1973 Ford Mustang Mach I Fastback Resto-mod
Over $115k in Receipts
2nd Generation Coyote Engine
Ford Racing World Class T-5 Transmission
One of a Kind American Muscle
Being offered is a 1973 Mach I (Marti Report verified) restomod that is nothing less than spectacular. This vehicle has been built to a very high standard and a turn of the key let’s you know this is not your average pony car. This ride features a drive line that makes this car exciting to drive from the 2nd generation Coyote engine producing 435 horsepower linked to a Ford Racing T-5 transmission that gives you command of this awesome ride. The rumble from the exhaust demands attention and with a switch of the switch you can open up the exhaust making this vehicle sound as good as it looks. Drive train work was completed by Paul’s automotive and engineering (well known Mustang expert in Cincinnati) This car is so nice it is really hard to explain, in person it is flat out awesome, extreme attention to detail including over $115k in reciepts. Please do not hesitate to call with questions or to schedule and appointment to see this incredible vehicle as it will only take one person to look at this car before it is gone, Tom 513 608-8121.
The exterior of the car is flat out stunning, the vehicle features high gloss competition orange paint that is excellent on a body that is laser straight straight. This vehicle features the very popular fastback lines with the complete Mach I striping package and some professionally added carbon fiber striping that sets this car off!! The chrome and all trim on the car is in new or like new condition. The vehicle is equipped with an awesome set of American Racing wheels, 15X8 in the front and 15X10 in the rear, with an awesome set of Mickey Thompson Sportsman tires, p245 60R15’s in the front and massive p295 60R15’s in the rear. All lights and lenses are crack free, very bright, and are in good working order. The vehicle has dual exhaust with awesome chrome extensions. The exterior of the car is very impressive. All of the attention to detail has been taken care of on this vehicle. Please don’t hesitate to call with any questions, Tom 513 608-8121.
The interior of the car is as nice as the exterior. This vehicle features a new set of awesome sports bucket TMI seats that add to the muscle car feel of this car. The entire interior of the vehicle has been gone through with new deluxe wood grain door panels, new arm rests, new carpet and new sun visors. Another highlight of the car is the Hurst 5-Speed floor shifter (this was an original 4-speed car). The original dash on the vehicle is in excellent shape and features a functional factory tachometer. The vehicle has all new weather stripping. The vehicle is equipped with a remote driver side rear view mirror. The trunk of the car is very clean and solid and comes with an original style spare tire, wheel, and a jack, as the pictures show the trunk is excellent. All window glass on the vehicle is excellent. Overall, as the pictures indicate, the interior of the car is show condition and really gives the car a crisp and fresh appearance.
Mechanically this car stands out in the crowd, it is equipped with the awesome 2nd Generation Coyote 5.0L engine with 435 horsepower out of the box. The powertrain work was professionally installed by Paul’s automotive and engineering. On top of that this vehicle is equipped with the smooth shifting Ford Racing World Class T-5 5-Speed manual transmission with a center force dual friction clutch. The vehicle is equipped with a 3:70 rear end with posi-traction. The vehicle is equipped with a flaming river steering column with rack and pinion power steering. The vehicle has a be cool aluminum radiator. The engine compartment is highly detailed. The vehicle is equipped with power front and rear disc brakes with ceramic pads that stop the vehicle without issue. The vehicle has received a complete front suspension rebuild with a front sway bar and big block front coil springs. The vehicle has new rear leaf springs. The undercarriage of the car has been cleaned and painted and is in excellent shape. The vehicle is equipped with new 2 1/2” exhaust with flow master mufflers. The vehicle is equipped with a set of Doug Thorley electric exhaust cut-outs, the car sounds amazing with the exhaust open or closed. This vehicle is a joy to drive with plenty of power and a smooth shifting transmission that sends you down the highway with a smile. The vehicle starts, runs, drives, and stops without issue. This has to be one of the coolest 1973 Mach I mustangs in the world, it is truly spectacular and has the power train to back up the muscle car look and stance. Take a look at the photos and call with any questions, Tom 513 608-8121.
This vehicle will be sold with an original owners manual..
The title on this vehicle reads non- actual miles, the odometer reads 24,659 miles at the time of this listing.
Muscle Cars of this quality are very hard to come by and the fast back Mustangs are some of the hottest vehicles on the market. If you have any questions about this vehicle please contact Tom at (513) 608-8121.
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