1970 Ford Mustang Mach 1 428 Cobra Jet
This 1970 Ford Mustang Mach 1 all dressed in black is one of the meanest-looking street machines of all times. Of course, it's only better when this real-deal big block Cobra Jet V8 has been upgraded with fuel-injection, an A/C interior, and all the right pieces for both show and go. You're already attracted to the '70 Mustang for all the little details that were only available this year. As you dig deeper, you're going to discover an extraordinary coupe. The restoration was completed in 2017, and the money in this one is approaching six-figures. This pony car started out as a Pastel Blue fastback, but it has been restored into a more sinister machine. The black paint has a huge shine that showcases the classic curves while never letting you forget about its darker side, which works perfectly on this car. In fact, take a closer look at how the glossy black paintwork is contrasted by the matte black hood stripe, hood scoop, front air dam, rear winnow slats, and rear spoiler. This double-black appearance is a very cool presentation that instantly gets respect no matter if it's lit by sunlight or midnight neon. But it isn't just the dark elements that add the aggressive attitude. Hood locks, mirror chrome bumpers & trim, and iconic Halibrand-style alloys are bright intimidation. The forceful attitude continues with an all-black interior. From the door panels, to the seats, to the center console, to the dash, everything in this Mustang looks like midnight. But Ford also was going for a premium attitude during this time, that's why the darkness is broken up by wood paneling along these surfaces, too. The red streaks on the seats are exactly what you want on a sporty Mustang. But while they were investing to keep this interior fresh, they also spent money on the right upgrades. That's why you have comfortable features like power windows, an AM/FM stereo with Bluetooth, and cold-blowing air conditioning. And when you slip behind the wood and chrome steering wheel, and spot the upgraded Dakota Digital VHX gauges, you'll get that great tingle of performance even before you twist the key and hear this one roar. The included Marti Report will verify that this was born with the ultra-desirable R-code 428 cubic-inch Cobra Jet motor. So it's great to still have the performance V8 under the hood today, and it looks so fresh because there's only about 1,300 miles on this build. In fact, not only is the block era-correct, but it's believed to be original to the car. It was given serious attention during the restoration with a complete rebuild that included the crank, cam, rods, and pistons, and motor was also decked and balanced. Plus, there were all the right upgrades, like Edelbrock Performer RPM heads, ARP bolts, MSD ignition, Milodon oil pan, and a FAST electronic fuel-injection system. It even has the right supporting components like March pulleys and a large aluminum radiator w/electric fan. This beastly motor roars to life thanks to the header-fed X-pipe dual exhaust. It brings serious power to the streets, but that's not the whole story. The C6 three-speed automatic transmission was rebuilt during the restoration, so it's stout enough to take on the big power at a moment's notice, but it's also smooth and comfortable for when you just want to cruise this classic. Plus, the power steering, front disc brakes, and modern performance tires are all part of a great way to easily tame this beast. Not only do you get a Marti Report, but also a reproduction window sticker, maintenance records, and the build receipts that show you the huge investment in this Mustang. All the hard work is done on this one. Now all you have to do is be the first one to get here and turn the key. Call now!