1969 Mustang Mach 1
Built in San Jose
Sold New in Seattle!
Gorgeous Rotisserie Restoration
Marti Report Verified
Stunning Silver Jade Paint
Crisp New Black Interior
Excellent Running 351 Windsor 4 Barrel
Power Front Disc Brakes
Brand New C67 17” Wheels
2 ½” Mandrel Bent Flowmaster Exhaust
Rebuilt Front Suspension
This ’69 just emerged from a Rotisserie Restoration! This one was down to the unibody and brought back. The paint is truly stunning, done in a high quality base/clear.
The panel alignment is excellent and this car shows extremely well. The chrome & bright work were all either replaced or restored. While on the rotisserie the floors were stripped & painted with Raptor Bedliner to preserve them from any road use.
With only a handful of miles since completion it has not seen a single show or cruise yet.
Inside the interior has been treated to new carpet, seat upholstery, dash pad, headliner, door panels, sail panels, etc. 69 Mach 1’s with their cockpit design & high end materials really set the bar for ’69. When compared to their peers for ’69, it is not even close.
Under the hood the 351 has been nicely detailed and features several tasteful performance upgrades such as an Edelbrock Performer Intake, Performer Edelbrock Carburetor, Electronic Ignition and Flowmaster 2 ½” Mandrel Bent Exhaust. The engine fires up nicely and has good power.
The front suspension was completely rebuilt with restoration quality components from Scott Drake. A larger 1” front sway bar was added to help out in the corners. The Power Steering works excellent both on the road and in tight parking lots with just the right amount of assist.
The fuel system has also been replaced. Everything from the gas tank forward is new reproduction including the fuel lines.
The wheels are Coys C67’s in Chrome. 17x8’s in front & 17x9.5’s in the rear. The 275’s fit nicely in the rear with plenty of room to fit with the 2” lowered suspension.
The factory Power Front Disc Brakes stop the car easily and confidently.
Rotisserie restorations of this quality can easily top $100k when done at a restoration shop. You really couldn’t buy this car and re-create it for anywhere near the asking price. That doesn’t even bring up the typical 2-year timeline to get your car restored. Buy this one and you could be cruising This Summer!!!