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1969 Mach 1

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Marti Report Verified Mach 1
Original S-Code 390
Factory Black Jade Paint
Factory White Mach 1 Interior
Factory Power Front Disc Brakes
Factory Power Steering
Factory 8k RPM Tachometer


1969 Mach 1's are one of the most sought after of the Mustangs. This one is a rare 'S-Code' 390 car with the rare & desirable C5 Black Jade paint code. What makes this car even more striking it the combination with the white interior. Obviously this one isn't ready for the concourse but there are some serious possibilities here. 

This one was in the midst of a repaint when it came to us in primer. The panels look solid and they line up decently but there is still work to do. This car would look amazing in the original Black Jade with Red Mach 1 striping and the White interior gleaming through the glass...

This car does have some rust in the floor pans that has been patched by the previous owner. While they do function as intended, the car really deserves to have the repair done correctly with the correct parts. The rear frame rails are still structurally sound but do have some rust just behind the shackles. The trunk floor above looks great so the repair should be small and localized. All the repairs should be quite straight forward for your 'metal guy'.

The '69 Mach 1 interiors were among the nicest in the whole era, many (myself included) would argue they were the pinnacle. From woven high back seats to fully padded & trimmed door panels they were just nicer than their competitors. The cockpit design made you feel like you were sitting in the car, not on it. True fold down seats with access to the trunk gave these cars a 2-seater look and some utility as well. This interior was hastily installed by the previous owner and really needs to be pulled and re-assembled correctly. The hard to find parts are there including a new dash pad so you have a good head start. 

Under the hood the 390 was replaced at some point with a 351 Cleveland. Luckily the 390's aren't too difficult to source if you decide to go that direction. The 351 runs well and the current automatic transmission works nicely. 

For rolling stock all '69 Mach 1's came with the 14" styled steel wheels in chrome. These are the correct units wrapped in some older rubber with plenty of rubber. However, we would recommend a fresh set of tires before any dedicated street use. 





VIN: 9R02S154805
 
For Washington State residents only, A documentary service fee in an amount up to $150 may be added to the purchase price or capitalized cost.