Ford Mustang Mach 1 from 1971, in a very good condition.
The vehicle is in a condition very close to original, unusually well-preserved. It is one of the very few such cars that were sold in Spain in new condition. The manufacture of this car was finished in Valladolid in 1973, and since then it had only two owners: the first one since its release until 2019, and the second one from 2019 until now.
In the year 1971, the new Mustang came on the market, including the sports version called 'Mach 1', which had already been included in the 1969 and 1970 lines. An instantly recognisable feature of the Mach 1 models is the double air intakes in the hood, which are functional when they are equipped with RAM-AIR induction and not functional with the filter that comes with the base version. In addition, the coloured front bumper and the honeycomb grill are exclusive to Mach 1.
This vehicle comes with a 351 ci V8 'H Code' engine with 240 hp at 4600 rpm. The car is totally original in terms of its factory specifications and has two sets of rims, the original ones shown on the first photos and the alloy ones shown on the last photos. Both sets come with the car.
The condition of the body is optimal; the car was painted about eight years ago in its original colours, including black stickers. The engine works perfectly and can run on the road without a problem. The interior is totally original and is very well preserved, as shown in the photos.
All the original Spanish documentation is up to date, with a valid MOT inspection. The car is up to date on all the maintenance, it shows minimal signs of wear, and it has been very well cared for in general.