^^ This!For pretty much any 69-70 Mach 1
Rusted to death garbage is $5k -$10k
Rusty cars are $10k -$15k
Non rusty cars are $15k-$20k
Subtract a grand or so for the missing drivetain.
A friend sold his 70 Mach earlier this year. Running, driving 351-2v car that needed to be repainted. Listed it at $14k and had a waiting list of 42 people that wanted to buy the car.
My numbers come with the context that it's a project car and not "drop in a motor and drive to a car show". If it's missing drivetrain, it's a fair assumption that it needs a bunch more work. This is what I see offered for sale around my area. The 70 Mach my friend sold could have easily netted him $20k if he had listened to me about prices.where are these #s coming from. any decent clean and fairly correct SB Mach should be 35-40 range
The 69 Mustang GT is very rare, very desirable and very expensive; more than a similarly equipped Mach 1. Second, the 390 is the rarest engine option among the '69 Mustangs, but it's not very desirable and it's not particularly valuable compared to other Mach 1 Mustangs. Sure, 69/70 Mach 1 prices are very high these days. But I really don't think a 390 option gives that price much of a boost.Ok the values of FE 1969 mustangs has gone up a bit. I kinda laugh when someone says that a 390 car is a detriment. Or when someone states that it does not help value. Sure, the 390 is not boss. No, it is not a cobrajet. Or a Shelby. But there is not another mustang besides those that are worth more money. If it is really a mach, that is the big option to have. WOrth more that GT even though GT are more rare. Anyone states anything else is not being truthful. You can take the 302, and 351s out of equation. That gets rid of a lot of cars. And the car is set up for FE engine. That is the real facts about 1969 FE mustangs. Value is hard to say. The Auto is not worth as much as a stick but still very desirable. What color (to some real important). Options, interiors and ect..... The fact that it does not have the original engine and trans actually may make it more useful for you if you did not want to do a complete stock restoration. The days of picking up a shell of a 390 car for 4k are done. I got my shell 5 years ago for that. I remember the number of 800+ mach1 390 cars but cannot find my marti. Not sure if this was all cars or just one of the stick options. I think it was for all mach1 390 cars though. If it is solid worth probably 10-15k, maybe more depending on what comes with it.
Roddster said "BY 1969, having a 390 was a detriment. So, no motor in this case is a plus."Ok the values of FE 1969 mustangs has gone up a bit. I kinda laugh when someone says that a 390 car is a detriment. Or when someone states that it does not help value.