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1969 Ford Mustang Mach 1 on 2040-cars

US $22,000.00
Year:1969 Mileage:3000 Color: Blue /

Aynor, South Carolina, United States

Aynor, South Carolina, United States

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This car is virtually perfect. I have owned it for 24 years. because I am older now, and have arthritis so badly, I
can hardly get in and out of the car anymore. The car is scary fast, a real thrill to drive! It would smoke any
stock 428cj in the 1/4 mile. I have had the car professionally restored. My intent was to keep it looking exactly
like a '69 Mach1, but make it run faster, handle better,stop better, and look better than any other '69 Mach1. I
believe that I have accomplished that. The rebuilt stroker motor has less than 3000 miles on it. The car has always
been kept in my garage. It has never been driven in the rain since the second restoration 10 years ago. Since it
never gets dirty, I have never washed it with a hose. I air hose it and damp wash it with a micro fiber. This car
is probably the best deal on the internet.
The original numbers matching 351 Windsor block. Has been bored and stroked to 408 cubic inches...480 HP...375 lbs
of torque...built by Troutman Machine Shop in Concord, NC, a Nascar shop.
Ford 427 big block top loader 4 speed manual transmission.
The interior has been completely restored, including exotic hydro dip burl wood wood graining on dash panel and
door panels.
17 inch torque thrust wheels with 245-45-17 Toyo tires.
Sale includes restoration receipts and engine specs.
Ford 9 inch rear axle, with posi traction.
Power steering.
Power 4 wheel disc brakes, vented front rotors.
Original color Acapulco Blue paint, exquisite paint job.
Total of $70,000 in the restoration, rebuild and upgrades.
All rusted areas were replaced with new metal, including: rear quarter panels, both doors (complete), rear
taillight valance and trunk floor. There is no body filler.
Stainless steel wheel well molding.
All stainless steel moldings are new.
Original bumpers re-chromed by PPG.
All new weather stripping.
17 inch torque thrust wheels.
New 245/45 ZR 17 tires.
Boss functional 429 functional hood scoop.
New headliner.
New dash upholstery.
New seat upholstery.
New door upholstery.
New carpet.
Real walnut steering wheel, shifter knob, and console insert.
Dash woodgrain and door panel woodgrain have been hydro dipped with a burl wood woodgraining process; absolutely
3000 miles on engine rebuild
Eagle 408 Stroker Kit.
Bored .30 over.
Balanced internally and externally.
Eagle steel crankshaft.
Racing cam.
SRP alum. pistons.
Alum. heads.
Cloyes true roller double timing chain
Anodized aluminum roller rockers
Edlebrock polished alum. intake manifold.
Hooker ceramic coated headers.
Alum. pulleys.
MSD distributor, coil, and ignition.
Alum. pulleys.
Chrome alternator, power steering pump, brackets and etc.
Dynoed at 480 HP at rear wheels, ...375 lbs of torque
All new wiring harnesses; front, back and under dash.
All new steering components.
New "Flaming River" steering gear box.
New heavy duty shocks.
New coil springs and leaf springs.
New larger 1 1/4 inch front sway bar.
Racing clutch.
Big block top loader 4 speed transmission.
390 rear end gears with posi traction.
Mosier 31 spline rear axles.
4 wheel disc brakes, vented front rotors.
Sub frame connectors...strengthens the frame and tightens the car for better handling and less squeaks.
New 2 inch exhaust with "Flowmaster" mufflers.
New gas tank.
New stainless steel fuel lines.
New brake lines.
New master cylinder and power boost.

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