213 Thornton Rd
Lithia Springs, GA
Lithia Springs, GA
This 1972 Ford Mustang not only pays tribute to the Mach 1, but also it has nice upgrades wherever you look. So this is your chance to enjoy a distinct V8 pony car offered for an outstanding price.
It's not a secret why these later cars in the first-generation Mustang are a true aggressive machine. They have outstretched design lines that prove they want to own the road. So it's a great place to start when upgraded the aggression to Mach 1 status. The deep chin spoiler, full width rear spoiler, and dual Ram Air hood scoops all give this the look of the aggressor. And it only gets more imitating with finished in all black. The application is not perfect, and while you might decide that the price leaves room in the budget to really bring back the smoothness, this one kind of already has the right look to go with this coupe's attitude. Plus, radiating from the darkness are excellent brightwork pieces like the form-hugging chrome bumpers and the upgraded US Mags alloys that have a 17/18 inch front/rear stagger to add aggression to the stance.
Inside the darkness continues. The later cars got high-back bucket seats that were great for all-day comfort. Plus, the carpeting and headliner look fresh from a new investment. And the wood-like trim was part of the Mustang's new upscale image. There are classic elements, like the large round gauge package, auxiliary readouts in the center, and it looks like this was even a factory A/C car (most of the components will need to be returned to get it functioning again.) More than just vintage, this upgrades the driving experience with by giving your hands the right things to hold, like the wood-rimmed steering wheel and Lokar shifter.
Under the hood is Ford's hardy 302 cubic inch V8. It has some added flair with the polished Ford Racing valve covers and matching air topper. But what you'll really appreciate are the upgrades that make it a better powerhouse. This includes the an Edelbrock mid-rise intake, one-inch spacer, a Holley four-barrel carburetor, upgraded ignition, and Taylor pro plug wires. The V8 fires up nicely and makes a clean sound out of the rather straight dual exhaust pipes. This creates a classic that's ready for the road. And the three-speed automatic transmission, power steering, and power brakes with front discs really make it great for cruising. And don't forget, the wheel upgrade also means you get to fit this with modern and grippy performance tires.
This is a darkly-done Mach 1 tribute that runs strong and has the right upgrades. Don't miss this deal, call today!!!
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