It’s not out of the ordinary for muscle cars, especially the classics, to evoke envy out of those who lay their eyes on them. That being said, this 1970 Ford Mustang Sportsroof Fastback is no exception. What’s more, it’s painted in the stunning Dark Ivy Green Metallic color that accentuates all its curves and gives it that extra-special appeal. This beauty is currently up for sale through Ellingson Motorcars in Rogers, Minnesota for $59,995.
This 1970 Mustang Fastback was owned by just one family since new and has a truly special story behind it. The son had done a complete restoration of this very cool muscle car, which is an admirable feat all on its own. The resto project included a rebuild of the numbers-matching 428 Cobra Jet Ram Air engine. What’s more, this ‘Stang includes a dyno sheet full Marti report with both factory build sheets and the original sale info.
The car was custom ordered with the 428 cubic-inch Cobra Jet engine mated to a four-speed close-ratio manual transmission. It also has the Traction-Loc rear differential with both power steering and power disc brakes up front. It’s also equipped with Ford’s Convenience Group package, an AM/8-track stereo radio, and black hood stripes. This Fastback model sits on argent-styled steel wheels wrapped in belted tires with raised white letters. It is one of 832 models with this paint/trim code and one of just 249 built with this CJ engine/transmission.
This dark green dream has low miles on the odometer, and was obviously well taken care of; this classic has its whole life ahead of it. If the stunning paint job and muscular lines didn’t get you, the power of the CJ 428 engine will. Just turn the key and you will see just how amazing the Ford Mustang Fastback truly is. There’s no doubt about it.
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