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1969 Mustang fastback that's been in my possession for the past 30+ years.
Complete documentation.
No longer has the nitrous oxide system, it was removed with the previous engine.
This current engine has never been raced or abused in ANY way and has less than 500 miles on it.
The car has been put together with the intention of mostly street cruising and car shows thus is completely street legal with working lights, horn and windshield wipers.
Original F-code Mustang Sportsroof and not a true Mach 1.
Fender tag and dash VIN plate all still in place with a clean matching Texas title.

Engine:
Ford Pro Street 408 cubic inch Stroker. Professionally built by Big Al Lombardo in Connecticut.

750+ Dyno'd Horsepower, Dart 351 Block, 4340 Double Keyed Steel Crank, H-Beam Steel Rods, JE Forged 8.5 to 1 Compression Pistons, File Fit Rings, H-Series Clevite Bearings, Complete Rotating Assembly Balanced, 660/660 Roller Cam, Roller Lifters, Double Roller Timing Chain and Gears, Aluminum Waterpump and Billet Overdrive, Waterpump Pulley, Polished Edelbrock Aluminum Heads, Manley Stainless Steel Valves, Comp Cams Valve Springs, Retainers and Locks, ARP Head Bolts, ARP Screw In Studs and Guide Plates, Comp Cams Stainless Steel Roller Rockers, Jomar Stud Girdles, Ford Racing Cast Aluminum Valve Covers, MSD Distributor Ignition, MSD Digital 6 plus, BDS Polished Intake, Polished 871 Supercharger, 3" Drive, Pair of Quickfuel 750 Boost Reference Blower Carbs, Linkage, Fuel Lines, Funnycar Style Beltguard, BDS Dual Carb Scoop with K&N Filters, Billet Alternator Brackets.

•Art Morrison 4 link rear suspension / fully welded rear frame clip with panhard bar
•Aldan adjustable rear coil-over shocks
•9" Ford narrowed rear housing. Moser 4:56 full spool center with Strange 35 spline axle shafts
•C4 transmission with manual reverse valve body, Kevlar friction components & Trans brake.
•Transpecialties 8" 4100 stall torque converter
•Turbo Action Cheetah SCS competition shifter
•Wilwood pro series rear disc brake kit
•Full steel wheel tubs (40"x 23")
•Full steel floors and rear firewall with custom bead work
•Custom removable steel access covers underneath rear of car
•Fully channeled and welded frame connectors
•12 point roll cage (Chris Alston Chassisworks) with 2 door swing outs
•Driveshaft safety loop
•Custom made 22 gallon aluminum fuel cell with sending unit
•Aerospace Components electric fuel pump with adjustable regulator
•Steel braided fuel supply and return hoses
•All new front-end factory style steering and suspension parts
•Front disc brakes
•Adjustable brake proportioning valve
•Flaming River steering box
•Weld ProStar wheels (15" x 3.5" front, 15" x 15" rear) powder coated in black chrome
•Mickey Thompson Sportsman tires 33"x 19.5"
•Custom fabricated 3" exhaust with Flowmaster 2 chamber mufflers, side exit with stainless square tips
•Optima battery with billet hold down
•MSD Digital 6 Plus ignition
•Autometer gauges set in the custom instrument panel, roll bar mounted pods and inside trunk (Voltmeter & Nitrous PSI)
•Autometer monster tach with shift light and low oil pressure light
•Kirkey aluminum racing seats with custom seat covers
•Aluminum radiator with Flex-a-lite Black Magic X-treme electric cooling fan
•Exterior color Chrome Yellow, matte black hood and tail light panel with Mach 1 decals, all chrome, stainless, bezels, emblems, lenses, weatherstripping, gaskets and seals have all been replaced.

Floor pans, frame rails, torque boxes and any other necessary panel replacement and rust repair has all been completed during my ownership.
The undercarriage is painted black for a very neat and clean look. There are no loose or hanging wires, hoses or components of any kind. Everything is routed tight to the body, neatly clamped and run through grommets where needed.
Custom sheet metal access panels were fabricated to give the undercarriage a finished appearance while remaining functional by being removable to get to hardware, wiring and fuel pump.
The car is a show winner that gets a ton of attention anywhere it goes.
Although this car is mechanically in sound condition, there are no guarantees or warranties and is being sold in as-is condition.
If you can not accept the responsibilities and potential risks of owning a car like this then please look at something else more suited for you.

Car is located in Sugar Land, TX 77479 just outside of Houston.

  1. Please see pictures and video links below.
Inquiries, please contact me directly by phone or text at 610-517-0088.
I do not check the forum on a regular basis. Thanks.

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Only interested trades considered would be Shelby, 1969 Mustang fastback, Mach 1, Boss and 1968 thru 1970 B body Mopars (Charger, Coronet, Super Bee, etc)
Also E body Mopars (Cuda, Challenger)

Videos of car can be seen here;
1969 Ford Mustang Mach 1 Tribute Pro Street Video 1
1969 Ford Mustang Mach 1 Tribute Pro Street Video 1
1969 Ford Mustang Mach 1 Tribute Pro Street Video 2
1969 Ford Mustang Mach 1 Tribute Pro Street Video 2


$48,500.00
Serious buyers - thank you!
 

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