This 1969 Ford Mustang GT Sportsroof is one of the meanest-looking street machines of all time. Of course, it's only better when it's a real-deal R-code big block 428ci V8 Cobra Jet with a terrific sense of style.
This is an interesting pony car. The big Cobra Jet motor often found its way onto the Shelbys or Mach 1s, and so this one has some distinction for being a GT-level trim. We bet some of you especially like the way this looks because it's a purer design to showcase the lines of .....
the 1969 car's updated design lines. This is also attractive because this example was born in the legendary Wimbledon White color. Not only has the paint received a quality respray, but they also added those golden racing stripes that go all the way over the top before the clearcoat so it all has a smooth shine. The whole package is aggressively elegant, and you see that in the sporty pieces like the Boss-level front splitter, hood pins, GT wheels, side louvers, quad exhaust tips, and well-integrated rear spoiler in the Sportsroof's design. And of course, the shaker hood scoop is a terrific way to announce there is some serious gallop in this pony.
The Wimbledon White exterior is a great historic color for first-gen Mustangs, and Ivy Gold is arguably the most distinctive color offered inside. So it's awesome to see the Marti Report tell us this one was born with such a cool color combo. More than just colors, this one was optioned quite nicely for comfort and distinction, including a center console and fold-flat rear seat with trunk pass-through. And what you'll really like is how this one truly feels vintage. It's in everything from the way your back glides over the ribs of the bucket seat to the grip of the thin factory wheel.
This is an R-code Mustang, which means it's correct to have the big block 428 cubic-inch V8 with ram air that's under the hood. This is a replacement block, and they took the time to upgrade it. too. It includes a Holley four-barrel carburetor, an Edelbrock aluminum intake, a Mallory distributor, and a Milodon oil pan for added power and fortification. This mighty motor is mated to a stout Ford C6 three-speed automatic transmission. As you look underneath, you'll spot more great features, like the H-pipe dual exhaust and traction bard on the rear. Add in power steering, power brakes, and front discs, and you have a powerful fastback that's also a solid all-around cruiser.
This is quite a unique Cobra Jet Mustang GT, and you even have the Deluxe Marti Report that can show you how it's a one-of-one! Currently on a rebuilt title, there's a lot of distinction and fun in this rare and powerful pony Call today!!!