1970 Ford Mustang Mach I
Starting with a true 1970 Mach 1 Cobra Jet body this mustang was treated
to a rotisserie restoration in 1999 and remains beautiful to this
date. This stunning Mach 1 is a monster of a car that draws crowds and
has the muscle to match.
The 428ci engine has
undergone a complete refurbish and upgrade including machining for improved oil flow, all
new bearings, seals, gaskets, Edelbrock Performer 76cc aluminum heads,
Performer aluminum intake
manifold, Performer 750cfm carburetor, .560 lift Comp Cam and HD rocker arm assemblies, ARP head bolts,
MSD distributer and ignition, 7qt oil pan with extended pick up, Hooker
ceramic coated headers connected to exhaust cut outs and 2.25 inch duel
chrome tipped exhaust.
Drive train is upgraded
with a Tremec TR3550 TKO 5 speed manual overdrive transmission rated to
425 ft lbs, new driveshaft and 3.89:1 ratio 9 inch posi-lock rear axle
and rides on black over chrome steel wheels with pony center caps
wrapped in BFG Radial T/A 235/60-15 front and 245/60-15 rear tires.
The frame is clean and
straight with no rust. Undercarriage sports front and rear anti-sway
bars, traction control bars with chassis stiffeners and shock tower
upgrades from Pro Motorsports Engineering, KYB shocks, 4 wheel
disc brakes with stainless steel lines and a new fuel tank with stainless
Then engine compartment is
painted black and is clean, straight and solid. There is no evidence of
The body is straight with
zero dents or waves in the panels. The car was painted when restored and
is in great shape with minor blemishes. The chrome trim is
straight and presents nicely.
The trunk compartment is
very solid, clean and completely rust free.
The interior is upholstered
with Vermillion vinyl seats and Vermillion door panels. The headliner is
snug and tight with no tears. Has an upgraded stereo tape player in the
original mustang bezel. Dash appears stock, all gauges are
working and is adorned with a Scott Drake leather steering wheel.