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1969 Ford Mustang MACH1 300 miles on Full Rotisserie 2,700 Hours and $140K Spent

  • Make: Ford
  • Model: Mustang
  • SubModel: Mach 1 300 miles 2700 hours and $140K spent!
  • Type: 2D Coupe
  • Trim: Mach 1 300 miles 2700 hours and $140K spent!
  • Year: 1969
  • Mileage: 300
  • VIN: 9T02M191325
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  • Fuel: Gasoline
  • Transmission: Manual
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  • Interior color: Black
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  • Vehicle Title: Clear
  • Location: Addison, Texas, United States


Full Rotisserie Restored Mustang Mach1* 2700 Hours/Over $140,000 spent...This car is a spectacular show piece and a absolute must have for any car enthusiast or collector.**Fresh complete concours paint restoration over 600 hours of 3 stage paint and body preparation along with cutting and buffing,polishing to give this car a unbelievable world class paint finish** **Packing an original upgraded build 351W 9.8:1 Comp** Cast Crank and Forged Rods and Pistons,**Comp Cam 519"/.523",. " with a 110 Lobe,**Ported & Polished Eldebrock...RPM Heads w/2.02"in 1.60"ex .600" Lift Springs **Polished Combustion Chamber,** MSD Ignition/MSD Coil and Wires,**Eledebrock RPM Intake/With Port Work to match the Heads,**Holley 670 DP Street Avenger Carb.** Aluminum Radiator w/Electric Fan** Power Rack and Pinion Steering,**4 Wheel Disc Brakes,**Tremec T-5 w/Bell Housing & Scatter Shield,**Ford Racing 10.5" Clutch,** Ford 9" rear end with 31 Spline Axles and 3:93:1 Gears,**Shelby Torque Arms,** New Leaf Springs & Coil Springs****New Carpet w/Full Dynamat Insulation,**New Headliner,Door Panels,Dash Pad,New Upholstery,New Floor Pans,All New Glass,New Guage Cluster and so much more.** CALL TODAY *214-935-2529This fully restored build with over 2700++ hours invested, provides one serious investor the best of both worlds: ownership and enjoyment of one of Detroit's ultimate muscle cars, and solid equity in a highly exclusive collector car build! CALL TODAY *214-935-2529**In 1947, U.S. Air Force pilot Chuck Yeager broke the sound barrier in a Bell X-1 aircraft, officially becoming the first pilot to exceed Mach 1 on a level flight path. In 1969, Ford paid homage to this extreme feat of speed with a new high-performance option package dubbed the Mustang Mach 1. The Mach 1 would prove to be a formidable rival to the Chevy Camaro SS and Pontiac Trans Am, and worthy of its striking name**