1969 Ford Mustang SportsRoof – The Next Level!

Price: US $85,000.00 Item location: San Antonio, Texas, United States
  • Condition: Used
  • Make: Ford
  • Model: Mustang
  • Type: Coupe
  • Doors: 2
  • Year: 1969
  • Mileage: 4,500
  • Color: Black
  • Power options: Air Conditioning, Power Locks, Power Windows
  • Fuel: Gasoline
  • Transmission: Manual
  • Transmission speeds: 5
  • Drivetrain: RWD
  • Interior color: Black
  • Options: CD Player
  • Vehicle Title: Clear
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Description:

1969 Ford Mustang

Hi Guys,

This car is done right. It was featured in Car Craft Magazine 2007https://www.hotrod.com/articles/ccrp-0709-1969-ford-mustang-sportsroof. No excuses for this one as its one of the nicest Mach 1's out there.

I have added Vintage Air, Power Windows, Power Locks, Escort Install Radar Detector in the front grill and license plate. Check out the article and let me know if you have any questions.


Tech Notes

What:’69 Ford Mustang SportsRoof

Engine:These days, it’s just as easy to make lots of power with a 351W as it is with an SBC. The factory block was cleaned up and fitted with an Eagle 4.00-inch crank, Eagle 6.125-inch rods, and JE 10.8:1 pistons. A Canton 7-quart oil pan holds the lube, and an MSD distributor provides the spark. On the pump, the Windsor serves up 547 hp at 6,400 rpm and 470 lb-ft at 4,300 rpm. Harold Hallam at Port Pros (Austin, Texas) did the machine work and assembly.

Camshaft:A Comp 250/256-at-0.050 hydraulic roller cam actuates the valves.

Heads:Port Pros mildly massaged the Edelbrock Victor castings.

Induction:The hoodscoop supplies fresh air to a Holly 750-cfm carb, which mates to an Edelbrock Victor Jr. intake manifold.

Exhaust:JBA 131/44-inch shorty headers coated by HPC dump into 3-inch collectors and a custom X-pipe. Dual Flowmaster mufflers dampen the exhaust pulses.

Transmission:Multiplying the torque is a Tremec TKO 600 five-speed gearbox. A QuickTime SFI-approved bellhousing houses a Spec clutch and flywheel, and a Hurst shifter actuates the shifts.

Rearend:DTS assembled the 9-inch rearend with 31-spline Mark Williams axles, 3.89:1 gears, and a Detroit Locker differential.

Suspension:Straight out of the Pro Touring playbook, the front suspension features tubular upper and lower control arms, 600 lb/in drop springs, a 171/48-inch sway bar, and urethane bushings, all from Global West. Out back there are CalTracs traction bars and a 1-inch Global West sway bar. De-arched factory rear leaf springs lower ride height by 4 inches, and KYB shocks tame the spring oscillations at each corner.

Brakes:Power-assisted Ford Motorsport two-piston calipers squeeze cross-drilled 13-inch rotors up front. Single-piston calipers and 12-inch rotors get the job done in the rear.

Wheels/Tires:The front Fikse FM5 wheels measure 18×8.5 inches and are paired with 245/40-18 BFGs. The rear inner wheelwells were massaged to provide clearance for the 295/35-18 tires, which wrap around 18×10-inch rollers.

Body:Starting with a rust-free car that had already been restored kept bodywork to a minimum. The doorskins were replaced, and the driprails, emblems, and antenna were shaved. Rodney Austin did the work and sprayed the car with Glasurit black.

Interior:While there are some modern upgrades, the interior retains its stock flavor. A Budnik steering wheel and in Alpine stereo add some modern flair but blend in nicely with the stock gauges and dash. Side bolsters were added to the stock seats, then covered in vinyl by Tico’s Upholstery.

Payment $2000.00 Cash or Bank Wire. Pick up or will help to arrange shipping.


Thank You