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  • Price: Ask a price!
  • Condition: Used
  • Make: Ford
  • Model: Mustang
  • SubModel: Mach 1
  • Type: Other
  • Trim: Mach 1
  • Doors: 5
  • Year: 1970
  • Mileage: 32,830
  • VIN: 0F05M160191
  • Color: Blue
  • Engine size: 351 Cleveland V8
  • Transmission: Automatic
  • Interior color: Black
  • Vehicle Title: Clear
  • Location: Local pick-up only


Mustang fans, you're in luck. This 1970 Ford Mustang Mach 1 is a bargain compared to its investment-grade siblings, so if you're looking for a genuine Mach 1 you can drive, here it is!
Few will argue that the 1970 Mustang isn't one of the best-looking designs of the muscle car era, particularly in fastback form. But before we talk about performance and engines and all that, take a look at the special Mach 1 gear this one wears, including the hood scoop, chin spoiler, and Mach 1 rocker panel callouts. Other goodies include a set of aftermarket rear window slats and black tail spoiler, neither of which make the car go faster but they definitely look like they do. The awesome Acapulco Blue paint is one of the most popular colors, and even though it's got some use and age on it, nobody's going to complain when they hear the rumble of the V8 underneath. You could give this one a color sand and buff to really take it up a notch or two, because, honestly, there aren't many cars that are more deserving. Even as it sits, everybody loves a Mustang fastback.
High-back buckets sport Ford's patented "comfort-weave" upholstery which is just that: a woven vinyl that's surprisingly comfortable and helps keep you cool. Matching black door panels and carpets were installed at the same time, completing the upgrade and looking very tidy. Ford's twin-cockpit design puts a quartet of gauges ahead of the driver, all wrapped in faux woodgrain, while the passenger got an analog clock for symmetry. All the gauges show clear faces and remain fully functional, and there's an upgraded AM/FM stereo radio in the dash which feeds speakers cleverly installed in the rear seat side panels. It shows only a few signs of use, further proof that the comfort-weave upholstery wears like iron and that someone took exceptionally good care of this car. The trunk is finished with a heavy mat, a full-sized spare tire assembly, and a spare tire cover.
The engine is a correct M-code 351 cubic inch "Cleveland" V8, which has been upgraded with an Edelbrock 4-barrel carburetor and matching intake manifold, so it's plenty potent and a blast to drive. The block is covered in Ford Blue paint that is just the right shade, along with some finned valve covers and a big open-element air cleaner with a reproduction decal on top. It starts easily and makes great torque, a muscle car trademark, and you'll find that the Cleveland loves to rev and never seems to run out of breath. A 3-speed C4 automatic transmission makes for relaxed cruising, ably assisted by a 9-inch rear full of highway gears which make high-speed blasts completely effortless. Long-tube headers were ceramic coated so they'll look good practically forever and a Flowmaster exhaust system gives it that bark that Mustang fans love so much. The undercarriage is clean but not detailed, but that's all you really need anyway, because this is a car you're going to drive. Magnum 500 wheels with spinners look almost new and carry fat 235/60/15 BFGoodrich T/A radials.
Few Mustangs command the attention of a Mach 1 fastback and now you can own one for a fraction of the price of its big-block siblings. Call today!