1971 FORD MUSTANG MACH I for sale. Motorcar Classics is now
offering this fully-restored 1971 Ford Mustang Mach I Sports Roof
fastback featured in Grabber Green with Black interior. This is an
original North Carolina car that was professionally restored for a
Mustang enthusiast. This was a rotisserie restoration starting from
a media-blasted body shell with new floors, quarter panels, and
front fenders. The engine is a DOAE coded 351 4-bolt main 71 Boss
motor that was rebuilt by a NASCAR shop as a 394CI stroker with
Crane roller rockers, high flow oil pump, big cam, Carter AFB
competition carb, and numerous other high quality updated
components. It has a rebuilt top-loader 4-speed with Hurst shifter
and an aluminum high performance driveshaft. The 9-bolt rear runs
3:50 positraction with heavy-duty axles and rear disc brakes. The
car was built to drive, so a completely new front end was installed
including A-frames, spindles, disc brakes, steering box. Heavy-duty
shocks and springs. The rear has new leaf springs and bushings. All
the rubber components were replaced and there are four NOS 1971
Mustang mag wheels with radial tires. Further components include
new 4-pass aluminum radiator, alternator, power steering pump, and
HD motor mounts. The engine runs ceramic coated headers with
Flowmaster mufflers. The car is fully sorted with hundreds of
shakedown miles by the professional who spent 18 months putting the
project together. This is a stock-looking very fast road car that
you can drive or show with pride.
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