Ford Mustang Mach 1 Fastback 1970 – USA

Ford Mustang Mach 1 to rumak zaopatrzony w pakiet opcji zorientowany na osiągi. Ten jest jednym z 857 sztuk z tak zwanym “drag pack”, który obejmował m.in. zmodyfikowany 7-litrowy silnik Super Cobra Jet. Bestia jest w dość nietypowym jak na ten rocznik kolorze Bright Gold Metallic, na pokładzie ma 335 KM, szperę (3.91 Traction-Lok differential), automatyczną skrzynię biegów, kierownicę Rim Blow, hamulce tarczowe z przodu i wspomaganie kierownicy. Podsumowując prawdziwa petarda, ale też nieskazitelnie odrestaurowana perełka, która niczym koń czystej krwi arabskiej, zdobywała nagrody np: Mustang Club Of America czy AACA Grand National First Prize. Dzięki tym wszystkim szczegółom na pewno będzie pożądanym przedmiotem licytacji.


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LOT F95.1
1970 FORD MUSTANG MACH 1 FASTBACK
428 SCJ, MCA Concours Award Winner

HIGHLIGHTS
1 of 857 Super Cobra Jet Drag Pack Mach 1s produced in 1970
AACA Grand National First Prize, 1999
MCA Concours Gold winner
Featured in September 2001 issue of Mustang Monthly
Sold new at Bob Gillingham Ford, Inc. in Parma, Ohio
Comprehensive restoration
428 CI Super Cobra Jet engine
Drag Pack
C6 select shift Cruise-O-Matic transmission
3.91 Traction-Lok differential
Power front disc brakes
Power steering
Front and rear spoilers
Rear window louvers
Bright Gold Metallic with Black interior
AM radio
Convenience group
Rim Blow steering wheel
Deluxe belts and warning light
Bright Gold Metallic paint
Deluxe Marti Report

When it comes to first-generation Mustang Mach 1s, it doesn’t get any better than this one. Loaded with options and immaculately restored, the muscular 1970 SportsRoof is powered by the rare 428 Super Cobra Jet big-block, the most coveted engine for collectors. The Bright Gold Metallic exterior paint is unusual for a 1970 Mach 1 in a model year when Ford was pushing its new Grabber colors. In addition to its 335-horsepower FE big-block, the Gold Mach 1 is nicely optioned with C6 Select-Shift Cruise-O-Matic transmission, power front disc brakes, power steering, Convenience Group, AM radio, and Deluxe seat belts with warning light. But the option that matters the most is the Drag Pack, a package that provided 3.91 rear gears in a Traction-Lok differential while also upgrading the 428 Cobra Jet engine to an SCJ with oil cooler, cap-screw connecting rods, and special balancing. Available with both versions of the 428 CJ (Ram Air or non-Ram Air), the SCJ was particularly well-suited for the R-code 428, which came with the functional Shaker hood scoop. Only 857 Mach 1s were equipped with the 428 Super Cobra Jet in 1970. Sold new at Bob Gillingham Ford in Parma, Ohio, this 1970 Mach 1 is not only a highly desirable SCJ, it has also been through a comprehensive restoration that has resulted in Mustang Club of America Gold awards, AACA Grand National First Prize, and a feature in the September 2001 issue of “Mustang Monthly.” In addition to the Shaker hood scoop, the Mach is equipped with the front chin spoiler, rear window louvers, and adjustable deck-lid spoiler. Many 1970 Mach 1s have been updated with Magnum 500 wheels, but this one retains its factory “sport” wheel covers. A Deluxe Marti Report documents the car as a factory Super Cobra Jet Mustang.