Powerful pony cars finished in red are always in style. But more
than just the right look, this 1970 Ford Mustang Mach 1 has some
nice extras, like cold-blowing air conditioning and many recent
investments in keeping feeling solid on the road. It makes for a
bold classic that you really get to enjoy.
We love a good Mach 1 like this because its sinister side is always
taking center stage. It starts up front with the big chin spoiler,
hood twist locks, hood scoop, and bold black stripe package. The
aggressive look continues on the length of the car with the black
lower body moldings. And the rear continues the dark side look
against the red with the blackout rear panel, Mach 1 striping, and
full-width rear spoiler. You're going to particularly take notice
of the best features on this one because there have been solid
investments within about the last year to make sure this really
showcases the best details. That means areas like freshly painted
Mach 1 badging, a new center gas cap, and new Scott Drake mag
wheels. Plus, the 1970 Mustang is the one a lot of us are after. It
has a distinctive single-year front end. This gets the full classic
package correct, right down to pieces like the freshly upgraded
shining chrome bumpers.
All the black accents of the exterior get you ready for the black
interior. High-back bucket seats, a fold-down rear seat, and a
center console give this the right classic sporty feeling. Plus,
all the wood-like trim is a reminder a Mach 1 is both vintage and
premium. But there are also some nice modern upgrades. The AM/FM/CD
stereo w/USB input and cold-blowing R134a air conditioning w/new
compressor make this a nice all-day cruiser. And the upgraded
wood-rimmed sports steering wheel gives you a clear view of the
This M-code Mustang has the proper 351 cubic-inch Cleveland V8
under the hood. Not only does this have the look of power, but it
also has the upgrades to back it up. This includes a Holley
four-barrel carburetor, an aluminum intake, and a full MSD ignition
package. It fires up nicely and makes a sweet sound out of the dual
exhaust. As you look at the undercarriage photos, you'll spot newer
bushings and shocks to keep this feeling solid on the road. And
because we've mentioned the features that make it great for keeping
comfortable all day behind the wheel, you'll also appreciate easy
driving features like the three-speed automatic transmission, power
steering, and power brakes w/discs up front.
This is a true Mach 1 that was built to be driven. So if you know
the value of an upgraded V8 classic like this, then you don't want
to let this Mustang slip away. Call now!
1970 Ford Mustang
Location:Concord, North Carolina
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