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1970 Mach 1 for sale
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I recently purchased a 1970 Mach 1 to Resale. The Sale Price is, $15,000.00. The floors in the car are original and after inspection only found a small rust through under driver side where the fuel line crosses the floor pan. The Rust area is about the size of an index finger length but not as wide. The Quarters appear to be Rust Free too. I have looked at the Quarter Pockets (wheel wells) in the Trunk area and there is no sign of Rust or Repair. Some scaling is apparent on the flat portion of the trunk floor beside the gas tank where the previous owner placed a piece of carpet. Carpet Sweats and the moisture causes Rust. The Frame Rails and Shock Towers are also in great shape and have no Rust. This is a very good car to build your 70 Mach 1 Dream Car from. The paint on the car is about 2 years old and is not very good as the painter did a poor job.

The front and rear bumpers look like New and the Chrome is very good. The Taillight Bezels are in very good condition as well. 

The Sport Lamps and Grille are in very good condition too. 

This Mustang also had a Mildly Built Street Strip 460 for Power for the past 20 or so years. The owner of the Mach 1 for the past 25 or 30 years pulled  the 460 and sold the car. 

The Hood has been cut for Carb Clearance and a Boss 429 Style Scoop Bolted on. 

The Original Engine, the 351 Cleveland has been Bored .030 over was run for a time before switching to the 460.

With a New Owner of the Mach 1 now the original 351 engine has been taken apart for rebuilding to put back in the car. I  was contacted by the new owner about rebuilding the 351. I have had the block Jet Washed for a good cleaning and had the Cylinders honed. I have the block back at my shop to start the rebuild and the current owner found a different project and wanted to sell. I bought the 1970 Mach 1 to resale and build the engine for a new buyer if that is what the new buyer wants. I have other engines I can build. I can build a 393 or 408 Stroker with this 2 bolt main block or I have a few 4 bolt main blocks. I have 351 Windsor Blocks I can also build as well as a 428 Cobra Jet. I also have a couple 429 Cobra Jet Engines I can build. Either way it is up  to a new buyer which engine he would like. 

The previous owner had Button Tuck Interior installed about 20 or 25 years ago and it is still in the car.

There are 14 inch Chrome Magnum Wheels on all corners and are in pretty good shape. 

Please call me with any questions at 704-516-8033.

I have this car on Ebaymotors, Craigslist, 460ford forum, Racingjunk.com and here. Will be posting it on other sites too in order to make the best effort to sell it.

There are some cheaper cars out there but most need Floors and Quarters and that cost more than the car.
Thanks for looking and I have pictures I will try to post but if you don't see any give me a call and I will send them to you.. Thanks, Mike.
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damn your killing me. I would buy that in a second if I could.
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