Selling our 71 Mach 1 and our 73 Cougar XR7 convertible at Barrett-Jackson

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1971 Mach 1 restored in the original light pewter metallic with TMI interior and custom stereo from Pacific Car Audio
We went to sell last year at Mecum but that didn't happen so now we are selling at Barrett-Jackson Scottsdale this year. Not the position I would have wanted but it is what it is. The Mach 1 is going Sunday lot 1677.1. This car is a super clean custom and we have posted lots on it here in the past but it has been awhile. Check it out at 71mach.com. The Cougar is a 1 of 1 that was bought here in Phoenix and has been here its whole life. The original owner custom ordered it and kept all the paperwork from the pre-order, the window sticker, I think every service ticket that the car had along with emissions each year. She owned it for over 25 years and put 125K miles on it. I think I am the 3rd owner. Lot number 33.1 she is a Monday car so I am hoping to get her some attention as she really deserves a better spot than she received

The Mach 1 was in bad shape when we got her. She underwent a rotisserie restoration with every nut and bolt gone through. New TMI interior and custom stereo / trunk. Intro 18" wheels with Falken tires. We painted the engine bay in body color which I know isn't right but it sure looks good. We added fuel injection which is fed by an Aeromotive fuel pump in their fuel tank. Take a look at the website for her 71mach.com. She is selling Sunday near the end of the auction 1677.1
 

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