1970 MACH ONE - GRABBER BLUE
1970 was a very historical year for the Mustang. It was the LAST year for what now is known as the FIRST generation Mustang. The Mustang since 1965 through 1970 was by far the leading “Muscle Car” seller with Camaro way back in second place.
This particular Mach One is about as good as it gets. The color is Grabber Blue with 4-speed, front and Rear spoilers, Magnums, window Slates and the BEST part, of course, the SHAKER HOOD.
This particular Bad Boy was a part of the Famous John O’Quinn Museum before O’Quinn unfortunately passed away. At the time, I believe he had the largest car collection in the world. The collection consisted of around 1300 cars!!!!!!!!
Here are some facts about the car that will be interesting to you. Partial serial number “0” means 1970; “R” -
Here is some of the recent work that has been done. The parts for this recent work is listed below the labor description. The total amount spent on this portion of work is approximately $8,900.00. More work has been done in addition to what is listed below. We will add that portion of the work soon
* Install new battery, someone at one time fill the old battery with water, this was a dry battery, it does not use water, start up and evaluate, set car up on lift, evaluate, replace rear end pinion seal, remove tires and inspect brake system.
* Removed driveshaft. Removed starter. Removed shifter assembly. Removed transmission and bell-housing. Replaced transmission pilot bearing, clutch disc and pressure plate. Reinstalled bell-housing, transmission, shifter, and cross-member. Replaced universal joints in driveshaft and reinstalled. Installed rebuilt starter. Adjusted clutch. Installed choke cable and adjusted. Sandblasted and painted "Shaker" air cleaner assembly components. Assembled air cleaner and installed. Removed shoulder seat belts from headliner. Removed speakers and speaker grilles from rear deck. Plugged holes in trunk floor. Vacuumed vehicle and delivered to upholstery shop for headliner and package tray installation.
* Removed rear bumper for access. Replaced tail light assemblies. Reinstalled rear bumper and replaced missing hardware. Replaced rear marker light bezels, polished lenses and repaired lights. Assembled and replaced fuel door / cap. Replaced interior sill plates. Replaced hood lip molding. Replaced chrome hood hold downs. Removed interior door panels. Replaced outer door handles, gaskets, and locks. Lubricated inner door latches and window regulators. Installed new watershields. Installed new weather-strip in LH & RH front door edge moldings and urethaned moldings in place. Removed dash pad and clock panel for access to heater hoses at heater core. Replaced heater hoses and clamps. Repaired wood grain decal around clock. Polished clock lens. Removed steering wheel and replaced rim blow horn switch around circumference of wheel. Replaced turn signal switch and chrome lever and checked for function. Lubricated and adjusted ignition switch on steering column. Replaced ignition lock cylinder. Removed under dash horn button and wiring. Repaired horn wiring at horns and checked for function. Installed electronic conversion in distributor. Replaced spark plugs, fuel filter and PCV valve. Removed carb for inspection and reinstalled.
* Reinstalled clock and bezel. Repaired misc wiring connections before reinstalling dash pad. Reinstalled dash pad. Repaired alternator wiring harness. Installed new 3 row 24" radiator and new mounting brackets. Modified and installed fan shroud. Removed grille and grille light assemblies. Removed headlight trim, bezels and head lights. Removed head light bucket trim. Removed grille filler panel molding for replacement. Taped replacement grille filler molding, sanded, primed, and painted. Removed paint from headlight bucket bezel, masked, sanded, primed and painted. Painted headlight surround plastic. Removed paint and overspray from headlight trim rings. Welded LH headlight trim ring. Reassembled headlight assemblies on car. Modified replacement grille filler molding for fit and installed. Painted grille light assemblies. Reinstalled grille and grille light assemblies. Removed fuel filler hose and filler tube. Sandblasted and painted fuel filler tube and reinstalled with correct fuel filler hose and clamps.
* Remove and install heater core
PARTS ADDED: ; .
PARTS ADDED:Fuel sender; Battery; PVC valve; Pinion seal; Gear oil; Oil filter; Oil; Trans mount Hardware ;Trans fill plug; Starter; Engine paint for air cleaner; Clutch set; U joints; Rear trans seal; Air filter lid; Air filter; Pressure plate; bolts; Clutch springs; Breather filter; Choke cable; Power steering hose set; Interior lamps; Clutch seal; Surface flywheel
;Electronic conversion; Light sockets; Carb gaskets; Lower hose; Spark plugs; Turn switch; Turn lever; Lock set; Widow regulator knobs; Door panel shields; Radiator mount kit; Fan shroud clips; Rim blow kit; Fan shroud; Radiator; Fuel fill hose and clamps; Heater core; Air cleaner breather clip
Below are an extensive group of pictures.You have noticed we have been selling our cars very fast. We no longer have the ‘69 Mach and I have been receiving a tremendous amount of interest in that car so I wanted to post this car so everyone can see that we have another Mach for sale. Please call me for any questions that you might have and I will be glad to answer any and all of them.
Steve 281-531-9090 or email@example.com