1969 FORD MUSTANG MACH 1

Specifications:

VIN: 9F02H213036
Exterior Color: Black Jade
Interior Color: Black
Engine: 351 2-Valve V8
Transmission: FMX Select Shift Automatic Transmission
Status: Available
Mileage: 50,014 TMU

This 1969 Ford Mustang Mach 1 was dispatched to the Twin Cities DSO (District Sales Office) and transferred into the current owners name by the California DMV on 1/17/16.  The Mach I received cosmetic refurbishment under previous ownership and a mechanical rebuild in late 2013 with documentation supporting a total investment of $8,667.15.  The Mustang retains its original Black Jade Paint, #3197 with black out hood trim.

The Mach I includes a Marti Report with the following information:

Serial Number: 9F02H213036

9 = 1969

F = Built in Dearborn

02 = Mustang 2-Door Sportsroof

H = 351-2V Engine

213036 = Serial Number / Production Run

Door Plate Data

63C = Mustang Mach 1 2 Door Sportsroof

C5 = Black Jade Paint, Ford #3197-A with black out production at Dearborn

3AA Black Clarion Knit/Vinyl Hi-Back Bucket Seats

25F = Scheduled for build June 25, 1969

44 = Twin Cities DSO (District Sales Office)

6 = 3.00 Conventional Rear Axle

X = FMX Select Shift Automatic Transmission

Dealer # 58A606

Optional Equipment:

– F70 x 14” Traction Tires w/ Raised White Letters

– Sport Deck Rear Seat

– Power Steering

– Power Front Disc Brakes

– AM Radio

– Heavy Duty Battery

The mechanical refurbishment, completed in October 2013 including an engine rebuild to .030 over pistons and porting and polishing of cylinder heads.  At the time, the FMX transmission was also rebuilt and a Petronix Ignition was installed.  Additional work included a replacement brake booster, repair to the carburetor and fresh fluids and machine work.

This Mach 1 is now offered on consignment by the selling dealer with a Marti Report, a clean California title assigned to the seller’s LLC.

The Mach 1 retains its factory produced Black Jade Metallic paint with one reported older repaint by the previous owner.  Original black-out stripes were reapplied as was the optional rear window louvres (SportSlats).  Photos in the gallery show a number of chips, nicks and other blemishes in the paint.  Paint bubbles are noted on the lower rear edges of the passenger and driver’s side doors.

The seller notes that the horn button has relocated to the center console due to a mounted aftermarket wooden steering wheel.  The original steering wheel is included and shown.

Staggered-width 15″ Magnum 500 wheels wear BFGoodrich Radial T/A tires. Braking is from power-assisted front discs and rear drums.

The interior is reportedly original showing some signs of wear with tears on portions of the driver’s side seat.  Door panels, dash and headliner are matching black and the Mach 1 retains its original red contrasting vinyl heel pads on driver and passenger sides.  Additional interior equipment includes power steering, a Sport Deck fold-down rear set, simulated wood trim on the doors, dashboard, and center console, a center mounted console automatic shifter, a aftermarket in-dash Alpine radio with rear mounted speakers.  The interior lights in the doors are functional but the dash-mounted clock does not work.

The woodgrain Rim-Blow steering is included with an aftermarket wooden wheel currently fitted, instrumentation including a 120-mph speedometer, and a Sun tachometer mounted on the steering column. Functional gauges for water temperature and charging have been added to the area where the ashtray would have been and the original ashtray door and inner tray are included.  The five-digit odometer shows 50k miles, approximately 3k of which were added by the seller since 2016. True mileage is unknown.

The factory 351ci V8 was bored .030 over at the time of the rebuild a reported 5,000 miles ago.  Internal components include a level 1 RV camshaft, new hardened valve seats, new valve guides, a polished crankshaft .010 over and a rebuilt carburetor.

The Marti Report confirms factory options and colors and states that this Mach 1 SportsRoof was scheduled to be built on 6/25/1969.