1969 Ford Mustang Fastback Mach 1 Big Block Race Car *NO RESERVE*
Price: US $11,700.00 Item location: Las Vegas, Nevada, United States
- Condition: Used
- Make: Ford
- Model: Mustang
- Type: Fastback
- Trim: MACH 1
- Year: 1969
- Mileage: 0
- VIN: 9F02F176057
- Color: Red
- Engine size: 557 CI Ford
- Number of cylinders: 8
- Fuel: Gasoline
- Transmission: Automatic
- Drive type: RWD
- Interior color: Black
- Vehicle Title: Clear Want to buy? Contact seller!
1969 Ford MustangUP FOR AUCTION**NO RESERVE**
1969 Ford Mustang FastbackMach 1Race Car557 BBFAutomatic Transmission
Interior:It has been basically stripped out except dash and steering column which are in great shape and not cut up, so factory gauges can be put back in the carFactory Passenger side clock remains in the carFactory wood grain is in good shapeFull 8 point roll cage with removable drive side barB&N ShifterKirkey Race Seat5 point race harnessSide windows, front windshield and rear window are plexi-glass, installed with original style rubber gasket and seal, not drilled into the car
Exterior:Original Red PaintThis is a full sheet metal carThe car has always been kept insideDoes not have rust issuesOriginal Floorboards, underside of the car, are both in excellent shape, no rustThe only rust on the car is the usual behind the rear tires, down low, but just a few pin holesQuarter Panels are super solidBody is in overall great repairable shape if you wanted to use this car for a restoration carIt's way head of your normal project carSteel hood, fiberglass hood scoop, hood pinsMickey Thompson polished aluminum drag wheels29x10.50x15 Hoosier Slicks on rearDoors close great, as well as the truck and hoodOriginal front and rear bumpers
Drivetrain:557 BBF MotorForged Internals10:1 compressionHydraulic Roller CamJohn Kaase P-51 HeadsEdelbrock Victor IntakeDemon 1350 cfm Dominator Carburetor MSD Distributer with 6AL to box Meziere electric water pumpSystem 1 remote oil filterCanton oil panSuper reliable easy running engine that produces huge horsepower 650-700hp on 91 octane pump gasHas about 30 passes on itShifts at 5200 RPMGriffin aluminum radiator with electric fan
Transmission: Is a built C6 with a Hughes 4000 stall converterManual shift valve bodyHas CSR Performance Products super shield
Front suspension is an aftermarket Helix Mustang II IFS SystemHas Manual Rack and Pinion steeringAdjustable front coil over shocksCross drilled and slotted rotorsLine lock
Rear suspension is trussed Ford 9" rear end with 3.00 gears and Strange Engineering competition drag axlesCompetition Engineering Ladder Link Suspensionwith 3 way adjustable Competition Engineer ShocksCar has sub-frame connectors
In trunk the car has a 5 gallon fuel cell, battery disconnect switch, electric fuel pump and 2 Red Top Optima batteries
I'm sure there are lots of goodies on this car we are leaving out, but it's hard to remember and list them all. But all the things on this car are fairly recent and up to spec for running in the 10's, which is what the car consistently does as is. It has gone 9.80's with a 125 nitrous shot. Car is extremely reliable and goes straight down the track with ease. The car never gets launched hard, leaves on idle with a foot brake. For those of you who would be interested in running the car on the street also, it is not that far from being able to do that. It has working tail lights, and head lights, with DOT tires and exhaust system, you could have one cool street racer. It's not butchered up, to where it is something you couldn't return to stock if you wanted to go that route. All in all this is one cool Mustang, in what is getting to be a highly desireable year, and is ready to go hit the track with nothing needed, but a driver. I have the paper work (receipts, docs) for the engine build and other parts on the car as well.
If you are interested in purchasing the car, minus the engine, I would be more than happy to sell the car that was as well. Please contact me if you prefer that route.
The car is listed for sale locally, so I reserve the right to end the auction early.
Please contact me with any questions 253-377-2266. I prefer phone calls, not texts. Thanks, Brad