Our Nashville showroom digitally showcases this stunning 1971 Ford
Mustang MACH 1. Now if you where shopping at a Ford dealership in
1971 the choices in engine sizes for the Mustang ranged from the
classic 302 CID to insane 429 CID. Now if 429 Cubic inches were not
enough, this engine came in two choices, Cobra Jet or Super Cobra
jet. The latter would only come with the "Drag pak" that also had a
very unfriendly rear ring and pinion even with gas running about
.22 cents for 9/10th of a gallon. With Three dog night, Led
Zeppelin and Tom Jones on the air waves pouring through the single
speaker in the middle of the dash and the war in south east Asia on
everybody's mind, someone laid down the cash and drove this
stunning car off the lot. I could (and will) tell you about how
nice the paint is but let's face it, what is under the hood of this
car is what is on your mind. 429 cubic inches is a lot of engine to
stuff between the shock perches of a 1971 MACH 1 for sale, but they
did it and it fills the engine bay to the brim. This numbers
matching (as stated by the owner) '71 MACH 1 comes complete with
the factory big block and C6 3 speed automatic transmission. Kevin
Marti reports that only 177 of these beauties were ever made like
this making this a very special car. This car was factory painted
white but in 1985 someone laid down a slick red paint job that
includes black stripes. A matching interior was added, and a star
is born. This car deserves a special place in a special collection.
Options for this 1971 Mustang MACH 1 include: Air condition, AM/FM
Radio, Cruise control, Power steering and brakes, Seat belts, Posi
traction and Radial tires on Rally rims. This 1971 Ford Mustang
MACH 1 for sale can be seen in greater detail including 100+ HD
pictures and an HD video at www.gatewayclassiccars.com for more
information please call the showroom at 615-213-1800 or email us at
[email protected] Sale held pursuant to permit No.
19289 of department of licenses granted the 14th day of August
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