This car was located by Mustang Dreams & held for an Australian client , proudly driven across the USA with no mishaps.
1969 Ford Mustang Mach
One in Winter Blue. The hood is factory painted flat black with a border.
Base engine models incorporated
an air scoop that was blocked off ( non functioning with a removable insert ). The hood is secured with racing style hood pins.
Black stripes run the length
of the car. A second stripe brackets the trunk lid and rear lights
The base model has the 351 Windsor ( and in '70 the Cleveland option ) engine,
which used the earlier 302 block but modified it with a longer piston stroke.
The 1969 1970 Mustang Fastback ( or Sportsroof as they were called ) has a longer, meaner more aggressive look than the
earlier 1967 1968 cars. The '69 Mach came from the factory with dual color keyed mirrors and slotted style steel wheels.
The rear of the car is as sharp as the front . The pop out gas cap is located dead center and had the Mustang logo.
The car has dual exhaust , the pipes come out on just inside the back up lights, and are adorned with (cosmetic) "quad" tips .
The dash sports simulated wood appliqués or decals. The automatics ( as well as 3 and 4 speeds) use a floor mounted shifter .
This car is about to undergo a full undercarriage inspection.
This is a solid, original, rust
free undercarriage with new exhaust and rear shocks.
Looks like the rear"pumpkin"is oozing some 90 weight and could use a new gasket.
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