1970 Dark Ivy Green Mach 1 for sale. Ordered with fold down rear seat and tinted glass. Factory close ratio 4 speed car with 300 track lok rear. Early build date and is a 351 W 2BBL car. Car will need some floor pan work and some patching in the trunk drop offs but a very nice set of rails and torque boxes with no rust. All exterior body panels are very nice with the exception of the pass rear quater has some bondo in it(low). The quaters are original as well as the doors and fenders. Hood,deck lid and end caps are from another car but the body lines up exceptionally well. White now and will need to be restored but a very easy project as all the original metal does not need to be replaced. Very solid. Black Deluxe interior is complete with no console and looks good. Trap door has speaker holes cut in it. All glass is original to car except for the windsheild which is a carlite block letter one. None of the glass needs to be replaced. Car was a ps non pb car and the steering pump is still in the car. There is no drive line. The rear end is still in the car but no tag is present.Pics show where PO beat on rear tailight panel to straighten, I think it is still useable. Also there was some small front end damage sometime in it's life but nothing needs to be removed to be fixed. This is also documented in the pics.Has Magnum 500's on it but they appear to be off a Cougar. The trim rings do not come with the car. This would make someone a great project as it will not require the extensive metal repairs that most of these cars do and it is a real 4 speed car.I have 60 pics of the car that show everything. Please don't be bashfull to ask for another if there is something specific that you want to see. I do have a standard Marti report and a clear title. I am offering it here first as the last project that I had and someone from the site got it before I took it to the censored site. He is very happy.
Please feel free to call at the # below if you have any questions.
I am asking 6500.00 but am open to any reasonable offer.
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