Maxmotive proudly presents the sinister 1970 Ford Mustang Mach 1
Black Edition, available now from our Boca Raton Florida showroom.
This classic Mustang has been fortified with 477 cubic inches of
big block Ford with Dove heads and intake, plus a Sig Erson cam
that was custom ground specifically for this application. The
suspension is updated with a Mustang II rack & pinion and coilover
shocks and it's lowered for just the right attitude. Coilovers and
a multi-link setup keep the rear under control. The Black Edition
look starts with high gloss black exterior paint augmented with
matte black treatment on the hood, grille, emblems, bumpers, deck
lid, and taillight panel. The Larry Shinoda designed spoilers and
sport slats are flat black as well, just as they were on optioned
out Mach 1s or Boss 302s. The drivetrain is stout, starting with
the 12-inch L&L flywheel, and a Borg-Warner T-10 4-speed manual
transmission and Hurst shifter with T-handle transmitting the
torque to a 9-inch Ford rear with 3.25 gears. The interior is stock
Mach 1 but also with a black-out treatment, save for the beautiful
wood rim 3-spoke Mach 1 steering wheel. A Pioneer head commands
powered Focal speakers with Mosconi amplification to fill the cabin
with sound, although there's a 2.5-inch custom exhaust system that
bellows some great tones as well. The braking system is up to the
task utilizing SSBC 4-wheel power disc brakes with drilled and
slotted rotors, plus an E-Stopp electric emergency brake. Staggered
19-inch Niche wheels finish the foreboding looks of the car
mounting 255 and 285 Nitto Invo tires. An exciting blend of
old-school hot rodding and new-school technology, the 1970 Ford
Mustang Mach 1 Black Edition respects the classic heritage but with
a murdered-out modern attitude.
1970 Ford Mustang
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