1971 Ford Mustang Mach 1 Fastback
MACH 1 Package
Professionally Built - Balanced & Blueprinted 351W 4bbl. V8 - Receipts
Paxton SN93 Supercharger System w Original Paperwork / Receipt
C6 3-Speed Automatic Transmission
Front Disc Brakes
Magnum 500 Styled Steel Mustang Wheels & B.F. Goodrich Radial T/A tires
Front & Rear Spoilers & Mach 1 lower body graphics
Mach 1 High-Back Bucket Seating & Center Console
Rebuilt Suspension Front & Rear - Polyurethane Bushings in Rear
Custom H-Pipe Dual Exhaust System
Garrett Classics is proud to showcase this nicely restored 1971 Ford Mustang Mach 1. This car is a labor of love, built over the course of many years by a Ford enthusiast in Carrollton, Texas who is no longer with us. He really set this car up right, from the drive train to the built suspension. It is a pleasure to cruise in. Be sure to play the special video drive & tour of this '71 Mustang Mach 1. This car is powered by a professionally built, balanced & blueprinted Paxton Supercharged 351 Windsor paired with the C6 3-speed automatic transmission. The original Cleveland block is available. We have many receipts detailing much of the work performed and parts involved. We also have a photo album of the car in the 1990s and throughout parts of the restoration. The suspension has been built as well, front to back. SEE PHOTOS BELOW - We also have photos of the late Caroll Shelby signing this car's glovebox door as well.
The Wimbleton White finish & blue interior is correct per the original factory identification decal.
The paint and body are in exceptional condition. There are some minor paint flaws, but nothing major. This is a very clean Mustang & a true MACH 1. Subtle "Supercharged" script emblems are on either side of the famed NACA ducted factory hood. The factory blue interior is in very good condition. Custom gauges were installed, we do have the original speedometer cluster (60,864 miles) & many additional parts included with this car.
The interior is a combination of original and new. It appears the carpet and seats were redone, but the rear side panels are original. The man, the legend was here, much missed by car enthusiasts worldwide. We have several notebooks and receipts which will go with the car. There are even 2 handwritten small note pads kept by the owner, detailing miles and service.
This is the original speedometer. This was believed to be actual mileage on the Mach 1 when the engine was changed. Below are the new gauges installed when the engine change was done. As you can see, there were very few miles put on it after.