1970 Mustang Mach 1-Rotisserie Restoration-351W Supercharged-Auto-Air-Pristine

Price: US $27,500.00 Item location: Littleton, Colorado, United States
  • Make: Ford
  • Model: Mustang
  • SubModel: Mach 1
  • Type: Coupe
  • Trim: Base Coup 2-Door
  • Year: 1970
  • Mileage: 730
  • VIN: OFO5H128038
  • Color: Correct Yellow "D" Paint
  • Engine size: 351 Windsor
  • Number of cylinders: 8
  • Power options: Air Conditioning
  • Fuel: Gasoline
  • Transmission: 3-Speed Automatic
  • Drive type: RWD
  • Interior color: Black Mach 1
  • Vehicle Title: Clear
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Description:

1970 Ford Mustang Mach 1

ATrue Rotisserie Restored 1970 Mustang Mach 1 - Following Are Descriptions Of The Mach 1 With Concise Details Of The Restoration Process And Modifications Made - The Mach 1 Now Has 730 Miles Since The Restoration. Rarely Would You Find A 1970 Mach 1 In This As New, Showroom Condition

* 351 Windsor-* Automatic select-shift Cruise-O-Matic -* Paxton Super Charger (Date Correct) -* Rotisserie Restoration (all receipts available) -* Correct Yellow “D” Paint -* Ceramic Coated - Duel Exhaust, Headers & X-over -* Air Conditioned -* AM Radio -* Black Knitted High Back Bucket Seats -* Tilt Column -* Rim Blow Horn -* Hood Scoop -* Magnum 500 Wheels -* Front Disc Brakes -* Rear louvers -* Rear Deck Spoiler -* Dual Color Keyed Racing Mirrors -* Every Misc Part Powder Coated -* Highly Detailed w/ Inspection Markings & Stickers


The objective was to rebuild this car from the ground up to original appearance with mild modifications that would not offend Mustang purists, and to build a vehicle that would perform as strong as it looks. Attention to detail was a primary concern, and no part of this professional ''restoration'' was overlooked. Every part has been taken off the vehicle and restored, replaced or rebuilt, thus creating a car that is essentially new, not only in appearance but mechanical as well. . .

If parts were not able to be cleaned or detailed to original appearance, NOS parts were tracked down and utilized.

Modifications include:

1) Paxton Supercharger; this setup was available in the late 60's from Paxton and over the parts counter at Ford dealerships.

2) Engine modifications: roller rocker & cam, electronic ignition, larger Intake/exhaust valves, port i flowed heads, 4 barrel carburetor

3) Boss 302 2 1/4'' exhaust system w/ Dr. Gass crossover & headers.

4) Air Conditioner conversion to passenger side; this is a custom configuration that will not be found on other cars.

5) Front disc brake conversion; this was available on this vehicle from factory.

6) Suspension; large anti-sway bars, lowered A-arms, heavy rated springs, lowered front coils, KYB shocks.

7) 16:1 close ratio steering box, as found on Boss 302's

8) Brake, Trans cooling & fuel line are new stainless steel.

9) Tilt steering column, rear louvers, rear deck spoiler; these items were available from the factory on this vehicle.

10) 15''x8'' Magnum 500 wheels; 14''x7'' magnum 500's were available on Boss 3O2's (this is a common modification on 70 Mach 1's

11) Powder coating; rear differential housing, drive shaft, rear leaf springs, front coil springs, front & rear sway bars, A-arms, tie rod ends, drag links, spindles, engine braces & cross members, valve covers, COBRA aluminum oil pan, hinges & latches, pulleys and brackets, fan, battery tray, rear brake drums, front brake dust shield, other miscellaneous parts and attaching hardware.

12) Entire exhaust system, including headers have been ceramic coated.

13) Under carriage and interior has been epoxy primed and then coated with a 2 stage process of SKS / DP90 for texture, finish and sound deadening.

14) Clock has been retro fitted with a quartz movement.

1 5) Paint; epoxy primed, blocked, base coat / clear coat, factory 'D' yellow.

The 1200 hour professional restoration began with complete disassembly of the entire car. Complete stripping & cleaning via beading blasting of tub and body parts took place. Every part and feature of this car was either restored or replaced and all miscellaneous parts have been powder coated to near factory appearance, with all attaching hardware was replaced with new parts from AMK products. After the replacement of passenger side rear quarter panel, passenger inner fender, drivers side floorpan and rear tall light panel, every piece of sheet metal was straightened and all body lines were made clean and straight, with absolutely no use of body filler. Upon completion of a straight body, all seams were filled and caulked, then the entire car was epoxy primed inside and out. The undercarriage and Interior was coated with a 2 stage SKS / DP90 process for texture, sound proofing and finish.

Upon completion of block sanding and the satisfaction that all body parts were straight and perfect, base coat clear coat was applied (Ford paint code ''D'').

Under the hood you will find a Paxton supercharger, opposite a custom bracketed air conditioning unit. This Painstaking work results in a final product that looks as if it was made that way. The original 351 CID 2V engine was rebuilt with roller cam and rockers, heads were port and flowed, larger valves were Installed (1 94 intake (l .60 exhaust), and 4 barrel carburetor sits Inside the bonnet of a Cobra Paxton supercharger, next to the powder coated Cobra valve covers, that compliment the powder coated Cobra oversized oil pan. The spent exhaust fumes are discharged via a set of ceramic coated headers that travel through a 21/4'' Boss 302 duel exhaust system, by way of Dr. Gass synchronizing crossovers, all of which have been ceramic coated as well.

The rebuilt FMX transmission and 2100 stall converter receives the horsepower, and transmits it to a powder coated drive shaft into a 8.8 inch Ford powder coated housing that encases 3.60/1 traction-loc gears. The power is then transferred to a set of 8" x 15" Magnum 500 wheels and 245/60 BFG Tires that respond to a close ratio steering box that is all mounted to a new Magna suspension system.

The suspension consists of KYB shocks, 620 lb rate front colts, 1 1/8" front sway bar, 3/4" rear sway bar, the front A-arms have been lowered 1'' as was done on the early Shelbys. The braking power is via a front disc brake conversion, and stainless steel brake lines. The Automatic transmission lines and fuel lines are stainless steel as well.

The interior is the host of all new items of deluxe trim and equipment and black Mach 1 knitted vinyl high back bucket seats. The rare stock rim-blow steering wheel ls mounted on a rare tilt steering column, just under the stock instrument panel, and next to the stock AM radio, just above the floor shift. On the passenger side you will find the stock looking clock that has been retro fitted with a quartz movement.

The Mach 1 has been detailed with a host of decals, inspection stickers and tags as found on the showroom.

The original build sheet was found on the drivers side floor, under the carpet, in very poor condition. The original Ford invoice was obtained from Lois C.Eminger.

Other notable items that have been located include the ''Power Train Warranty Card '' and the original ''TemporaryOwnership Card'' with the aluminum tag.

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