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72 Mach 1 351HO
72 Mach 1 351HO - Overview (This post was last modified: 11-08-2011, 04:23 PM by 72 R Code.)
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Owner : 72 R Code
Data Added : 03-15-2011 - 03:54 PM
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Color : Grabber Blue
Engine : 35HO R Code
Transmission : 4 speed top loader
72 Mach 1 351HO
Original owner 72 Mach 1 with 351HO engine package. Perhaps one of the most rare of all the performance Mustangs.
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72 Mach 1 351HO - Images
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72 Mach 1 351HO - Modifications
72 Mach 1 351HO - Details
Data Added : 03-15-2011 - 03:54 PM
Views : 3521
Color : Grabber Blue
Engine : 35HO R Code
Transmission : 4 speed top loader


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Nice Mustang...

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#3
Super super cool!!! Restored or pampered all these years?
Any chance of getting some detailed engine compartment shots?
Thanks,
~Jim
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72Q-code;15456 Wrote:Super super cool!!! Restored or pampered all these years?
Any chance of getting some detailed engine compartment shots?
Thanks,
~Jim

Check Car of the month spotlight feature, hall of fame.

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#5
Nice looking car, I like the blue sans stripes & hood. There is so much variety here it is hard to decide what I like the best.

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My Mustangs:
71 M-code Mach 1, Medium Blue/White Sport, 4R70W, 3L50, Factory Ram Air.
72 Q-code Mach 1, Pewter/Black Sport, 4-spd, 3L25.
65 Convertible, Britney Blue/White/White, more modified than original.
05 Convertible, Legend Lime/Tan/Tan, future classic??
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#6
Looks awesome!
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#7
Wow,

Very nice car indeed! I also ordered a 1972 gold glow Mach 1 when I was 19. However, I did not have the since to hang on to it like you. I sold mine in 1978 to a high school kid. Tried to buy it back 6 Months later but no deal.

I remember racing a kid in a car just like yours! He beat me. We both had 351 2V but he changed his carb to a holly 2V that made an amazing difference in performance. Oh well, if I could find him again I bet I could take him now! Ha
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Mike429cj;174556 Wrote:Wow,

Very nice car indeed! I also ordered a 1972 gold glow Mach 1 when I was 19. However, I did not have the since to hang on to it like you. I sold mine in 1978 to a high school kid. Tried to buy it back 6 Months later but no deal.

I remember racing a kid in a car just like yours! He beat me. We both had 351 2V but he changed his carb to a holly 2V that made an amazing difference in performance. Oh well, if I could find him again I bet I could take him now! Ha

Thanks for the kind words. I remember putting a Holley 500 cfm 2V carb on my 69 Fairlane with 302 and 3 speed manual. It really helped it's performance. I ended up trading the Fairlane in on the new Mach 1 in 72.
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#9
Very nice car
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#10
Great machine, I'm just a stones throw from you I would love to check out your car some day!
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1972MustangSVH;179326 Wrote:Great machine, I'm just a stones throw from you I would love to check out your car some day!

That would be great! I am thinking about driving it to Brown County State park for the Indiana SAAC Spring Fling this coming Saturday.
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