Monday, August 6, 2018

Zero To Broke In 60 Seconds: 1969 Ford Mustang Mach 1

Mustang snobs tend to gravitate towards the early 1964-65-66 or 1967-68 Fastback versions for various reasons that escape me at the moment (but are probably rarity, exclusivity, coolness, in that order) but random yokels on the street know one thing about a classic 60s Mustang.  The 69 Mach 1 was the coolest.  Find this 1969 Ford Mustang Mach 1 offered for $20,000 in Jacksonville, FL via craigslist. Tip from FuelTruck.


Finding a 69 Mach 1 with an asking price under $20k is either a really good deal or a total basket case -- so scrutinize this one carefully with your friendly car restoration expert before plunking down cash.  It'll need at LEAST all new fenders, 1/4 panels, hood, and possibly much more...but thankfully you can buy a new version of every piece of 69 body from the guys at dynacorn.  Just about every other part for a 69 Mustang is available from various online retailers, so at least you won't be custom fabricating parts like you are restoring a 62 Saab or something.


From the seller:
1969 Ford Mustang 
VIN: 9F02M174456 
condition: good 
fuel: gas 
odometer: 63649 
title status: clean 
transmission: automatic 
I purchased this car from a guy in Rockford, IL who had purchased it from the original owner just months prior. He never titled it so I am the 2nd title owner. I bought it with the intention of resorting it, but shortly after getting the vehicle I accepted a new job that has taken me from Chicago to Orlando to Philadelphia, and now to Jacksonville. I just don't have the time to invest into the car and decided it's best to sell.

1969 Ford Mustang Mach 1 SportsRoof. 63,649 original miles. M-code 351 4V V8. 9" read end with 3.25:1 gear. FMX Automatic. Candy apple Red w/ Flat Back Hood and Deluxe Interior. Fold down rear seat.

Car runs great. Has some rust as expected. Message me for more details or a showing. Asking $20,000. I have a clean Illinois Title in hand.


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2 comments:

  1. It looks so tempting for the money, but that rust-belt state origin story is frightening....
    Probably floors to go along with the quarters and fenders. Bummer.

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  2. There were no '1964' Mustangs. The early ones were all 1965 models per VIN and title.

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