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1970 mach 1

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  • Condition: Used
  • Item location: New Kensington, Pennsylvania, United States
  • Make: Ford
  • Model: Mustang
  • Type: Fastback
  • Trim: mach 1
  • Year: 1970
  • Mileage: 82,000
  • VIN: 0F05H110374
  • Color: black primer
  • Engine size: 351 windsor
  • Number of cylinders: 8
  • Fuel: Gasoline
  • Transmission: FMX
  • Drive type: RWD
  • Interior color: Black
  • Vehicle Title: Clear

Ford Mustang 1970 Description

1970 mach 1 H code Marti-report documented. 351 Windsor 2v. This is an early built mach1 and they were still installing the Windsor motor. Rebuilt FMX automatic transmission I just got the transmission out from the shop.It has a Huges 2200 stall torque convertor which is recommended to match the Comp cam.I replaced the stock 3:00 gears with 3:70 full posi gears. Options include power steering and power brakes.The power steering pump is rebuilt and I replace the hoses, I have replaced the rear brake cylinders, hardware and pads. I replaced the front calipers and pads as well. For the suspension I replaced the spring perches,the upper control arm bushings and the front sway bar end links. The rear sway bar is missing and they usually break and taken off. All the brake lines and fuel lines look excellent.The front tires are great and the rear tires are new. They are Goodrich T/As. Upgraded am/fm Cd player. Everything under the hood has been rebuilt or replaced.New 3 row radiator, belts, hoses, high flow water pump. Nice valve covers and air cleaner. The engine has been built for more power. Includes Flat top pistons,comp thump-er cam,Edelbrock carb and intake, hooker headers, Petronix distributor and more. Nice body ready for paint. New rear Quarter panels and inner fenderwells professionally installed.All fenders, doors, hood and decklid have the ford stamping on it no reproduction parts here. New chrome .Nice restored interior.New headliner and sail panels,New carpet, new seat upholstery,Has a new dash cover, The front windshield is new also. Replaced it when installing headliner. Installed new circuit board and voltage regulator on the gauge cluster. all the lights, turn signals and horn work I have the original rim blow that comes with the car..The oil and temperature gauge are not hooked up. I have the oil and temperature gauges hooked up at the console like the Shelby, they have gauges where the ash tray belongs. I replaced the transmission speedometer gear to match the rear end gears.The frame is good the torque boxes and rails. there are a couple patches done previously on the floor pan and there looks like something repaired on the drivers shock tower. This car is fast and fun to drive. It draws attention wherever I take it. I feel my reserve is low compared to all the prices I see for a mach 1 even ones in poor condition.This is my weekend warrior I take out on weekends and cruise. The rest of the time its parked in my garage. I don't have to sell so im not under any obligation. The car will be sold as is. This vehicle is not a new car and I have done allot of work to it over the years. I have had my fun with it and it is time for me to move on.

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