Mach 1 Mustangs also came with hood scoops, bucket seats, competition suspension, and much more. This particular Mach 1 Fastback comes to us out of South Carolina and before that it is believed to have spent the remainder of its life just north of the border in North Carolina. This 1970 Mustang Mach 1 was purchased new on February 25, 1970 from the Lee Motor Company in Sanford, NC.
appearing white in photographs) and look excellent. Sitting on 4 245/45R17 Radial Tires on Rally Rims, this Mustang Fastback has a great ride and an even better look. The interior on this Mustang looks just like it did when it rolled off the Dearborn, Michigan manufacturing plant floor on January 29, 1970 (one day ahead of schedule).
This 1970 Mustang Mach 1 was purchased new on February 25, 1970 from the Lee Motor Company in Sanford, NC. Under the hood on this 70 Mach 1 is a 351 Cubic Inch Windsor V8 Motor with an upgraded Holley 4 barrel carburetor that drives the rear wheels through a Positraction Rear End. The 351 V8 is mated up to an Automatic Transmission with floor-mounted shifter, ensuring that anybody can drive this powerful muscle car.