1970 Mustang Mach One

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 1 was the subject of an extensive 2 ½ year restoration. We have a large photo album documenting this extensive and very expensive restoration. We even have pictures of the engine block documenting the fact that it is the original block. WE also have a deluxe Marti Report telling us the dealer was in Waco, Texas. As a result of this car staying in this very dry Texas all of its life, the body is in unbelievable condition.

The color of this car is Pastel Blue, which according to the Marti Report is a very rare color. It is one of those neat colors that changes colors depending on various lighting. In some conditions it looks white and in other lights it looks light blue. With the color combination of light blue blended with the dark blue Mach 1 interior it is a very dynamic looking Mustang. Try to remember if you have ever seen a Mach 1 with this extremely rare color combination.

This particular Mach is a highly optioned Mustang. It has all of the Mach 1 special accoutrements including the Rally Clock (works), Rim Blow Steering Wheel (works), deluxe wood grain door panels and dash plus console. It also has the deluxe Mach 1 upholstery with high back buckets and very desirable fold down rear seat. Other options include front and rear spoilers, power disc brakes and steering, A/C (works), hood scoop with working directional turn signals, special magnum 500 wheels with brand new B.F.G. radials and a new stereo cassette radio with special I-Pod connection. There are also some Ford dress-up and performance items added to the engine. These items are the Aluminum Cobra Valve covers with matching aluminum Cobra air-cleaner plus a high-rise aluminum intake a 4-barrel carb.

If you have a never restored a car to this high standard you may not understand how time consuming it is and also how expensive it is. It took 2 ½ years to complete this restoration and an unbelievable amount of cost. We are selling this car for about the cost of the restoration which allows you to get in this jewel and have some fun and win some trophies! You get to do this without waiting 2 ½ years; you can go have fun right now. One of the most expensive items in a restoration today is a pint job. The paint on this car is spectacular. I have seen cars that are of this quality selling for more $10,000 to $15,000 more than what we are asking for this incredible and rare Mach One.

Steve 281-531-9090 or mustangman048@sbcglobal.net

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