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1970 Mustang Fastback
Great Entry Level Fastback!
Excellent Running 302
Crisp Shifting C4 Automatic Transmission
Power Front Disc Brakes
This '70 is the mechanical version of a vampire. The sunlight shows the faded Hot Rod Black during the day, but at night...she's an SR-71 looking knockout. It still draws tons of attention and you will always be smiling walking up to it in a parking lot. You can drive this one...rock chips and door dings be damned. Another thing you can do...is afford it. Fastback's priced under $30k that actually run and drive are nearly unheard of in this day.
This is a pretty unique '70 without all the normal rear spoilers & louvers. The hood has been fitted with 2 unique air extractors that give the car a really cool look. The gloss black striping accents the lines and gives just a hint of '69 Boss 302 Trans Am heritage. The body on this fastback is fairly straight with a few issues as seen in the photos. The major issue would appear to be on the driver's door. The panels otherwise line up fairly well and there are no obvious signs of prior serious collision. The current paint is thick and has plenty of scratches and paint failures due to time & Washington state moisture. This one could easily be driven as-is and would garner way more thumbs up and attention than pretty much any 2022 Mustang.
Inside, well the bones are good. The interior is all there but its old n tired. Just the way you want for the 'before' pic. This one has the rare fold-down rear seat too. The hard to find bucket seats are there and it doesn't look any of the prior ADHD owners got a sawzall for Christmas.
Under the hood the 302 has been upgraded with a Cobra Air Cleaner, Cobra Valve Covers, aluminum intake manifold and 4 barrel carburetor. The engine fires up easily and sounds quite nice. No receipt documentation was given on rebuilds or prior history. The C4 automatic transmission goes into gear quickly and functions properly.
Corrosion wise this Mustang falls into the 'normal' category for the Pacific Northwest. The floors do have some rust with the passenger front pan being the worst. Frame rails all seem solid and straight.
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.
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