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:cry: Heartless husband and waaaaaaaaaaay too many unexpected home nightmares forces the sale of my Mach 1. 351W 4V 4spd with brand new rebuilt short block and many new improvements. Beautiful Meadowlark Yellow with gloss black hood, spoilers, louvers, and magnums.


Email me at casey@caseycraig.com for more info and photos. Please don't respond here. Price is $19,500 and the car is in Wimberley, Texas (about an hour from Austin).

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For those of you who had requested info on the 1969 Mach I, here it is. I

had taken the car off the market in hopes that I could keep it, but despite

my best efforts, I have to sell the car. Will put on Ebay next week if can't

sell first. If any of you are still interested, please let me know.


A brief history of the car as I know it. I bought the car in October of 2003

from Asheboro, North Carolina. It is an original North Carolina car. I have

never registered the car in Texas.


1969 Mustang Mach 1 351Windsor 4V 4spd. It has a brand new 351W short block

which we bought from Quality Engine Exchange in Austin, TX in November of

2004. The car has about 10 miles on it since the new block has been

installed. We drive it around the neighborhood every few weeks - can't go

much further without plates. It has a 4bbl Holley carb, Edelbrock intake,

Ford Motorsports cam and a new Hurst competition plus shifter and linkage.

It has power steering, console, magnums, and both front and rear spoilers

and louvers. The color is Meadowlark Yellow with a gloss black hood.


Here is what is new that we've put in the car: We have all the receipts as


351 W short block

brand new gas tank


fan shroud

auto meter oil pressure gauge

horns (both hi & low)



export brace (not installed, but included) rear seat belts (front seat has

orig belts) reverse light assembly w/ bezels hurst competition plus shifter

w/linkage grant steering wheel (original rim-blow steering wheel is

included, but in poor condition) had the car aligned at Hill Country Tire

here in Wimberley


Here are the things we never got around to fixing:

driver's side window not aligned in track properly, small half-inch gap at

rear of window when rolled up very small dent in chrome bumper on driver's

side gas gauge doesn't work properly driver's side door lock is loose, but

works carburator runs a bit rich and secondary float sticks occasionally


Here is the vin# 9T02M216662


and data codes

63C 2 3A 18G 22 9 1


they translate as

63C SportsRoof, Mach 1, Deluxe Interior

2 New Lime (car is now Meadowlark yellow)

3A Black Vinyl and Black Knitted Vinyl, Mach 1 Luxury

18G July 18, 1969

22 Charlotte NC

9 3.25:1; Conventional

1 3-Speed Manual (car is now 4-speed, don't know when it was



Overall this is a really clean and straight car and the new engine really

runs great. The interior has been redone by the previous owners and is

beautiful. It has new rubber seals all around. The paint is not show

quality, but still very pretty. The original color was "new lime" and is now

Meadowlark Yellow, I don't know when it was repainted.


This is not a project car, it is ready to go. The current NADA value for a 1969 Mach I 4spd in "average condition" is $25,500. I'm asking $19,500 for a quick sell.


If you have other questions you can call me at 512-847-7008 or send me an email at casey@caseycraig.com


Thanks, Casey

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