- Dec 29, 2011
- Reaction score
- Birmingham, AL
The big Mustang. The one Ford put out right before they almost killed the car altogether with the 1974-78 Mustang II (I know they sold a lot—that’s not the argument). The Mustang with the almost-flat rear window. All of those things describe this 1971 Mustang Mach I 429 Cobra Jet, currently at...
1971 Ford Mustang Mach 1 Fastback crossing the auction block at Harrisburg 2023 as T266.
Yes, This is the real deal factory J-Code 429CJ car with the factory underrated 370 Horsepower / 450 tq! It runs and sounds great with a lot of power! It is a factory Grabber Green car. The paint was redone over 10 years ago and still shines great and is a nice driver quality.
This car is such a hack job re-body and someone is going to be very disappointed when they find out what they bought! The seller got the car at Mecum one month ago for $22,000 and he is already on his way to making a 50% profit for doing NOTHING but posting the car on Ebay. Usually it is the other way around, lol. Read my comments (kevken1959). Most on this site will note the same issues with the car that I did once they look at the pictures and the Eminger report. A re-body is still worth something if it is done right, but come on! At least use the original drive-train (if available) and try to make the car look like it left the factory. No staggered shocks, A/C when it didn't come with A/C, auto replacing a 4 speed, 1970 Grabber Green instead of factory Grabber Green Metallic, an N code Thunderbird motor posing as a 429CJ. Geezz. I couldn't live with myself for trying to pass this off as the real deal!