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1970 Mach 1 Rotisserie Restoration

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Listing this for a friend, who isnt the best with computers.



1970 Mustang Fastback Mach 1


Grabber orange exterior

Black Interior

351C 4v

Toploader 4 speed wide ratio

3.00 (upgraded to Posi)

Power front disc brakes



History: parked indoors for 20+years, Purchased from the original owner with only 45,893 original miles. Included are the original warranty dealership card, registery card with the original owners name and info, buck tag included too. Then the car was professionally restored and registered into the new owners name.


Nut and Bolt full professional rotisserie restoration


numbers matching engine & transmission

Under 100 miles since restoration was completed

46k original miles on car

all sheet metal original to car

and only driven 100 miles since.


Nothing was spared restoring this car to concourse quality.

A lot of patience, money and time went into this build.


appraised in 2008 at completion of restoration for $109k !


selling for $59k

Prefer a local person to person sale with cash,

If you are out state or country perhaps you know someone in southern california that can handle the transaction for you?

I can also recommend a shipper with good rates for export.


If you have any interest or have any questions, PM me your phone number and i will the owner call you.


The car does exist and is absolutely beautiful, and the cleanest car ive ever seen. I took most of these pictures myself. car is located approx. 25 east of Los Angeles , and 5 miles west of Pomona fairgrounds.


I will post as many pics as I can here so you have an exact idea of what caliber the car is.

Edited by brandos69stang

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The owner of the car, has decided to put the car in the up coming Russo Steel auction in January,

I believe it will be held in Vegas at that time.


They may have this car featured on their website very soon


thank you for your interest, and good luck if you decide to bid

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