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1970 Ford Mustang Mach 1

Condition: Used
Make: Ford
Model: Mustang
SubModel: Mach 1
Type: Hardtop
Trim: Mach 1
Year: 1970
Mileage: 94857
VIN: 0F05H107433
Color: Black
Engine: 351 Windsor V8
Fuel: Gasoline
Transmission: Automatic
Drive type: --
Interior color: Black
Vehicle Title: Clear
Item location: Local pick-up only

Description for Ford Mustang 1970

Invest in the ever-fluid stock market if you like, but I'd much rather park some money in this absolutely dialed-in, real-deal 1970 Mustang Mach 1. In terms of appreciation, this highly desirable fastback offers an awesome black-on-black color combination, great options, and a built 351 Windsor V8 that's ready to kick butt and take names. And just try having this much fun with your boring stock portfolio.

There aren't many more intimidating cars from the muscle car era than the Mustang Mach 1, particularly in Raven Black. Featuring deep basecoat/clearcoat paint on very straight panels, this sportsroof looks truly spectacular following a thorough restoration that is ready to start turning heads at the local car shows and cruise-ins. Fit and finish are extremely nice, which is exactly what you need if you plan on painting your classic black, and the final product is impressive. The vivid black paint is miles deep, better than anything coming out of Dearborn in 1970, and with the matte black stripes in the rear, blacked-out trim all around the car, and the Mach 1 specific rocker molding, it takes on an especially brutal look. The slick spoilers front and rear, blacked-out hood pins, and aggressive hood scoop are perfect complements to the sinister design of the '70 Mach, giving it a stealth fighter look that's insanely appealing. Chrome bumpers fore and aft, the blacked-out honeycomb-style insert on the tail, and cool oval exhaust tips give it a little extra eye candy, and all of it is expertly restored to a high standard that really puts it over the top. In case you haven't already noticed, this is a very impressive muscle car.

The black Mach 1 interior is all business, but what a business to be in! Fresh seat covers, plush carpets, correct door panels, and a whole bunch of other new stuff means it's comfortable, accurate, and ready to show or go. Woodgrained on the dash panels, door panels, and console warm things up a bit, but given the relative lack of options inside and butch color combination, you know this car was built for combat, not only comfort. There's an AM/FM radio in the center of the dash, a full set of white-face gauges that are augmented by a trio of aftermarket units underneath (right below that awesome factory clock inside the right side of the dash), and other than the console and shiny shifter, this one is all-business. A fold-down rear seat adds practicality, especially useful for the guys who raced on Sunday and drove their Mustangs to work on Monday, and the surprisingly spacious trunk is neatly finished with gray, durable carpets.

Ford makes it tough to determine matching numbers (it's nearly impossible in most of their vehicles, as Ford didn't usually stamp VINs on their blocks like Chevy did), but the well-built, strong running 351 cubic inch Windsor V8 under the hood could very well be car's original powerplant. During the restoration, the block was bored .030 over, and was augmented with a Crane Cams camshaft, along with upgraded lifters, valve springs, and roller rockers. With a beautifully detailed engine bay, the block wears its shiny valve covers with pride, along with the big air cleaner and other polished components. Other show-off performance parts include the aluminum intake, Holley 650CFM 4-barrel carburetor, an aluminum radiator, and the MSD ignition system and red plug wires. Underneath, you can tell they spent extra time getting the chassis and floor pans right, with detailed suspension components, power 4-wheel disc brakes, power steering, and a rebuilt FMX 3-speed automatic transmission. The 9-inch rear end is framed by a newer dual exhaust system with snarling Flowmaster mufflers and has been correctly detailed with a satin black housing. A newer gas tank, shocks, and other freshly painted components only add to the high-point detailed look. Flashy chrome Ridler wheels wear staggered 245/40/18 front and 275/40/18 performance radials for a slightly more aggressive look.

Beautifully restored and ready for the road, this high-quality Mach 1 delivers on the promises that its glossy black finish makes. And yes, it's as nice in person as it is in our pictures. Call today!