A 1970 MUSTANG MACH 1 WITH A MID-ENGINE SETUP!!!!!!!
They usually take you by surprise, when you least expect it and if that’s not one the coolest form of vanity, I don’t know what is. But no matter how you put it, you can’t classify iconic, classic Mustangs as sleepers. In fact, they’re the exact opposite: striking to look at and slow.
Take for instance a 1970 Mustang Mach 1 with its attention grabbing attitude, colors and options. Even the base 1970 Mach 1 stallion came in with a striking paint-scheme and with a 250 HP, 5.8-liter, Cleveland V8.
This is one of those cars that sets your imagination on fire. A long, Raven black ‘64 Ford Galaxie 500 that glistens like a prize fighter in the ring, with a heart just as big. Ford was good at building big and comfy family cars, but they also did a heck of a job stripping them down into racing versions, like our R-code version with it’s 425 HP 427 powerplant.
It's an original N-code car...meaning it is powered by the 360 HP 429 Thunder Jet V8. It also features a Close-ratio four-speed, 3.50 Rear gears w/Trac-Lok , and factory A/C. This car also comes with the Marti report, that veries all of it's original equipment. That's pretty cool right?