1969 Mustang Mach-1 Resto-Mod
Take a look at this solid, rust-free, true M-code 1969 Mach 1 resto-mod. This car was recently acquired from a private owner that owned the car for over 30 years. It was treated to a full rotisserie restoration and has very few miles since. It is striking in appearance with the exterior repainted in candy apple red with black OEM style Mach 1 knitted vinyl interior. The options include a mildly built 351 Windsor engine with an Edelbrock Performer aluminum intake, Holley 650cfm carb with electric choke, electronic ignition, aluminum finned valve covers and air cleaner, aluminum pulleys, and flex fan. The power is put to the ground with a close ratio 4-speed transmission with Hurst shifter, 9-inch Ford rear axle containing 3:25 gears. The chassis has been upgraded by removing the shock towers and installing a Rod & Custom Motorsports stage-ll Mustang-ll front suspension, including tubular upper and lower control arms, 2-inch drop spindles, heavy duty springs and shocks, upgraded power rack and pinion steering, and sway bar, ECI G.M. style 11-inch power 4-wheel disc brakes, ECI clutch and brake pedal assembly rear sway bar, and heavy duty shocks were also added. The other options include Ididit tilt steering column, Ssnake-Oyl seat belts, Custom Auto Sound AM/FM/MPX stereo, Classic Auto Air heat and A/C, and American Racing Rodder wheels 17X7 (front) with Nitto 225/45ZR17 radial tires and 18X8 (rear) with Nitto255/45ZR18 radial tires. If you’re looking for a fun, driver friendly, resto-mod, please take a look.