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1969 Ford Mustang Mach 1 - 24k Orig, Auto, 351, Completely Restored

Discussion in 'Non-Firearm Item Classifieds' started by dstoneburg, Aug 9, 2011.

  1. dstoneburg

    dstoneburg Springfield/Eugene Member

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    Posting this Ad for a friend, this mustang is high quality, everything was done the right way and is extremely clean. You can ask questions by PMing me, although you will get quicker/more precise answers if you call. I can personally attest to the excellent condition its in. We recently cruised it in the Springfield cruise, so you have may seen it there.

    Price is $39,900

    1969 Ford Mustang Mach 1 - 24,210 Original Miles

    Only two owners - I've owned it since 1980, when I bought it from my friend who had purchased it new. It's been garaged 90% of it's life. 100% rust free. Perfect interior. This car is stunning in person - much nicer than any picture could show!
    One of the nicest cars you will see. Feel free to call me with any questions - (541)228-5613

    Completely restored including a $30,000 paint job. Show quality. Has won 1st in show both times I've shown it(2/2).


    The motor has less than 2,000 miles since rebuild.


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    Numbers Matching Engine
    351 Winsor Bored and Stroked 4 Barrel (Originally 2 Barrel but Modified to 351 4 Barrell Stroker)
    3 Speed Automatic FMX (Originally Had 4 Speed Manual Transmission - You can always go back to a manual if you choose)
    Ford 9 Inch Factory Posi Trak Rear End
    All Original Mustang Equipment(no aftermarket parts)
    Factory AM-FM Radio
    Mach 1 Carpet Interior w/ Red Inserts
    Console
    Power Steering
    Fold Down Seat
    Drag Pac
    Dual Mirrors
    Factory Tach
    Traction Bars
    Working Trip Odometer
    Working Clock
    15" Chrome Wheels
    All Original Metal - No Bondo, No Replaced Panels
    100% Rust Free


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  2. deadeye

    deadeye Albany,OR. Moderator Staff Member

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    Why has the motor been rebuilt if 24,000orig. miles? Who did the rebuild? Why the repaint, what was wrong at 24000 mile to need repainted? Do you have the parts to switch back to standard trans.? Do you have the original parts for the motor (intake&exhaust manifolds/carb)? What size Edelbrock is on it 1406 or is it an AFB? Do you have the original wheels?
     
  3. dstoneburg

    dstoneburg Springfield/Eugene Member

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    Ill answer the questions I know off the top of my head and refer to the owner for the rest.

    The motor was rebuilt during the stroking process. It was repainted because the owner prefers the show car quality paint, the incredibly deep glossy look that they couldn't achieve from factory.
     
  4. parallax

    parallax eugene, or-gun Bronze Supporter Bronze Supporter

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    Hey ds,, are the brackets for the 4-speed clutch and hole in floor still there??. or are all of these just an easy swap back because they were all manufactured for the manual x-mission? I saw this car somewhere recently, was it ebay or craigslist?. thnxs. J
     
  5. dstoneburg

    dstoneburg Springfield/Eugene Member

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    He still has all the parts to put it back to a manual car that could be included in the deal. Including the tranny.
     
  6. bassman2

    bassman2 SW WA Active Member

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    I'm sorry but... If this was more in-line with the market, I'd be interested. I own 2 '68 California Specials, and a Shelby GT500. This Mach 1 is priced like an all original completely restored car.... but it's not.