Lot #102 - Mach 1 S Code. The rear axle assembly and front drag link accompanied by the Pitman arm are all that is left of the factory car. As for the rest, if it moved or had a trace of rubber incorporated in its construction, it has been replaced. Only the very best was used. Has a 390cid power plant with new electronic ignition, Edelbrock intake, roller rockers and crane "thumper cam". All this mated to a top loader 4-speed. The body of the car was stripped and found to have very little rust. The rockers and floor pans are all original with no rust repair necessary. The under coating was painstakingly stripped in preparation for new gloss black paint. There is no under coating on this car to hide flaws or repairs. The top side paint is finished with four coats of black mixed with chrome metallic. Six coats of clear were applied. Stickers were not an option for this car, as such the stripes and Mach 1 logos were airbrushed, as well as the hood scoop emblem. Everything you see has been painted. There are no stickers on this car. The interior was gutted and replaced with all new upholstery, carpet, dash and dash gauges. Factory in-dash tachometer works without a flaw. All new wood grain, chrome and trim were installed. Door panels on both right and left sides and all door panel hardware were completely replaced. This car comes complete with a Mustang vintage digital radio. Factory Hurst shifter was rebuilt and all linkage was adjusted for smooth one finger operation. New Torq Thrust 2s mated with raised white wall lettered tires complete the car. Marti Report verifies 1 of 1.
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