Powerful pony cars with bold looks are always in style. But with a
fire-breathing 385 hp V8, five-speed manual, and an upgraded sports
suspension that's wrapped in the classic 1970 fastback style, this
1970 Ford Mustang Mach 1 is a true heart-stopper.
If you want to attract attention, even at an all-Mustang gathering, a car like this incredible Mach 1 is the perfect tool for the job. The dark blue is a color that is close to some from the factory palette, but it's really a custom and modern hue. So just by the luster and shine of this new shade, people can tell there is something special about this Mustang. The same goes for the large 17-inch Cobra-style 10-spoke alloy wheels. But as much as this has plenty of custom pieces, it is a real-deal Mach 1, and so that means respecting its history. This coupe does it nicely with correct aggressive pieces like the hood scoop, chin spoiler, hood pins, and black stripe on the hood and the ducktail rear panel. Plus the special Mach 1 pieces like the rocker panel moldings are beautifully finished.
There is no better muscle car interior than black, especially in a car like this later first-generation Mustang. After all, Ford was going for a more luxurious image with these coupes, and you see it in factory pieces like the Comfort-Weave bucket seats, center console, and all that wood paneling. The rest of the components like the carpeting, door panels, and dash all appear to be well preserved and/or properly replaced. All the correct factory pieces are in place like the full gauge panel and heat/defrost controls. Plus, there are great upgrades like the three-spoke wood steering wheel, provisions for an aftermarket retro-style stereo, and have you counted the gears on that shifter yet?
The moment you pop the hood, all the extra bracing and fined Mustang valve covers tell you that you're in for a special treat on the open road. The 351 cubic-inch V8 has been professionally built including Dart Pro1 aluminum cylinder heads, Comp Cams valve kit, and a Holley four-barrel carburetor. We'll show you the dyno sheet that confirms the full package is rated at 385 horsepower. But more than just a big motor, it's built to reliably run down the road thanks to the BeCool aluminum radiator and dual electric fans. In fact, this Mach 1 has been specially upgraded to be the best classic Mustang you've ever taken on the backroads. That's why you get complete control over the powerplant with the five-speed manual transmission w/overdrive and an adjustable coilover tubular independent front suspension. This handling package is complete with front disc brakes and modern Sumitomo performance tires.
This Mustang is vintage where you want it; custom in all the right places; and upgraded to be the baddest Mach 1 on the road. It's a total package that's turnkey ready to win you awards and keep you searching for the long way home. Call today!!!