1970 Ford Mustang Mach 1
Here's another beautiful Ford Mustang Mach 1! This 1970 is an M
code car with a 4V 351 Cleveland V8, and an FMX automatic transmission! The
car is equipped with power disc brakes and power steering as well. There's
also a limited slip 9 inch rear end and dual Exhaust out back! Other cosmetic options include
a shaker hood, front and rear spoilers, and that fantastic shiny red paint!
The car has deluxe interior with bucket seats, center console, and a
Pioneer stereo system! This Mustang runs, drives, and stops
fantastic, and is Washington State collector plated!
557 bbf stroker 460 dyno 700HP 700LB
Scott Johnston RHP built 557, SVO A block, forged rotating assembly, Kaase
P-51 heads, 10.2:1 XR298R, built for broad torque & street use. We saw
697HP at 5900rpm.
1971 Ford Mustang Mach 1 Classic Muscle Car for Sale in MI Vanguard Motor Sales
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What a Great Example of a 1971 Mach 1 with Marti Report
This is one of the cleanest Mach1 I have seen of this era the paint is
unbelievable, the Metal on the car is just awesome as you can see in the
351 4 v
Extensive Full Restoration
100% Numbers Matching
A/C hooked up only blows through the defrost
Body is perfect
Power disc brakes
No disappointments you wont find a cleaner one.
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1973 Ford Mustang Mach 1 - #0039 - Gateway Classic Cars - Indianapolis
For sale is a 1973 Ford Mustang Mach 1 located in our
Indianapolis showroom. Options on this 1973 Ford Mach 1 for sale include:
AM/FM Radio with Cassette, Power Brakes, Power Steering, Tilt Wheel, Seat
Belts, Vinyl Interior, and Raised White Letter Radial Tires. This 1973 Ford
Mustang Mach 1 went through
a complete documented ground up restoration back in 1999 but stills shows
very well for its age. The restoration included the complete drive line,
body, interior, brakes, and suspension. This 1973 Ford Mach 1 is powered by
a 351 Cleveland V8 engine with 2v Heads, backed by a FMX 3-speed automatic
transmission, running to a Ford 9" rear end with 2:73 gears, which make it
great for highway driving. The engine, transmission, and rear end are not
numbers matching, but came out of a donor 1973 Mustang Grande and have only 10,000
miles since being rebuilt. The engine was professionally rebuilt being
bored .030 over, completely balanced with Roller Rocker Arms, TRW Forged
Pistons, Heads were Ported and Polished, Edelbrock RPM Intake, Cam, and
Lifters, Edelbrock 600 CFM Carburetor, Headman Ceramic Coated Headers
running to awesome sounding dual Flowmaster Exhaust, with Dyno readings at roughly 425 horsepower at the
flywheel! The transmission was completely rebuilt with a mild shift kit and
a 2,500 rpm TCI stall converter installed. The body on this 1973 Mach 1 was
completely stripped down to the bare metal and put back together using OEM
and Aftermarket parts. Some of the OEM parts that were reused include:
NASA Hood with Twist Hood Locks, Left Front Fender, Both Doors, Both Rear
Wheel Wells, Polished and Powder-coated Wheels, and Outer Door Handles.
New aftermarket replacement parts that were added include: Weather
Stripping, Rear Quarter Panels, Left Rear Frame Rail, Under Hood Aprons,
Tail Light Panel, One Piece Trunk Floor, Floor Pans, and Grille. The body
was then primed, sealed, and painted with a base coat/clear coat using all
high quality Dupont materials. Be the envy of all your neighbors as you
drive by in this nicely restored 1973 Ford Mustang Mach 1! To view this 1973
Ford Mustang Mach 1 in
greater detail, including a HD video, please visit
www.GatewayClassicCars.com or our Indianapolis showroom. For more
information please call (317)688-1100.
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Sehr Performance Machine / Marvin's 460 Ford
Marvin brought his engine to us to 'hop it up a bit' but still keep it
legal for class that he pulls in and keep it reliable as well. Starting in
the heads, we boiled them out cleaned and magnafluxed them before shot
blasting. Next was a clean mill just to get things straight. A 5-angle
valve job, fitting the guides and installing new Viton seals were next in
the order of business.
While we were at it we cleaned and magged his block and shot blasted the
rods and block. His mains were out of wack and his crankshaft was bent so
we did a line bore on the mains and fixed him up with a new crankshaft.
Next in line was a clean mill on the deck surfaces and lifter bore grooves.
Every part that went into Marvin's Ford was completely checked and those
that didn't pass muster were replaced with quality new parts. No headers
allowed in Marvin's class so we ran his iron Exhaust.