This 1971 Ford Mustang Mach 1 is a well-done coupe that combines the ideal Sportsroof fastback look with bold paint, fuel injected 351 V8 power, cold-blowing A/C, and a terrific vintage style. So dig into all the details on this powerful-looking pony.
A Mach 1 fastback Mustang deserves a vibrant color like red. This was upgraded later in life, and today there's a good gloss and shine to keep this looking attractive. We love the Mach 1 package because they made these coupes look bolder .....
and meaner. So you know they make excellent street machines. So as you dig through the full package, you're going to discover great driver-ready upgrades, and an overall style that tells you this car was meant to be driven. The Mach 1 has a terrifically coordinated dark side. It starts up front with a blackout grille, deep chin spoiler, and a wide stripe on the race-inspired hood. Along the profile are the Mach 1 hockey-stick sports stripe and blackout lower rockers. And the rear looks great with the rear window louvers, Mach 1 stripe, blackout panel, and a full-width rear spoiler. And because this is a proper American icon, there's also nice bright work in places like the bright chrome rear bumper and good trim. The upgraded clear headlights and mags wheels with wide BF Goodrich T/As hint at its upgraded cruising attitude.
Inside is a very well-coordinated total package. The newer seat covers are finished in red and black to match the exterior. These two colors combine the door panels, dash, and newer red carpeting to make the couple look like a well-planned classic. The whole setup looks thoughtful, right down to the working dome light. The Mach 1 package added some upscale feeling to the interior with the wood-like trim and optional center console. There are also features for your comfort, like a classic AM/FM stereo and cold-blowing R134a air conditioning. You can also instantly tell this was built for driving. It has the right classic features like the high-back bucket seats, a grippy woodgrain sports steering wheel, and clear factory gauges with speedo and tach.
Under the hood is exactly what you want to see on an M-code Mustang, a 351 cubic-inch V8. It's a clean presentation that keeps the look of stock, right down to the callouts on the air grabber. But while the engine bay goes to great lengths to look correct, we have receipts for $10k, including a documented motor rebuild. So now, this fresher V8 has been topped with a Holley Sniper electronic fuel injection system that gives you the best power and consistency. This coupe is built for enjoying on the road, so you have a three-speed automatic transmission, power steering, power brakes, and front discs.
The sale includes build receipts, a Marti Report, and the owner's manual. This is the bold red Mach 1 with the upgrades that make you love taking your classic out on the road at any time. Call now!