This 1970 Ford Mustang Mach 1 Pro Street has a mean nitrous-fed big
block under the hood and seriously stout components to be a
contender on the street or strip. But as you look over the full
package, you'll also notice added care to make sure you want to
show off every inch of the custom and coordinated build.
A '70 fastback is the ideal place to start when you want a powerful
and distinctive car. After all, it is one of the most unique
designs of the first-gen pony cars. The front end was made longer
so that this looks sleeker and has a more aggressive pointed face.
And the wide rear fenders look like they deserve those huge rear
tires. Because this is basically a road-ready racecar, you also
have the right details, like a fiberglass hood, skinny tires up
front, and a big rear spoiler. But more than just pure performance,
this one loves to remind you that the Mustang is a terrific
all-American. The paint theme is a beautiful intertwining of red
and white. The sweeping sides even look almost like a waving flag.
And this has a deep blue pinstripe as a dividing line for it all.
And just in case this trio is too subtle for people to recognize,
the front has the full color package on display with terrific
details like the color-matched white bumper and the deep blue
showing off the big functional hood scoop.
The interior continues the pure performance look with the full
racing cage, tubbed rear seat area, and RCI racing seatbelts. The
point of a pro street machine is also to be a bit more domesticated
than a pure dragstrip machine, and this one gets that feeling
right. The custom door panels have a similar color pattern to mimic
the exterior. And the red and white theme is carried onto the full
carpeting, dash, and well-upholstered racing seats. There are even
comfortable extras like power windows and a tilt steering column.
But the best part about this interior is how it gives you a feeling
of control. The sports steering wheel is grippy in your hands, and
the Precision Performance ratchet shifter is built for serious duty
on the C6 three-speed auto. There's a full set of AutoMeter
crisp/clear gauges, and the toggle switches are all in the center.
And the large tach on the top of the dash gives the essential info
a prominent placement.
The engine bay has a clean and tidy setup that really lets you put
this monster motor on full display. This is a mighty 460 cubic-inch
big block. It's believed to have been built in 2011, and it has
go-fast goodies like Edelbrock aluminum heads, a Holley four-barrel
carburetor, an Offenhauser intake, 11.5:1 compression, and a wicked
set of headers. A proper build also means the right supporting
components. That means an MSD distributor, Taylor Spiro Pro wires,
steel braided lines w/AN fittings, and an aluminum radiator
w/electric fan. And for better weight distribution, the trunk now
houses your fuel cell, batter, and nitrous oxide bottle. Oh yeah,
this one is a nitro-powered quarter-mile king! As you look
underneath, you see a custom reinforced chassis, adjustable
coilovers, and a Ford 9-inch spool rear end with 4.30 gears. So
it's exactly what you need for a big power machine. Those massive
Mickey Thompson Sportsman tires bring the power to the pavement,
and four-wheel disc brakes with Wilwood master cylinder even give
you superior stopping power.
Complete with maintenance records, this is a seriously
sharp-looking pro street pony car that's fortified for some serious
fun. Call today!!!