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1970 Ford Mustang Mach 1 5-Speed

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1970 Ford Mustang Mach 1 5-Speed

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Chassis/VIN:

0F05H154666

Location:

Amherst, Ohio

Odometer:

1,840 (Mi)

Lot Number:

12584946

Engine:

351ci V8

Seller:

Private Party

Transmission:

Manual

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Highest Bid: $49,750 (USD) by: FB

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Chassis/VIN:

0F05H154666

Location:

Amherst, Ohio

Odometer:

1,840 (Mi)

Lot Number:

12584946

Engine:

351ci V8

Seller:

Private Party

Transmission:

Manual

Carfax:

TITLE/VIN CHECK  

Confirmed

 

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Vehicle Story

This 1970 Ford Mustang Mach 1 SportsRoof has been with the seller since late 2017 and was the recipient of a recent frame-off restoration including a custom PPG exterior finish. Power comes from a 351ci Cleveland V8 that produces a dyno-proven 459hp bolted to a Tremec TKO 5-speed manual transmission which shifts power to a Detriot Locker equipped Ford 9-inch differential with 3.70:1 gearing. Features include a 4-point roll cage, custom instrumentation, AM/FM/cassette stereo, air conditioning and power windows, steering and brakes. Located in Amherst, Ohio, the car is offered with a clean Ohio title in the seller's name. 

As part of the frame-off restoration process, the car was sprayed with a fresh coat of Porsche's Adventure Green sourced from PPG (39S/39R/K6). Additionally, the exterior features a custom hood scoop and stainless dual exhaust along with some minor changes from 1969 models including twin 7-inch headlamps in place of the four headlight grille, the faux rear vents were deleted and the concave tail panel is replaced with a flat unit while the rear spoiler remained. 

BFGoodrich 10-inch wide Radial T/A's are fitted on chrome 5-spoke mag wheels and is along with power brakes which were refreshed this past summer with a racing booster, new front discs and standard rear drums. Performance Suspension Tech components have been fitted on the front end with Easton coil springs while the custom rear end is suspended by leaf springs and CalTrac sub-frame connectors to tie the chassis together. The solid rear axle is a Strange 9-inch unit that has been shortened 4-inches and built with a Detroit locker, 35-spline Moser axles and 3.70:1 gearing.

The bucket seat interior is upholstered in black leather over black carpeting and matching vinyl door and dash panels outfitted with woodgrain and stainless accents. Heat and air conditioning are equipped along with an AM/FM/cassette console, Electric Life power windows, trunk-mounted battery box, a fire extinguisher and a padded 3-piece folding 4-point roll cage. 

A Dakota Digital dash has been installed including digital readouts for speed, RPM, oil pressure and coolant temperature while additional dials for nitrous and engine vacuum come mounted behind the 5-speed shifter. The aftermarket odometer displays 1,840 miles which is a likely indicator of miles driven since the restoration was completed. 

Power comes from a modified 351ci Cleveland V8 paired with a Tremec TKO 5-speed manual transmission which was dyno tested to produce 459hp and 427 lb-ft. of torque and can be shut off by way of a console-mounted kill switch. Engine components include an aftermarket camshaft, roller rockers, Holley 4-barrel racing carburetor, MSD Blaster ignition, S&P pully system, Griffin radiator, electronic fuel pump, Sanden compressor, Hooker heads with auxiliary pumps and a McLeod bell housing. 

Receipts for parts and service during the build along with restoration photos are offered in the sale and many additional photos of the car have been made available in the image gallery. 

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Comments & Questions

October 25, 2021
09:01 AM
Seller

@Mjt1969 – Hello, I was just wondering if you still have the stock hood for the car or if the hood that’s pictured is the stock hood that you modified. If you could let me know that would be great. Thank you, Mike ...

I only have the hood that is pictured.

October 24, 2021
04:30 AM

Hello, I was just wondering if you still have the stock hood for the car or if the hood that’s pictured is the stock hood that you modified. If you could let me know that would be great. Thank you, Mike

October 20, 2021
11:29 AM
Seller

I have every receipt for the rebuild, if you have any questions or need any other information, please let me know.

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