1972 Ford Mustang Convertible Mach 1 Resto Mod (Custom/Restored)

Price: - Item location: Henderson, Nevada, United States
  • Make: Ford
  • Model: Mustang
  • SubModel: Convertible
  • Type: Convertible
  • Trim: MACH 1
  • Year: 1972
  • Mileage: 92,764
  • VIN: 2F03F229154
  • Color: Metallic Green w/ Matte Black Stripes
  • Engine size: 302 HO
  • Number of cylinders: 8
  • Power options: Air Conditioning, Power Locks, Power Windows
  • Fuel: Gasoline
  • Transmission: Automatic
  • Drive type: RWD
  • Interior color: Black with Green Stripes
  • Vehicle Title: Clear
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1972 Ford Mustang MACH 1

A Classic Mustang you can drive across country. This thing turns heads. People just love this car, and that makes it a lot of fun to drive. I'm the guy who restored it, so ask me anything—EVERYTHING has been reconditioned or replaced. Starts on first crank, runs perfectly. Has A/C, rebuilt heater system, completely rewired entire car, new upholstery, new carpet, new paint, new canvas top, new, new, new, new. The list is very long, and I am sure I will leave some things out, but I will summarize:

• 5.0 (302) Roller Cam Engine w/ 5k miles on it // 380HP
• Forged pistons
• Twisted Wedge Trick Flow 170 Aluminum Heads (with bead lock seal for boost)
• Twisted Wedge Trick Flow Stage 1 Cam

• Twisted Wedge Trick Flow Roller Rockers 1.6 and push rods
• MSD Coil and Electronic ignition w/ rev limiter
• Edelbrock Air Gap Intake
• Edelbrock carb (custom built for Paxton Supercharger)
• Long tube headers, ceramic coated
• 3 row radiator, custom 2 stage electric fans, programmable
• All new belts, wires, hoses
• Combination of stainless steel braided and black hoses
• Paxton Supercharger (not installed)
• Also have original numbers matching engine (just needs a rebuild if ever wanted to replace)

• Custom dual side-exit exhaust. REALLY well done by a local fabricator, and sounds great

Transmission/Rear End
• Rebuilt FMX 3 Speed, 5k miles on it
• Custom Billet Steel 3,200 Stall Speed Torque Converter
• Rebuilt rear end w/ Powertrax No Slip and 3.55 Ring Gear

• 17" in front, 20" in rear with Hankook tires

• Completely stripped down (bead blasted) to bare metal, all metal repaired or replaced as needed prior to painting
• Entire floorpan replaced, along with inner rockers
• Freshly painted metallic green with matte black stripes (painted, not decals)
• Power retracting convertible with new canvas (not vinyl)
• All new convertible top motor, and hydraulic lines
• All stainless and chrome trim refinished or replaced
• All rubber replaced, including grommets and rubber bumpers/stops
• New hinges, screws, bolts, hardware, trim pieces (factory correct)
• New windshield

• Completely disassembled, sanded, painted/powder coated frames
• New seat padding
• New Mach 1upholstery, stripes color matched to exterior
• Ultra plush, deluxe carpeting
• Dynamat sound/heat barrier throughout all areas under carpet
• Extra heat shielding around transmission tunnel area
• Gauges restored and/or replaced, all matching
• 3 point seat belts for front/rear passengers

• Performance springs
• Performance shocks
• Rebuilt with new bushings and control arms throughout
• Custom Monte Carlo bar and triangulated shock tower brace
• Custom fit subframe connectors
• Traction bars

• Full Wilwood cross-drilled brake system
• All new stainless steel hard and flex lines
• Wilwood master cylinder and proportioning valve for perfect front/rear balance

• Completely rewired engine and major accessories, properly soldered connections, additional relays for all high current draw items, all new lighting, etc.
• Power locks and windows
• Custom stereo that looks factory (RetroSound), with hands-free blutetooth, hidden tweeters in front, and a 9 speaker system, including 2 custom subwoofers in trunk, and dedicated amplifier
• Halo headlights with option to turn rings on or off for daytime driving
• Automatic headlights activate at dusk, can be overridden
• Alarm with motion sensors, shock sensors, hood/trunk sensors, as well as ignition shutoff if attempted to hot wire
• Power locks operate with alarm

All manuals for custom components on hand, along with lots of cool notes, photos, and other documentation, including original Marti Report, appraisal, owners manual and more. If you're a serious classic car enthusiast, looking for a fun, well done car that you can just get in and enjoy, this is it. Try to build one like this yourself for less than $50k—you can't!

Thanks for looking!