1970 Ford Mustang
1970 Ford Mustang
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1970 Ford Mustang Mach 1 For consignment, a 1970 Mustang Mach 1 in Calypso Coral with black accenting. It has its original 351ci Cleveland mill with the original FMX automatic transmission and comes to us in very original form as a 1 owner car. This supersonic pony is ripe for the taking and can serve as a textbook for others doing their own restoration. With an entirely new brake system, a new fuel tank, and a host of other maintenance and upgrades, its hard to go wrong here...read on! Exterior Sculpted steel with distinct Mustang features which carry over from the original design, like sunken single headlights, factory hood pins, an oval grille, Cobra Jet style hood scoop, and the triple tail lighting on either side of the rear all look like they have been put on steroids. The hockey stick cove is not on this car and the prior years rear quarter open vents have been omitted for the 1970 model year. Of course the Sportsroof has that sexy roofline and a black spoiler is on the trunk deck. This goes well with the lightly hazed Calypso Coral paint and factory glass framed with shiny stainless trimmings seen throughout. In front, a pencil thin chrome bumper hovers below the oval grille with no galloping horse emblems, just signal/marker lights. Overall the body remains solid but is not without its faults and flaws. Some sanding scratches are noted throughout the body along with various chips, small rust bubbles and notable body filler in the passengers lower rear quarter panel. Some invasive rust is noted in the bottom of the drivers door shell. Lightly tarnished 14-inch aluminum slot wheels are wrapped in BF Goodrich raised white letter rubber, 215/40R14s in front, and 245/60R14s on back from the 14th week of 2006. Smoke em if ya got em! Interior Fairly nice and smooth and stitched black vinyl with a nice applique insert covers the door panels. The shiny actuators are inserted into the panel and a shiny window crank along with a comfy armrest are mounted here as well. Inside, correct and original Mach 1 high back bucket seats with black knitted Clarion vinyl inserts and smooth bolsters and headrests are the chairs in front. A center console is between these buckets and sports a glovebox, and houses the T-handle automatic shifter that has been rebuilt. A correct rim blow steering wheel sits atop the fixed column and fronts the original dash, which is a series of deep set round gauges lined up and backed with wood applique under a squared off eyebrow dash top. Currently there is an aftermarket Sun SuperTach Super Tach II tachometer on the steering column. In the center is the factory Philco AM radio and the climate control sliders. In front of the passenger is another high squared off eyebrow that has the factory clock, Mach 1 badge and a glove box below. Very sporty and reminiscent of an aircraft interior. Noted in back is a 2+2 rear seat under the sloping roof, and it is surrounded by plastic molded armrests and some storage bins. Black carpeting in on the floors, and soiled but tight white headliner is above. Drivetrain Under the hood, is an unrestored engine bay is the factory original 351ci Cleveland V8 now with a mild performance camshaft installed. It is being fed by a rebuilt Holley 4-barrel carburetor via an Edelbrock aluminum intake manifold. On back is the original FMX 3-speed automatic tranny which pushes power rearward to a Ford 9 inch 3.25 geared rear axle. For some dress up we see black texture finished and ribbed Ford Racing valve covers in black ribbed Mustang air cleaner assembly, and we see the start of invasive rust on the tops of the inner fenders. A new radiator has been installed to keep things nice and cool. Undercarriage Up on our lift we are greeted with a patina riddled and somewhat surface rusted undercarriage. The flooring remains sound thanks to the factory applied undercoating as are both the front and rear torque boxes. There is some light rusting at the base of both front shock towers and we note invasive rust in the drivers rear quarter panel drop off and also at the front of the wheel house. An entirely new brake system with power front disc brakes and power rear drums is seen here for plenty of woah! factor and our eyes are drawn to the new fuel tank that was recently installed. Independent coil springs are on the front, and leaf springs are on the rear. Snaking headers lead down to a new exhaust system with Flowmaster mufflers to allow for the big exhale from the engine. Drive-Ability With a twist of the key the engine came to life and settled into a pleasant lopey idle. Slipping the shifter into drive took us out to our well hidden test track where it performed wonderfully. Great acceleration, bias free braking and good handling were noted while driving and all functions were working as they should at the time of my drive. One of the greatest known body styles and models when it comes to 1970 Mustangs. A one owner cared for and loved example of the Mustang Sportsroof/Fastback, but not without its faults and flaws. A very original and correct example and begging to be used and enjoyed. Im almost shaking with anticipation for the next owner every time I stare down that hood scoop...so much so that I may have soiled myself. OTO5M164391 0-1970 T-Metuchen, NJ Assy Plant 05-Mustang Mach 1 M-351ci Cleveland V8 300hp 164391-Sequential Unit Number

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Vehicle Specifications

  • VIN
    OTO5M164391
  • Classic Car ID
    101973354
  • Stock Number
    5334
  • Category
    Muscle & Pony Cars
  • Body Style
    N/A
  • New/Used
    Used
  • Mileage
    57,369 miles
  • Engine
    351 Cleveland V8
  • Transmission
    3 Speed Automatic
  • Exterior Color
    Orange
  • Seat Color
    Black

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