California car brought to Missouri a couple decades ago.
New lower price $52,500
Restored better than new and stored in an air conditioned and heated garage, driven enough to keep fluids and mechanics in operating order.
Painted in its original medium red color with no chips, rust or flaws.
This was a high option car featuring a factory shaker hood, rear deck spoiler and rear window louvers.
Black hood stripes.
Dual paint stripe.
Powered by the numbers matching 351-4v, featuring California emissions.
Correct dual exhaust and tips.
FMX Cruise-O-Matic transmission.
3.00 standard axle ratio.
Black high back bucket seats with console and fold down rear seat.
Factory air conditioning.
Tilt steering column.
Power disc/drum brakes.
Magnum 500 wheels with BFG white lettered tires.
Well documented with window sticker, a Marti report and it is in the 1970 Mustang Mach 1 World Regisrty.
This is a top shelf collectible car.
Call with any questions 573-619-3708
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