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post #1 of 17 (permalink) Old 03-07-2019, 07:59 PM Thread Starter
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Whatís it worth?

Thoughts on this

1970 Mach 1
Close ratio 4 speed
351C 4 barrel
Candy apple red

All based on marti report


Paint shot
Interior shot

And with scoop and strip options

No rust..SW car all it’s life

Need a little body work

Starts. Breaks shot

Hasnt moved for about 4 years
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post #2 of 17 (permalink) Old 03-07-2019, 10:11 PM
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Impossible to even guesstimate off of the information given.

Someone could give a range, ie. $5k to 20k but what good is that? We would need to know what all is there and see pictures...

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here are some pics and marti
report
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from marti report


Serial Number 0F05M105535
0 1970
F Built at Dearborn
05 Mustang Mach I 2-Door SportsRoof
M 351-4V V-8 Engine
105535 Serial Number of this Ford scheduled for
production at Dearborn
09/69 September, 1969
63C Mustang Mach I 2-Door SportsRoof
T Red Paint, Ford #2008-A
3W White Knit Vinyl Mach I Bucket Seats
9 3.25 Conventional Rear Axle
6 Four-Speed Close Ratio Manual Transmission
75 Phoenix DSO (District Sales Office


ORDER TYPE: STOCK
DSO ITEM #: 1900
DEALER #: 75D200
WAYNE LOVELADYS FRONTIER FORD
1600 LOMAS BLVD NE PO BOX 8446
ALBUQUERQUE NM 87103
IMPORTANT DATES
ORDER RECEIVED: 07/29/69
CAR SERIALIZED: 08/21/69
BUCKED: 09/09/69
SCHEDULED FOR BUILD: 09/08/69
ACTUALLY BUILT: 09/16/69
RELEASED: 09/16/69
SOLD: 11/05/69
STATISTICS
Your vehicle was one of:
5,400 With this Paint Code
942 With these Paint/Trim Codes
2,987 With these Engine/Transmission Codes
409 Ordered from this DSO
18,894 With Tinted Glass-Complete
For the 1970 Mustang Mach I 2-Door SportsRoof
Your vehicle was equipped with the following features:
- Black Hood Stripe
- E70X14 Belted White Sidewall Tires
- AM Radio
- Tinted Glass-Complete
Your vehicle was actually produced on September 16, 1969 -- eight days behind schedule.
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As an official member of the cheap SOB club, I wouldn't pay more than 3-4k for a car in that condition.
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i would buy 10 for that price.......but the guy wants 13500
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9-12k is more in line to current selling prices. Truely rust free and good original usable body panels would add more value to it in my mind. If I were in the market Iíd go look at it. I think the 351 cars were the best drivers hands down. I waisted over 2 years looking for a solid 69. Rust free mustang are very far and few between now days. If buying to restore or flip Iíd walk away. If you have plans to restore and keep, Iíd go look at it very closely.
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The 69-70s have started to take off I find. The parts have certainly gone up. I don’t think 13500 isn’t completely out of line if it’s truly rust free.
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bet it would bring 13-15 on ebay. They are so desirable and too many people have no clue how expensive it is to restore one and there are just so few that are not looking like an Alkaseltzer after 5 seconds in water...
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You will be replacing every single piece in the interior, for a 69/70 that is very expensive. Even has the wrong seats in it. This car needs to be 100% rust free for that money.

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Thanks gents. I was thinking about looking at it.

My dilemma is this:

I currently own a 69 sports roof. Plain Jane

200 cid
C4
Tilt streaming
Fold down seats
4 lug manual drum

BUT
The car has been in storage for 13 years and unfortunately there was a leak in the garage Roof. It collapsed. I was 8 states away. Did not know this

Anyway the body is straight BUT all the pans and all the frail rails need to be replaced

I purchased it for $3500 in 2000.

I have collected bunch of parts over the years

Power Discs brake conversion off of a grande
Shifter
Console
Mach 1 seats front and back
4speed toploader
And a bunch of other tidbits

Iím wonder if I should abandon the 69 since itís a plane Jane fastback and pick up this 70 Mach 1 that is supposed to be ďabsolutelyĒ rust free

It already has a 351...toploader...9 inch etc

What i save spend a 13k acquisition I can maybe save on metal work

Thoughts?
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ru you kidding, no rust. I guarantee once you crawl under there its going to be a mess. maybe not pot holes but tons of pin holes.
whole car is shot Id surmise all wiring as well

its a run of the mill Mach. nothing special there. imo put you $$ elsewhere. Rick doesn't need to pay for another college fund

unless you have the mechanical and financial means and time to tackle it yourself id pass on it.

i dont think the car will ever be worth any time soon what youre going to sink into it

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Thanks for input

Who is Rick?
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Thanks for input

Who is Rick?
He's probably referring to the owner of NPD, Rick, who is also frequently found posting on here.

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Lol. Agreed
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