31K ACT MILES, MARTI, BUILDSHEET, 4 SP, FRESH REBUILT 428, INVESTMENT GRADE CJ!!
This 1969 Ford Mustang Mach 1 all dressed in green and black is one of the meanest-looking street machines of all times. Of course, it's only better when it's a real-deal big block Cobra Jet V8 with exceptionally low mileage, a close-ratio four-speed manual, tach, and plenty of other options.
This is one of the best years to own a Mustang if you like yours on the more aggressive side. 1969 stretched the first-generation iconic shape to give it some longer, more sinister lines. Plus, this is the debut year of the Mach 1 – a premium package that also added plenty of aggression. It starts with the factory-correct Black Jade that has been given a modern professional respray to give it plenty of added luster the moment the sunlight hits it. And every Ford fan loves the golden Mach 1 side stripes and the halo highlighting the ducktail rear deck. This one looks ready for the track with standard hood pins and flat black hood paint to reduce glare for the driver. And of course everyone loves the desirable (and functional) shaker hood on top. Mach 1 coupes were automatically given the striking SportsRoof fastback body. Then you add in front air dam and shiny GT wheels, and this is one mean machine that has a terrific presence on the streets.
The Mach 1 was the most expensive Mustang model aside from the Shelby line, so Ford made sure that buyers got their money's worth in the interior. It starts with the comfortable high back bucket seats and the center console in between them. As you step inside, you'll notice the exceptional condition of the carpets, door panels, and headliner. The wood appearance on the Rim-Blow deluxe steering wheel coordinates with the paneling on the dash, console, and doors, which all adds to the upscale ambiance of the Mach 1. And all the right factory features are present, including the AM radio in the center stack, heat/defrost blowing at multiple speeds, and even the clock works! But the factory feature you're going to love the most is the gearstick. When combined with factory tach in the full gauge panel, you really get to experience everything this muscle Mustang Mach 1 has to offer.
This is an R-code Mustang, which means the big block 428 cubic-inch V8 with ram air and a four-barrel carb is under the hood. It will only make you happier look at the Marti Report that says this was a mid-April build with the motor dated for March 1969 – and just look at the ultra-low actual mileage! Plus, Cobra Jet engines from this era were famously underrated, so the impressive 335 hp advertised by the factory was really pushing a mind-blowing 400+ hp (and the recent dyno sheet proves this.) The powerful V8 is mated to a close-ratio four-speed manual, so you really get the best control over the whole package. Power is then sent to the road via Ford's Traction-Lok limited slip differential running a 3.50 ratio. The combination of the Mach 1 package and this big engine further sweetened the deal by automatically getting upgraded to Ford's HD competition suspension. This beefed up the front spindles, shocks, shock towers, and anti-roll bar to make sure that this Mustang could handle the extra muscle. Ford even upgraded the package with the sport exhaust with quad tips.
Not only do you get the Marti Report, but also this highly documented Mach 1 comes with the factory buildsheet, owner's manual, dyno sheet, and other materials. So it's a low-mileage total package that's guaranteed to turn heads the moment you turn the key. Don't let a speedy classic like this slip away. Call today!!!
- AM Radio
- Vinyl Interior
- Seatbelts (Front)
- Seatbelts (Rear)
- Dyno Sheet
- Factory Buildsheet
- Marti Report
- Owner's Manual
- Exterior Color
- Black Jade
- Interior Color
- Rear End
- 3.50 Traction-Lok
- Front Brakes
- Rear Brakes
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