Mustang fans, this is how you do it right. Start with the
best-looking one of them all, the 1969 Ford Mustang Mach 1. Then
make sure there's plenty of V8 power, a comfy A/C interior, and
restore its distinct paint to a terrific shine. Now you've got the
perfect recipe for some serious vintage fun.
We have $40k in receipts all from the last couple of years that all
show this is one of those cars that impresses you in the details.
They upgraded the paint to the unique New Lime color. It was only
available for two years, and people don't always remember it, so
you have distinction while still holding history. Plus, the
light/bright hue helps all the contrasting blacked-out details
stand out like the full hood treatment, ram air scoop, chin
spoiler, louvered rear window, and rear spoiler. And the
full-length Mach 1 stripe package running down the sides is the
correct reflective strip, and so you'll really take pride in the
details of this one every time headlights hit it at an evening
cruise-in. And it radiates in the daytime, too. The chrome bumpers
look great against the paint, and all the stainless trim has been
polished to be sunshine-ready. And of course, if we're talking
about shine, those 15-inch Mag wheels with pony center caps
certainly grab your attention.
Open the door, and the first thing you'll notice are the high back
bucket seats that have the cool red stripe running across the back.
It makes for a true sports car experience. And the carpeting, dash,
headliner, steering wheel, and gauges, all have the quality feel
that makes this inviting. Detail-oriented means impressing you with
the little things, like the fresh weather-stripping, smooth
wood-like trim, working dome lights, and seeing the turn signals on
the back of the hood scoop light up. Pieces like the AM radio and
dash clock are still in the dash for display pieces to keep the
right vintage look. But pieces like the heater have been upgraded
to a full cold-blowing R134a air conditioning to really make sure
this vintage Mach 1 remains a desirable cruiser for modern
Under the hood is the 351 cubic-inch V8 that has been rebuilt for
both show and go. The long Cobra-style air grabber and matching
finned valve covers are immediate attention grabbers. This is a
1969-correct block that is now topped with a Holley four-barrel
carburetor. It paired with a three-speed automatic transmission
that was pulled and comprehensively serviced in 2021. It makes for
a confident driver that has a great tune from the dual exhaust. And
since you'll want to take this Mach 1 everywhere, you have good
driving features like power steering, power brakes, front discs,
and wide BF Goodrich T/A tires.
The sale comes complete with a deluxe Marti Report and build
receipts. You're looking at a real-deal Mach 1 restored with all
the right distinction, and that's why you know you need to have
this one in your garage. Call today!!!