Now, even among so many other Mach 1s that we’ve showcased, this one manages to stand out in spectacular fashion. According to Bring a Trailer, the car has been fully refurbished. It’s got a new replacement taillight panel, quarter panels, rear outer wheel wells, rear frame rails, new trunk and front floor pans, just to name a few. It was also repainted in its factory Silver Jade finish, which was always considered a very special color.
Other discerning visuals include the matte black hood, rear window sports slats, chrome bumpers, hood pins, hood scoop, front and rear spoilers, plus the 15-inch Magnum 500 wheels wrapped in Cooper Cobra Radial G/T rubber.
In order to make sure the car drove better, new shocks, steering box, and new brakes were also installed.
The interior is absolutely gorgeous, featuring high-back bucket seats, black vinyl upholstery, new dashboard, door panels, steering wheel, headliner, shifter bushings, seat belts – the works. There’s even a hidden Alpine sound system under the rear driver-side armrest, while a backup camera is also included in the sale (though it’s currently not installed on the car).
As for the 351-ci (5.7-liter) V8 engine, it too was rebuilt. It now works alongside an Edelbrock four-barrel carburetor, March Performance chrome pulley system, MSD electronic ignition, JBA Performance exhaust system, and an FMX three-speed automatic.
We should mention that this car has already covered 7,100 miles (11,400 km), which is not ideal if you're, say, a collector. Then again, '69 Mustang Mach 1s are just meant to be driven, so let's hope this doesn't become anyone's "barn find" sometime in the future.