1970 Mach 1, M-code Fastback. FULL Rotisserie Restoration. 351-4V Cleveland 5-SPEED
All New: Full drive train installed from the motor to rear end
All New: Full suspension upgrades
All New: Front Clip. Firewall to front bumper
All New: Drivers door, L&R fenders & Shaker Hood
All New: Tremec 5 Speed W/ Hydraulic Clutch System, new clutch/pressure plate, bell housing, flex plate
All New: Fresh Rebuild on 351 4V 350hp Cleveland, with new pistons, cam, bearings, carb, intake, distributor
All New: Front and rear Bumpers, braces, brackets, floor pan, seat platforms, front and rear valances
All New: Hood hinges, springs, shocks, front to back bushings
All New: Door Hinges, Regulators, Latches, posts
All New: Oil pan, stick, fuel pump, water pump, flex fan, radiator
All New: Disk Brakes, rotors, pads, shoes, axle bearings, spindle bearings, and fittings
All New: Torque boxes, brake hanger, brake, and clutch pedal arms, brackets
All New: Fuel tank, fuel indicator, fuel neck, fuel pop open cap
All New: Hurst 5 speed knob and shifter w/ boot
All New: 15" rims and tires so it will roll on to next stop
All New: 9" Aluminum 3.70 - 3rd member - 28 spline LSD/Posi Speedmaster
Extra parts: 1970 Mustang 351C 4V Intake.
1970 Mustang 351 C 4V heads. 0.020 shaved, roller rocker 7/16 stud plus valve guides
reconditioned factory exhaust manifolds on the engine
I have the Mach 1 fender badges as well as the rocker trim.
The body has gone through a thorough rotisserie restoration. Complete rust removal. Media blasted. The entire front of the car is new, along with floor, lower rear quarters, and has been epoxy sealed inside and out, along with original body and aftermarket panels being blocked out by professional. Surface primer, Surface blocked with 320 grit sandpaper two times to end up with a flawless mustang body.
The car is ready to finish. And though it still needs roughly $8 - $10k in interior parts and paint...It can easily be a $50k M Code Mach 1.
It is now a 5 speed with a hydraulic clutch so it has a much nicer setup. 3.70 LSD gives an update to the factory conventional 3.00. And the updated and larger cam makes for approximately 325 to 350 hp instead of factory [email protected] It will be a much quicker car off the line and will also cruise well.
At the time of sale, the price is pretty firm and will include every part listed and some that were not.
I've got way more invested than the price reflects. Please don't ask for a better deal. I guarantee you won't find a better deal on a restored 70 Mach 1 anywhere online.
Schedule a viewing as soon as you can. It might not be here for long as its such a great deal as is. I'm also listing it in many paid add publications.
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