up lights, interior lights, wipers, turn signals and horn
This fine example of American Muscle car history has been well maintained and preservered. This is one classic you can drive anywhere and be proud!
Please call for more details 330-606-3026
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