1971 Ford Mustang Mach 1

M Code, ProStreet, 700hp, Gently Used!

$32,800

Harry's Thoughts

This is a very nice example that is sure to help make its new caretaker many happy memories!

THE ESSENTIALS

SOLD to California!! This is a car for the manliest of men. Your chest hair will thicken and your testosterone will increase just by standing in it’s presence. It’s rumored that whoever dares to drive this beat will ascend to a new level of Alpha – a demigod – amongst the company of Hercules and Chuck Norris. Only 3 men have ever driven this car. When the drive was over, their mustaches had grown into a lush, bushy cookie duster. This may be the car for you…. if you can handle it.

This 1971 Mustang Mach 1 is a Texas car with what is believed to be 26,000 original miles. In 2014 this car had a complete rotisserie restoration, which included a long list of improvements and aftermarket equipment to turn it into the ProStreet drag car it is today. A full list of the build can be found at the bottom of this description. And the answer to big question you’re thinking is no, this car was not taken to the track while under it’s current owner. The wear and tear on this vehicle is also minimal, suggesting it has not been driven very hard ever.

Mechanically, this car is in very good condition. With 700hp, this car really pulls and sounds amazing. Shifts are harsh, but intentionally so due to the B&M Shifter. This car has hardly been driven since it’s restoration. The only things we noticed on it, mechanically speaking, were the removal of the windshield wipers and stock tachometer works intermittently (the aftermarket tach works fine).

Cosmetically, this car looks quite nice, even up close. The bright red (3) paint looks great, with lots of depth. The interior, by and large, is also very good. We’ve done our best to capture the blemishes on the exterior and interior throughout the photos. There are signs of wear / age/ minor cosmetic imperfections throughout. This is a terrific car to drive and enjoy and would be welcome at most local and regional shows and events.

Our take on this Mustang is simple and accepting of what it is; a very cool, strong running prostreet muscle car. The dyno sheet (we have a copy) is impressive, and this car is a blast to drive. Our inspection has deemed it to be in very good condition and it’s ready to be enjoyed.

Build Details:
– BDS 671 Blower
– 427/700 hp stroker engine
– Dual 4-barrel carbs
– C6 Street/Strip transmission
– B&M Shifter with line lock
– Caltrac rear suspension
– 4.11 9 inch Ford rear end
– Detroit locker
– Original interior and body panels
– Oliver billet rods
– World Products heads
– Crane roller valvetrain
– CSI remote water pump
– Mallory comp 9000
– MSD BTM ignition
– Hooker comp headers
– Magnafuel 275 fuel pump
– B&M deep pan
– B&M rachet shifter
– Wilwood rear disc brakes
– Auto Meter Ultra-Lite gauges
– Weld Pro Star Wheels
– New wiring

This vehicle may be viewed at our Phoenix Showroom. For more information, contact Daniel at +1.917.890.4230 or at daniel@classicpromenade.com

1971 Ford Mustang Mach 1

$32,800

PRIVATE SALE STATUS
SELLER NAME
LOCATION USA
VIEWS 22

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1971 Ford Mustang Mach 1
1971 Ford Mustang Mach 1

$32,800

VIN 1f05m171495
BODY STYLE Coupe
FUEL Gasoline
MILES 26,000
GEARBOX Semi-automatic
DOORS 2
INT COLOR Black
EXT COLOR Red
YEAR 1971
LOCATION Phoenix, AZ
PRIVATE SALE STATUS
SELLER
VIEWS 22

Ford Mustang

Interesting Fact: The Ford Mustang has been in continuous production since 1964 and is currently in its sixth generation. This vehicle was originally predicted to sell 100,000 units but ended up selling 400,000 in its first year, and the one-millionth was sold within two years of launch. From 1965 to 1973, the Ford Mustang was…
Interesting Fact: The Ford Mustang has been in continuous production since 1964 and is currently in its sixth generation. This vehicle was originally predicted to sell 100,000 units but ended up selling 400,000 in its first year, and the one-millionth was sold within two years of launch. From 1965 to 1973, the Ford Mustang was created from the compact Ford Falcon. In 1974, however, Ford decided to rework the Mustang to be a longer-wheelbase version of the Pinto. This model, called the Mustang II, was standard until the Mustang began using the Fox platform in 1979. The Ford Mustang stopped using the Fox platform in 2005 and has since produced two generations that use their own unique platforms. The sporty vehicle has offered six-cylinder and eight-cylinder engines throughout its lifespan, but a four-cylinder model is the base today. Throughout the years, varying models of the Ford Mustang were denoted with different nameplates such as GT, Mach 1, Cobra, and more. This muscle car is still a popular option for car buyers and enthusiasts today!

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