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1969 Ford Mustang High Level Restoration Mach 1

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Now for sale is this 1969 Ford Mustang Mach 1. Powered by a full roller 393 Stroker  professionally built by Dick Fox of Champion Racing Engines of McCordsville, Indiana. This is a 500HP monster paired with a 4R70W automatic overdrive transmission professionally built with an 1800 stall converter by PATC Performance Automotive Transmissions of Bossier City, LA.  Power is driven to the pavement through a new driveshaft and a Ford 9" rear end with a 3:55 Detroit Truetrac 31 spline rear end. The candy apple red paint is excellent but not  show quality. It does pop and  shine and looks good and has won numerous awards at local car shows and is sure to catch some attention wherever you go. With maintenance being performed regularly through the years and all new parts were replaced when restored to ensure this car can be driven across country with no issues and will continue to do so for many more years. Those items include all new steering components, new Bilstein shocks, roller spring perches, Tinman subframe connectors, stainless steel braided lines, aluminum radiator with dual Spal electric fans, Wilwood disc brakes on front and rear, Classic Auto Air air-conditioning, Nu-Vintage gauges and all new AAW wiring with LED lights. It has FPA ceramic coated long tube headers with electric cutouts.  All new brake lines and hoses.  The interior is immaculate with 1970 bolt in glass windows. The doors are solid with no rattles. In the trunk is a firewall with a door for storage and a custom LED trunk light. The headlights and all bulbs have been converted to LED.


$50,000  OBO









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Really nice car, I hope you sell it.  I have too many cars right now.

But,  questions:

1.  What kind of exhaust cut-outs are those, very nice installation.

2.  Where did you get those 393 Stroker Emblems.  I really like them.



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