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1969 Ford Mustang Mach 1


The Paint: Very, very close to flawless “Bright Amber Metallic” in base/coat, clear/coat, all of the correct Mach 1 striping, and visual appointments. Absolutely amazing!

The Engine: S-Code 390 4V V8 as original producing 320 Horsepower (NOE), rebuilt, high performance heads, Shelby aluminum intake manifold, coated headers, electronic ignition.

The Transmission: Original, rebuilt C-6 (Ford’s heavy duty) 3 speed automatic

The Differential: Original Ford 9” conventional with 3.25:1 gear ratio

The Suspension: Original independent Front: completely rebuilt, including shocks
                                                              Rear: Original multi-leaf with new shocks

The Interior: Completely restored High back Mach 1 deluxe comfort weave bucket seat interior, rear restored (including the chrome) fold down, headliner, carpets, console, dash pad, beautiful instrument panel with all properly functioning gauges, including the restored clock.

Power Steering

Power Front Disc brakes with upgraded Wilwood calipers 

All gauges function properly

All lights work

Heater works

Windshield wipers work

Horn works

After market audio system with custom rear speaker panel with Ford logo embossed (original pass-through panel accompanies the car).

All glass is excellent and the windows roll up and down easily

Stainless dual exhaust including the mufflers, and original style exhaust tips

15” American Racing Torq-Thrust wheels with 235 X 60 X 15 radials in front 
                                                                         245 X 60 X 15 radials in back

What’s not to like about the ’69 Mach1 1? Nothing! Even the diehard Chevy and Mopar guys can appreciate the smooth, sleek body, and the engine line-up of the all new for 1969 “Sports-roof, especially the highly visual, and striking looks of the Mach 1.
With a new decade on the not too distant horizon, the American automobile companies were all swinging’ for the fence in their Muscle car/Pony car line-ups to capture everyone, and anyones dollar.
Chevrolet’s ’69 Camaro SS was a nice move forward by their camp, and Mopar would wait until the following year (1970) to tempt buyers with their all new E-body Dodge Challenger, and Plymouth ‘Cuda. 
That brings us to the Blue Ovals brand new, and fresh offering within the Mustang corral. Specifically, their street brawler, the Mustang Mach 1! Named for the point of speed that breaks the sound barrier, the all new Mach 1 was a vibrant, visual and high performance machine that proved to be second to none.
The Beautifully restored 1969 Mach 1 you see here is one very fine example of a rare “S” code 390 CID high performance 4 bbl equipped Mustang. Fully restored with some nice “Day 2” light mods, such as the classic, always a great choice American Racing Torq-Thrust wheels, a stereo system, and a few nice performance upgrades as well. Excellent owner history, and extremely well cared for, this Mach 1 has managed to negotiate the last 7 decades with much aplomb.
Owned by the same couple for the last 41 years, and prior to that time owned by another family member, makes it easy to see how this particular mach 1 enjoyed a life as a true family member.
Very clean, strong engine, nice shifting transmission, and quiet differential means you can enjoy an easy, fun, reliable drive in a classic muscle car. Push the accelerator down and your senses will be filled with the wonderful sounds, and performance sensations from a time we all should experience.
Nearly flawless base/clear paint, all of the correct original graphics, scoops, and visual treatments, S-code big block 390 CID, C-6 Heavy duty automatic, beautifully restored to original black deluxe Mach 1 interior, restored suspension and brakes and a clean, dry under carriage, all working in concert to present one of the finest Mach 1 S-code Mustangs anywhere…Beautiful!!

*Information deemed reliable, but not guaranteed. Interested parties should confirm all data before relying on it to make a purchase decision.

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