1969 Ford Mustang Mach I 428 Cu In Super Cobra-Jet Engine
This is the mother of all mothers when it comes to 60’s muscle cars. Ford built a huge volume of Mustangs during the 60’s and 70’s. They competed head to head with the Chevrolet Camaro on and off the track. This car was originally invoiced to the Ford Motor Sales Division to be used as a promotional display car. When I purchased the car I was able to get the build sheet, original window sticker, a copy of the factory invoice and a full Marti report.
This car was born a true 428 Cu In Super Cobra Jet with the optional Drag Pak package giving it a 4.30 to 1 rear axle ratio. That’ll put some starch in your shorts. Built for straight line, brute acceleration this is a car that loves to go. Its distinctive sound and feel are not matched by anything else I’ve driven. The factory color and Mach I package make it rather unique and it is always a favorite with visitor to our shop.
Virtually no work had to be performed on this show ready example and we get it out in the summer months to give it a little exercise. Boy the looks you get from people of all ages when they see this little peice of automotive history.
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