This is a 1973 Mustang Mach 1 with the rare Q code 351cu in Cobra Jet which was the most powerful engine produced for Mustangs in 1973. The engine is original with a block casting code of D2AE-CA and a date code of 3E11 (May 11, 1973). It has an 4bbl Holley carburetor sitting on top of a Edelbrock Torker 351 intake manifold. It has a C6 automatic transmission with the 3.25 rear axle. It was assembled in Dearborn Michigan in June, 1973, and was sold by Bert Brown Ford in Chattanooga, Tennessee. This black beauty with the NACA style hood with dual non functioning hood scoops, rear window louvers, front and rear spoilers topped off with the Mach 1 silver stripes really makes this Mustang stand out from the pack. The headers with the H pipe dual exhaust gives it a nice sound. Options include power steering, power front disc brakes, tinted windows and factory air conditioning. The interior has the black vinyl bucket seats, new carpet, new headliner, nice condition door panels and factory center console with the full factory gauge package. A new vintage Mustang style 200 watt AM/FM radio with auxiliary inputs was recently installed along with a new dash speaker. It has the Mag 500 chrome wheels and brand new BF Goodrich tires. A Marti report is included that confirms the history and features of the car. It runs and drive great. Please contact Savannah Classic Cars at 912-235-2347 if you have any questions.