1970 Ford Mustang Mach 1 Cobra Jet
This 1970 Ford Mustang Mach 1 Cobra Jet is that ideal mix of distinction, originality, and big block power. So look over all the details, but you already know this is a true in-demand classic from the first moment it caught your glance. The factory-correct Grabber Green paint is exactly how you want a distinct classic to be. After all, it's the kind of color that looks like it could glow in the dark. Plus, this was given a professional respray later in life, there's also a terrific luster in the sunlight. But even with the bright green, this one has a more sinister side. It starts up front with the chin spoiler, hood scoop, and bold black stripe package with callouts built right in. It continues the length of the car with the black lower body moldings with correct Mach 1 badging. Plus, the back has the louvered rear window and big spoiler. And there's no missing those iconic Magnum 500 wheels that are correctly detailed, right down to the pony center caps. All the black accents on the exterior are a great preview for the factory-correct black interior. You've got all the right pieces that make you love these later first-generation Mustangs. This includes options like the Comfort-Weave bucket seats, AM/FM radio, and rim-blow sports steering wheel. And this Mach 1 also has a period-correct premium feeling with the wood-like appearance across the dash, steering wheel, and door panels. The total presentation feels period-correct and complete, so it makes for a time capsule of a classic. Another reason why you want a later-model first-gen Mustang is because of the engine bay. They figured out how to get a serious big block power in this pony, which makes it a true muscle machine. It's something we all love to see. So not only does this get us excited that this is a real-deal Q-code coupe, but also the consignor states the 428 V8 is original to the car. Plus, it has a ton of the correct details like the Holley four-barrel carburetor, bright blue components, and the ribbed Cobra valve covers. It even has the correct factory-style decals! And as you look at the undercarriage photos, you can see there were nice investment in keeping this fresh Ã¢â‚¬â€œfrom newer bushings to the stainless dual exhaust. Plus, add in the power steering, three-speed automatic transmission, front disc brakes, and wide BF Goodrich T/As, and soon you see that this powerful pony is also a great all-around cruiser. The sale comes complete with a Marti Report for you to see its low-number rarity. A Q-code Mach 1 like this has an awesome presence and the big V8 to back it up. So you know this is one classic you don't want to let get away. Call today!!!