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1970 Mach 1
Marti Report Verified Mach 1
Original Build Sheet
Mostly Original Paint
Factory 14x7 Steel Wheels & Caps
New Cooper Cobra Tires
This 70 Mach started life much as you see it. Dressed in Grabber Yellow with a Black Interior, Power Steering, Power Disc Brakes and Air Conditioning. A gorgeous combo given the Mach 1 trim. Obviously some life has been lived between now and 1970. The good thing is that life didn't cause much in the way of the typical rust. Much of the paint is still the original. The drivers quarter has some damage that has a top coat of paint to help protect the metal, but otherwise it looks like the rest of the paint is the original.
Inside the interior is worn with a cracked dash pad and some splits in the seats. Luckily you can either drive this one as is or if you plan a restoration you will not be working over someone else's teenage folly. The hard to find parts are here.
Under the hood the original 351 was replaced with a 302 at some point. The 302 runs well with no smoke or undesirable engine sounds. The transmission goes into gear quickly and shifts properly.
This Mach was optioned with Power Front Disc Brakes and Power Steering. The braking system has been serviced with a new master cylinder, wheel cylinders and brake hoses. The brakes work nicely too.
Out back the original 9" differential is still in place. It also has the original rear sway bar in place.
This Mach still has its 14x7 wheels and deep dish hubcaps. The 225 70 Cooper Cobra Tires are brand new.
Obviously this Mach is a project. There is rust in the floors and a 1 piece floor pan would be a great answer though the pans could be replaced separately. The good thing is that the torque boxes & frame rails look super solid. The trunk pan too is very nice. The only exterior panel needing some varsity level love is the driver's quarter. It could be metal worked but a new quarter would probably be a better solution for most. If you are looking to get your foot in the door of the 70 Mach market, check this one out!
For Washington State residents only, a documentary service fee of up to $150 may be added to the purchase price or the capitalized cost.
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