1969 Mustang Mach 1 S-Code pro-touring project for sale. I have too many projects going on and I have to harvest some cash to keep others going. This one was going to be very cool, but I have to let it go. Originally red with black interior, but you will be buying a rolling chassis in primer, metal work complete, ready for paint and final assembly. It comes will a literal truck load of parts and is located with my builder- a professional who can take the car all the way to turn-key complete for you and paint it whatever color you want, or you can take it as is. Here is what you get:

427 side oil engine bored and stroked to 454 CID
602HP @ 5800RPM / 585TQ on WESTEC dyno
10.5:1 compression, forged internals
Hydraulic roller cam/ roller rocker assemblies
Ported Edelbrock heads
Fully ported Edelbrock RPM intake OR Victor intake (pick one)
FPA Tri-Y headers - ceramic coated
Billet Specialties serpentine accessory drive
Holley 750 CFM carb
6qt Canton oil pan
Magnaflow 3” exhaust kit
Be Cool cooling module

Tremec T-56 wide ratio transmission with scattershield and Centerforce clutch
Aluminum driveshaft
Hydroboost system

TCI suspension - 3-link torque arm and Watts link rear, IFS front, Ridetech coil-overs
Currie 9’ axle, 3.89 gears, True Trac diff, forged 31 spline shafts
14” front / 13” rear brakes
Torq Thrust wheels 18x9.5” front / 18x12“ rear
Nitto tires 274x40 front / 335x30 rear

Full TMI interior with console
Fold down rear seat
IDIDIT steering column
Flaming River steering wheel
Vintage Air A/C Kit

Anvil Auto wide body fenders, fiberglass/carbon fiber blend (they look stock but are 1.125” wider)
Mini-tub kit installed (still works with fold down rear seats)
Trunk mount battery kit
Ram Air breather kit
Power windows kit

Tons more… message me for more details. This car comes with 95% of the parts you need to complete it.
You will need to get your own wiring harness, glass, spoilers, bumpers, gas tank.

It is almost done with metal work now and I will post more pics soon, but here is pic from a couple of months ago. It had pretty much ALL of the metal replaced… The pics of the fenders are the included Anvil Auto fenders and wheels/tires mocked up on a friend’s car that wasn’t lowered. The 275 tires fit perfectly with no rubbing. This car will be an auto cross machine that is totally fine on the street. Somebody please finish this project and let me live vicariously through you when you take it out and play with it!