Rare Mach I Q-Code With Just 66k Actual Miles Is Selling At The Raleigh Classic

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351 cubic inches of pure speed.

Mach 1, a name known by everyone from fighter pilots to Ford and Theseus. A combination of old and new muscle car styling, exiting the 1960s and starting a new in 1970s. This pony car stuck in the world with a completely different look from anything else available at the time and as such became a very controversial but iconic example of the Ford mustang.

This particular Mach 1 is a stunning American muscle car, coded and a bright red paint job. It was always very important for the mustang to look good as it rocketed past other cars on the highway. Everything from the black performance decals to the vintage wheels tells you exactly what Ford had in mind when they designed the automobile. Of course, you might be wondering if its beautiful condition is limited only to the exterior. However, that is far from the case as only 66,000 miles are featured on the odometer.

With that in mind, you can rest assured knowing that the potent 351 V8 engine will always carry you to your destination. It was a incredibly sought after motor at the time and these days it’s nearly symbolic of the sort of performance Ford tried to create in the 1960s and 70s. On top of that you also get a five speed manual jasper transmission, fit for a real driver. Overall this is an incredible pony car that features everything you might want as a car person which is exactly why you should consider it for your next automotive purchase.

Join us at The Raleigh Classic Winter Auction on December 2-3 in Youngsville, North Carolina. To learn more about bidding, consignment and accommodations, please visit https://www.raleighclassic.com.

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