351C V8, C6 AUTO, PWR STEER, CORRECT COLOR & CLEAN IN/OUT, MARTI, GR8 CRUISER!!
This 1970 Ford Mustang Mach 1 all dressed in black and gold is one of the meanest-looking street machines of all times. And with its factory-correct presentation with plenty of subtle upgrades, it makes for the perfect standout V8 package.
This one looks ready for the track with hood pins, chin spoiler, and that bold hood scoop. Plus, the Mach 1 coupes were automatically given the striking SportsRoof fastback body. But true mean machines like this were then upgraded with the sporty rear window louvers as well as front and rear spoilers. And the updated Magnum 500 wheel package with pony center caps are perfect to complete this speedy and period-correct appearance. The Bright Gold Metallic paint is a factory correct color, but the reason why it looks so good today is because it's a modern professional application that takes advantage of the added luster a modern clearcoat brings. This color seems like an especially nice pairing with the full Mach 1 stripe package. So everyone knows to give this black and gold mean machine a wide berth on the streets.
Those who like the gold exterior will be especially happy with the interior. The factory-correct ginger/gold is an interesting standout color from the era. And just like the outside, this interior color nicely coordinates with the trim. After all, the Mach 1's premium wood paneling looks great against this blonde interior package. And this one really does have all the features you're looking for in a more luxurious Mach 1 Mustangs. This includes upgrades like the high-back Comfort-Weave bucket seats, center console, rim blow steering wheel, and power steering. And you might also notice that you get to keep a better eye on the V8 thanks to a tachometer mounted ahead of the clear factory gauges.
When you lift the hood, you see exactly what you love about Ford motors. The big blue block, valve covers, and air cleaner of the 351 cubic-inch Cleveland V8 radiate from within the dark engine bay. And we know you love the bright topper with proper factory callouts. But take some time to dig deeper. Because while those valve covers were painted to look stock, they're actually desirable Mickey Thompson units. It's part of a refresh this car went through during its ownership –a very correct, yet subtly upgrade to the total package. You also have all the right performance components – a Holley four-barrel carburetor for extra muscle, a stout C6 three-speed automatic transmission to handle more power, and traction bars in the rear to keep it all planted.
The sale come with the Marti Report so that you know this is a true golden goose. A distinct, powerful, and beautiful package like this will likely remain in-demand. So it won't stay here for long. Don't miss out, call today!
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