This 1970 Ford Mustang is a well-done mix of good investments and
solid V8 power. It makes for the kind of iconic coupe for someone
who prioritizes driving a great classic.
The bright chrome bumpers and exclusive 1970 facia are instantly
attractive on this coupe to make it stand out. The Wimbledon White
paint is a later upgrade. It's the kind of quality that gives you a
car that you can drive without worrying about a rainy day or pebble
on the road. So you may budget for improving this finish, but we
already like the tone it sets by being clean and complete while
setting a tone for a car that's easy to enjoy. As you look over
this whole package driving and enjoying a V8 classic are the
central themes. This has been upgraded to have great standout
contrasting black details that you would see on a Mach 1 package,
like the blackout hood, hood scoop, chin spoiler, and blackout rear
panel. Bright dual exhaust tips and Mag 500 wheels complete the
sporty style. In fact, that new set of new BF Goodrich T/As looks
particularly nice with the bright raised white letter style against
the Wimbledon White.
We like all the black accents on the outside because it goes so
well with the handsome black interior. The upholstery, carpet, dash
pad, door panels, and headliner all look like they have received a
proper investment to make are they are both dark and inviting.
There are some nice extras, like the AM/FM/cassette stereo and an
armrest center console with cup holders. Plus you'll appreciate a
solid driver' setup with high-back front bucket seats, an upgraded
steering wheel, and full gauges with tach prominently added to the
center of the steering column.
The engine bay has the clean look that's ready to show off. It's a
mixture of a tidy style and sporty pieces, like the finned valve
covers and Shelby-inspired Monte Carlo bar. There's a large nice
maintenance file from 2004-2007 documenting $3,600 invested in
fundamentals like the ignition and thermostat, and you can tell by
the clean and fresh appearance that the tradition of good
components has continued. At the heart of it all is a 351
cubic-inch Windsor motor. It's built with the right upgrades,
including a Holley four-barrel carburetor, an Edelbrock intake, and
headers feeding into the dual exhaust and Flowmaster mufflers. The
idea is to provide good power and an overall easy driving
experience. So the three-speed automatic transmission, power
steering, power brakes, front discs, and new wide BFG tires make it
a great cruiser.
The sale comes complete with build receipts and maintenance
records. This is a distinctive year for the Mustang, and this
V8-powered coupe was done so that you can get out there and remind
everyone of its uniqueness on the open road. Call today!!!