This beautiful, "M" Code, factory 4 speed, 1970 Mach 1 was fully restored less than 1,500 miles ago by one of the more talented artisans in the Pacific Northwest. The quality of his work rivals many of the body shops you see on the Velocity Channel. He restored this 70 Mach 1 in 2007 and has used it as a weekend toy to collect trophies at car shows in Oregon and Washington.
This was a "nut & bolt" restoration, which includes stripping it down to bare metal and starting over. All the components work as new, or better than new (like the quartz movement in the clock). In the Marti report you'll see factory options that include an "M Code" 4 bbl, 351 Cleveland engine, Shaker hood, factory tachometer, 3:50 Traction-Lok rear differential, power steering and power front disc brakes. The original 4 speed transmission has been replaced by a TKO600 five speed (featuring a period correct Hurst shift lever). These features make highway cruising a pleasure.
This exceptional 1970 Mach 1 is an older restoration that has always been garage kept and covered. It has only been driven on the weekends during good weather. The interior is in excellent condition, the paint is stunning and the Magnum 500 wheels are new. The undercarriage and engine pictures tell the rest of the story. It's dialed in and ready to show!