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1970 Ford Mustang - Mach I
Original R code sitting in a machine shed in South Dakota for the last 20+ years!
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classicchassi  - June 11, 2012
What kind of $ are we talking about to purchase?
crazy4camaros  - August 12, 2011
I'm a chevy guy(obviously) but this car is not something to waste
79fordfanatic  - March 2, 2011
that would be a sweet drag car
opschief3537  - December 7, 2010
I hate to see American muscle cars wasting away, no matter what make or model. This Mustang really needs to be restored.
delorean1111111111  - November 29, 2010
I am a ford guy and I agree
58chevyguy  - July 2, 2010
I'm not a Ford guy, but this car should be restored A.S.A.P!
delorean1111111111  - June 14, 2010
I am just mad at the people who let the worlds best cars rust away!
70mustangmach1  - February 23, 2010
Actually Moparguy, you are both right. The original "Gone in 60 Seconds", H.B. Halicki's 1974 film, starred a '73 Mach as Eleanor. The more recent "...60 Seconds" remake with Nicholas Cage starred the '67 Shelby. If you haven't seen the '74 movie version, it is a must have.
novanut74  - January 3, 2010
this is precious
abigfoot  - August 24, 2009
New a guy that won one of these in a Standard oil football card game in 1970 or 71 with a 429 in it.
moparguy426  - June 22, 2009
ok embarracuda not true chevy is crappy and the mustang from gone in 60 seconds is a 1967 GT 500 and its elanor
junkyardmustang  - May 29, 2009
nice car
cricketswillfly  - May 3, 2009
I sure hate people that have no appreciation of what REAL cars are..I think I'm in love with this car...
stangman1967  - April 16, 2009
Mustang from the movie Gone in 60 Seconds was a 1971-1973 ford mustang thats a 70 mach1 even with the way it looks i'd like to have it parked at my house
dwp27  - March 22, 2009
Looks just like the Mustang from the movie Gone in 60 Seconds that was made in the 70's. Very simliar to the one they used in the movie.
rustynail1o2  - March 8, 2009
i love mustangs. this LOOKS like a 69 mustang boss. this is a very nice car
street454  - October 13, 2008
It is in a pole shed and VERY DEEP pockets are a nesessity!
chaos69  - October 7, 2008
wheres it at I want to bring it home
street454  - July 8, 2008
Okay...A gentleman bought the car in 1970. Had it a few years, scared himself with the power, traded it in for a 4 dr Rambler. Gentleman number 2 bought it, drove it, put it in a shed, then was killed in a corn bin accident. Willed it to his then 15 or 16 year old son, who has been in trouble with the law. He is now 19 or 20 out of jail and I'm not sure where the story will go from there. The damage that you see was caused by someone backing a farm machine into it while it was stored. Did not get into the hood or structure. I'll let you know what happens when I know. Mark
oldmanjones  - July 6, 2008
Well I'm sure there is a story to go with this car. street454 you are that close what is THE REST OF THE STORY??
street454  - June 6, 2008
This is in a shed 2 miles from my farm. Original 428 car with shaker hood. Factory buckets with console delete. Been in shed for a long time! This is really a time capsule!
embarracuda  - May 27, 2008
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Created: May 02, 2008 By: oldride
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