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Steve Mason's
1970 Ford Mustang Mach 1

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I am the 4th owner of this "survivor" 1970 Ford Mustang Mach 1. This NJ built Mach 1 has spent it's hole life in the Toronto, Ontario, Canada area. Despite the heavy handed use of salt on our roads through the winters, this car remains with all original sheet metal, and floorpans, and interior. I should thank previous owners for putting this baby away and keeping it out of the salt most of it's life. Fresh paint was applied in 1994, otherwise it's as it came from the factory.

According to the Kevin Marti report, this car was optioned with the Deluxe Interior, 8,000 rpm Tachometer, Black Hood Stripes, Sport Deck Rear Seat, Power Front Disc Brakes, Power Steering, AM/8-Track Stereo, Tinted Glass, 351C-4V engine and Hurst Shifter 4spd toploader "Close Ratio" transmission with a 3.25 ratio Trac-Loc rear end. ALL of these items remain, intact and functional and un-restored.

The interior as you can imagine is starting to show some signs of wear, and some minor dashpad cracking (typical), but I'm leaving it original for now. I have made some minor engine modifications in the way of a Cam & Headers, etc, but nothing that can't be put back to stock in a jiffy.

I have raced this Car at some Lapping Events put on by our local Mustang club (www.ghma.on.ca) and have attached some pictures of it on the Track. Suspension was upgraded to KYB's all around and a 1-1/8" front sway bar, and Polygraphite bushings, to improve handling. Lowering of 1-1/2" is in my future plans, but never will I put on any Mods that cannot easily be reversed, to return it to bone stock, should I desire.

Steve Mason
Ancaster, Ontario, Canada
Member - Golden Horseshoe Mustang Assoc.(www.ghma.on.ca)
Member - Greater Toronto, Mustang Club (www.gtamc.com)

1970 Ford Mustang Mach 1
1970 Ford Mustang Mach 1
1970 Ford Mustang Mach 1

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