Take a look at this stunning 1971 Ford Mustang Mach 1! Right here
is a special car, with a fresh repaint, a high-quality interior
restoration, and a fantastic-sounding new dual exhaust system! The
year 1971 brought a new Mustang to the market, and along with it
was a fresh Mach 1 package, carried over from 1969 and 1970. An
instantly recognizable feature are the twin hood scoops on the
hood, which would be functional when equipped with "Ram-Air"
induction and non-functional on the base hood. In addition, a
color-coded front bumper and honeycomb style grille were unique to
the Mach 1! This Mach 1 is powered by an M-Code 351 C.I.
"Cleveland" V8 and a 4-barrel carburetor. That power gets to the
rear end through a 3-speed automatic, delivering smooth and linear
power. The white paint and black Mach 1 are laid out beautifully
over a laser-straight body, giving this car a very aggressive look,
as if it's constantly in motion. The black vinyl bucket seats are
in excellent shape and provide plenty of support, perfect for long
cruises or highway hauls. This Mach one comes with some pretty cool
options, including factory tachometer and gauges, a fold-down rear
seat, remote mirror, new paint, a high-quality interior
restoration, dual-sport mirrors, a period AM/FM radio, heater +
blower, and a new dual-exhaust system. The car rides on a
great-looking factory style Mustang wheels on top of another sweet
set of BF Goodrich R/T RWL tires. This Mach 1 wants to be taken out
back on the road, and it is waiting here for its next owner to take
it back on the freeway!
VIN decodes as follows:
1: 1971 model year
F: Assembled in Dearborn, Michigan USA
05: Mach 1 "Sportsroof" Fastback
M: 351C 4V V8
104115: Sequence number
1971 Ford Mustang
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