Stk#161 1969 Ford Mustang Mach I
Marti Report included. Believed to be 73K actual miles, garage kept, M code car, numbers matching car. Rotisserie restoration.
Painted a beautiful Red B/C - C/C that is straight and slick with black hood and strips with new door handles, all the emblems, Rocker panel moldings, drip rail moldings-polished, window moldings polished, wiper arms polished, all glass, all rubber all are new. Side marker lights, taillights, front & rear bumpers, gas cap, back up lights, Mach I striping, antenna, dual outside mirrors are all new. The rims and BF Goodrich radial T/A white letter tires are new. The rear window louvers like new. The rear spoiler is like new. The front spoiler is like new. The stainless hood pins are new. The grill, head lights and trim and hood trim are all new. This is a real beauty.
All new Black interior with Red stripe on front buckets, black padded dash. The dash cluster woodgrain is new. The clock and cluster is woodgrain and new. Philco radio & woodgrain cluster is new. There is a new heater controls panel and woodgrain face and a new console with woodgrain face. Automatic shifter, Rim Blow steering wheel and center woodgrain, door panels with woodgrain inserts, door lights, window cranks and door
handles are all new. The remote mirror, brake and gas pedals, kick panels, sill plates, door rubber, black carpet with red rubber, head liner and sun visors, seat belts, fold down back seat, rear view mirror are all new. Looks new inside and is beautiful!
Powered by the original #'s matching engine 351 Windsor with 290 HP, 4-barrel Holley carb, Automatic transmission, original to the car. Edelbrock aluminum intake, chrome Ford Racing valve covers and air cleaner, factory exhaust manifolds, power steering pump, new radiator, all new hoses and belt. Power brake booster, chrome coil with Ford Blue Racing plug wires. Braided fuel line, fender wells and firewall Black gloss. Everything under the hood is detailed. New dual exhaust. Original rear end 3:25 gear. Drives and handles great! Sounds great! Visit our website at www.ecoastcc.com for more info.