1970 Ford Mustang
1970 Ford Mustang
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Vehicle Specifications

  • VIN
    0T05H114256
  • Classic Car ID
    102046744
  • Stock Number
    6463
  • Category
    Muscle & Pony Cars
  • Body Style
    N/A
  • New/Used
    Used
  • Mileage
    18,488 miles
  • Engine
    351 Windsor V8
  • Transmission
    5 Speed Manual
  • Exterior Color
    Black
  • Seat Color
    Black

Classic Car Overview

1970 Ford Mustang Mach I For consignment, a 1970 Ford Mustang Mach I with a massaged 351ci V8 engine, Tremec transmission and a Marti report. Its a stunning car and while we can never predict how long a car will be in our Hallowed Halls, we think this one might be whisked away at the speed of sound. Exterior There are few birds as deeply black as a raven, and this car wears Raven Black in spectacular fashion. Mach 1s always have some black accents including the hexagon clad tail piece, wing, and shaker top and while it contrasts with other colors, they blend beautifully with our black car. A charcoal hood stripe is coordinated with a tail accent where Mach I is displayed in the center. For 1970, single headlights are flanked by open fins, unmistakable and a favorite of some, and with the recent passing of Parnelli Jones, his 1970 racer is all over the internet and bound to renew interest. And its hard not to be interested in this black beauty, wearing 17-inch polished American Racing Torque Thrust wheels with staggered sized 40 series tires and sporting the only roof available for the Mach I, the fastback, or as it was called in 69 and 70, the SportsRoof. Dual exhaust tips protrude out the back and having been all the way around the car, we could not find any flaws to point out. Interior In 1970, Ford switched from dark walnut woodgrain trim to dark teak trim and the two are so close, its often hard to distinguish. But the woodgrain panel is a highlight on the door panels which also include smoothly sculpted plastic and a carpeted lower, all picking up the black grains of the wood. Tall front bucket seats are in great shape with tuck and roll inserts with a weave pattern adding to the texture complexity. Rear 2+2 seats are smaller buckets with the same pattern and the sidewalls and rear shelf are unmarked and clean. A tongue and groove wood steering wheel presents to the pilot with three sport spokes connecting to a Mustang branded center cap. The faux woodgrain gauge pod contains four circles of instrumentation, and an extra temperature gauge has been added below the dash. A gaping center section is seamless and smooth and tops an aftermarket AM/FM/CD player with AUX and USB capabilities under which we find the climate controls. A clock and Mach I plate are housed in another faux woodgrain panel in front of the passenger while a Hurst T-handle shifter is in the center console which also is home to some woodgrain features. Black loop carpet adorns the floor in good condition and the black stitched headliner is unblemished. The trunk is lined in black carpeted pieces, and a few will need to be reattached in the otherwise clean trunk. Drivetrain Opening the hood, we find the shaker top over the air cleaner, a period appearing battery, and Cobra embossed valve covers. This is a 351ci Windsor V8 with a Comp cams .493i/500e lift, 218i/224e duration @ .050 110 lobe separation. A Holley 650 cfm 4-barrel carburetor supplies the fuel, and a 5-speed manual transmission is underfoot. That transmission is a Tremec TKO600 with an upgraded 31 spline output, 26 spline input, bronze shift fork pads, internal shift linkage upgrade, and Liberty threaded front cluster bearing support. Power is sent to the back wheels and a Ford 9 rear with 3.00 gears. Headers lead off the exhaust system and power brakes, disc front, drums rear, bring forward momentum to a stop. Undercarriage Other than some road spray and the occasional spot of surface rust, the underside is clean and dry. The dual exhaust enters a pair of FlowMaster mufflers before exiting under the bumper. Coil spring suspension is used up front and leaf springs in the back. Minimal grease buildup around the grease fittings but otherwise hardware is free and clear of debris. Drive-Ability She fired right up with a mighty roar and smoothly shifted into gear with plenty of power at your beck and call, we slowly rolled it around the test loop to find every function working properly save for the heater blower that didnt blow on the low speed setting. The interior is clean and comfortable and aside from that modern radio, is a time capsule to 1970. An ecology professor once told me ravens are the only bird that uses flight for fun, while other birds use it for getting from point A to point B. The Mach I is like a raven, capable of getting from point to point, but better used for fun. A stunning car with a one year only design in a desirable color. Hit the afterburners, its time to go supersonic and make the call today! 0T05H114256 -1970 T-Metuchen, NJ Assy Plant 05-Mustang Mach 1 H-351ci 2bbl V8 114256-Sequential Unit Number DOOR STICKER BODY 63C-Mustang Mach 1 Sportsroof COLOR-Bright Gold Metallic TRIM 3F-Medium Ginger Clarion Knit Vinyl/Corinthian Vinyl Buckets AXLE 6-Ford 9 3.00 Conventional TRANS X-FMX Automatic DSO 41-Chicago Classic Auto Mall is home to more than 1,000 classic and collectible vehicles for sale via consignment in a climate controlled 336,000-square foot showroom (thats more than 8 acres!). The largest single location consignment dealer of classic and collectible vehicles in the country is located in Morgantown, Pennsylvania, just 1-hour west of Philadelphia off Exit 298 of the I-76 Pennsylvania Turnpike. For more information visit www.classicautomall.com or call us at (888) 227-0914. Contact us anytime for more information or to come see the vehicle in person. With so many great cars, you know we have a lot to talk about, and we do that each week on the Classic Auto Mall Podcast with host Stewart Howden. Stewart discusses new inventory as well as trends in consignments and car prices, while interviewing celebrities and automotive professionals about amazing cars and their history. Tune in each week to the Classic Auto Mall Podcast wherever you enjoy listening. You can also watch on YouTube!

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