This 1971 Ford Mustang Mach 1 Cobra Jet is that ideal mix of big
investments, cool distinction, and big block power. We have the
detailed Marti Report showing how this restored coupe was born a
J-code Cobra Jet car, and you get to control it with
four-on-the-floor. So look over all the details, but you already
know this is a true in-demand classic from the first moment it
caught your glance.
The factory-correct Grabber Lime paint is exactly how you want a
distinct classic to be. After all, it's the kind of color that
looks like it could glow in the dark. It has a beautiful luster and
a slick shine that lets you know there have been solid investments
here. In fact, the car has been through a multi-year full
restoration that concluded around 2013, and then the car was
painted around 2015. But even with the bright green, this one has a
well-coordinated dark side thanks to the Mach 1 package. It starts
up front with the chin spoiler, grille, and blackout hood insert
that really draws your attention to the dual air scoops. It
continues the length of the car with the black lower body moldings,
correct Mach 1 badging, and the iconic hockey stick stripe. More
correct striping a full-width rear spoiler finishes off the look.
And you'll appreciate more sporty details, everywhere from the hood
twist locks to the pony center caps in the Magnum 500 wheels. The
result is a classic that's bold, mean, straight, and striking.
The interior is another exercise in the right original elements -
right down to the AM radio with 8-track that's still there for
display. And those white high-back bucket seats with silver inserts
add distinction and balance to the black elements of the interior.
A powerful Mach 1 like this really wants to put the driver at the
center of it all. That's why you have desirable features, like the
armrest center console, rim-blow steering wheel with wood-like
trim, full gauges w/large tach, and a Hurst shifter.
Another reason why you want a later-model first-gen Mustang is
because of the engine bay. They figured out how to get a serious
big block power in this pony, which makes it a true muscle machine.
It's something we all love to see. The Marti Report tells us this
was born a J-code car with the Drag Pack, and so that makes this
one of the rare 429 Super Cobra Jet cars. So that's why the
restoration made sure to get the engine bay looking so good on this
period-correct replacement 429 cubic-inch V8. That's why you see
the correct Holley four-barrel carburetor, bright blue components,
ribbed valve covers, and gasket sealing the air grabber to the
fresh air hood scoops. It even has the correct factory-style
decals! Best of all, you have full control thanks to the four-speed
manual transmission. And as you look at the undercarriage photos,
you can see there were nice investments in keeping this fresh.
Plus, add in the power steering, power brakes, front discs, and
wide BF Goodrich T/As, and soon you see that this powerful pony is
also a great all-around cruiser.
The sale comes complete with a reproduction window sticker, owner's
manual, and a deluxe Marti Report for you to see its low-number
rarity. A restored J-code Mach 1 like this has an awesome presence
and the big V8 to back it up. So you know this is one classic you
don't want to let get away. Call today!!!