This beautiful albeit powerful factory drag racer is equipped with Ford’s legendary 428ci Super Cobra Jet engine.


For the 1969 model year, Ford debuted a new Mustang with a whole different attitude and named it the Mach 1. Military jet pilots use the term Mach 1 for the speed of sound, so the name seemed fitting. This new Mustang was a force to be reckoned with in the muscle car era with a big-block engine, a beefy rear end, and attractive sportsroof styling. Here's your chance to take home the holy grail 1969 Mach 1 Factory Drag Racer.

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This Mustang was special-ordered 50 years ago, and it was a finished in a stunning Pastel Gray Paint (3303-A) with a contrasting blacked-out hood. All chrome trim is show-quality, and the beautiful paint could not be better. In pristine condition inside and out, this car went under the knife for a full frame-off restoration cosmetically and mechanically and was brought back to factory specifications with no expense spared. Because of its meticulous restoration with the components provided by CJ Pony Parts, this Mach 1 appears brand new as if it just rolled off the assembly line. Even better, only 49,000 miles have accumulated on the clock over its lifetime. Open the doors to reveal an immaculate deluxe interior made of black-knit vinyl and complete with Mach 1 hi-back bucket seats. Also, this car features a radio delete.

Powering this gem of a Mach 1 is the highly desired 428-cubic-inch Super Cobra Jet "Ram-Air" V8 engine backed by a heavy-duty C-6 Select Shift 3-speed automatic transmission that twists a W-Code Traction-Lok rear axle stuffed with 4.30 gears. The holy grail of competitive performance options for the Mach 1, the beefy V8 is accompanied by a "Ram-Air" induction system, dual exhaust, competition suspension, steep gear ratio, extra cooling package, and an engine dress up kit including cast aluminum rocker covers and Cobra Jet hood identification.

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