A clean style, terrific details, and V8 power all come together on
this 1970 Ford Mustang Mach 1.
You're looking at a 1970 official Ford color called Grabber Blue
that was named after the way it grabs your attention. It is an
upgrade later in life, but the way it has a single-stage
application and a touch of aged-in style makes it look like this
was done at the factory. So many people will think you have a
glossy survivor, and we won't even charge you extra to keep the
secret. But even with the bright blue, this one has a more sinister
side. It starts up front with the chin spoiler, hood pins, bold
black stripe package with callouts built right in, and of course,
the hood scoop. It continues the length of the car with the black
lower body moldings with correct Mach 1 badging. Plus, the back has
a blackout rear panel and a big spoiler. There's no missing those
iconic Magnum 500 wheels. They go with everything from the shining
chrome bumper to the polished dual exhaust tips.
The interior is the right mix of vintage and upgrades. You get
great classic details, like the working courtesy lights and plenty
of wood-like trim. There are joined by the right modern updates
like the AM/FM/CD stereo with USB input and upgraded gauges with
tach. And it's built to be a driver's classic with high-back bucket
seats, a center console, and a nice grip on the dual-spoke steering
This is an H-code coupe with a correct-style 351 cubic-inch V8
block. You also have the right look of a classic with the bold blue
block and Powered by Ford valve covers. But this one also has the
right look for an upgraded machine. After all, the bracer bar
across the engine bay looks great and is truly functional. The V8
inhales deeper with a Holley four-barrel carburetor, and it exhales
with added power and authority as headers feed the dual exhaust. It
has the feeling of a solid driver, and that's also thanks to
features like power steering, grippy modern sport tires, and a
smooth-shifting three-speed automatic transmission.
Complete with the Marti Report, this is a great way to get an
awesome style and plenty of V8 substance. Call now!
1970 Ford Mustang
Location:Concord, North Carolina
Exterior Color:Grabber Blue
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