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(from page 14 of the 1970 Collection) Carpet is in. Rear seat is in.

(from page 20 of the 1970 Collection) Here is the restored original Super Cobra Jet engine which came with this car, ready for installation.

(from page 1 of the 1971 Collection) Here is the 351 Cobra Jet engine block as Matt restored it. Looks like he has added new pistons.
(from page 1 of the 1971 Collection) Here is the codes stamped into the 351 Cobra Jet block. It says D2AE-CA followed by 234.
(from page 1 of the 1971 Collection) And a shot of the heads for Matt's 351 Cobra Jet engine.

(from page 3 of the 1972 Collection) Les is sanding after installing a scoop on the rear roof pillar.
(from page 3 of the 1972 Collection) Les installed this ducktail spoiler.
(from page 3 of the 1972 Collection) Les added the hood modifications.

Has viewer comments (from page 8 of the 1972 Collection) Door tag showing the VIN number and 63R 2-door fastback/sportsroof Mach 1 body style, 4E Bright Lime exterior paint, AA Black vinyl interior seats, 5 4 speed manual transmission, V 3.91:1 limited-slip rear axle, and 17 ordered in the Washington area.

(from page 2 of the 1974 Collection) Here is the unrestored photo of the car. Bobby writes, I saw a picture of a copper color 74 Mustang mach 1 that I liked, it looked like it was in a wrecking yard. The picture was just on the internet with no information on the location of the car. In the July 2015 issue of Mustang Monthly there was an article on how to buy a classic Mustang. Many of the pictures on information for for the article came from Mustangs ETC. In Van Nuys, CA. In one of the pictures there was a green 69 Mustang coupe project car, Just behind this car I could see the front bumper and header panel of a copper 74 Mustang. I knew that in the other photo I had found of the 74 Mach was the same 69 Mustang. I contacted Arnold Marks at Mustangs Etc. He said he the 74 Mach 1 had been in his storage yard for since 1986. It was parked because of a broken off bolt in the crank shaft. The picture I had found on the internet of the car was old. Since that picture more parts had removed from the car. All of the body side molding had been sold. I bought the car after seeing new pictures of it. Arnold had the car shipped to me. When the car arrived at my house 4th of July weekend 2015 I was able to finally see it in person. The car had 150K miles on it, the the original 2.8L V6 had been replaced with a newer 2.8L and was missing many parts. The drivers side 1/4 panel was full of body filler and had many holes from a dent puller. The right side rocker panel was crushed and the car had many sun damaged parts. The good news was the car no rust other than the battery tray. I love the color of the car and had been wanting a Mustang II Mach 1 for many years. Because the original engine was missing I decided to make the car the way I would have ordered it new in 1974. I added and deleted options to get the car the way I wanted it. Here a are the cars original options and it's new options:
- California Emission
- Testing
- CR70X13 White Sidewall Radial Tires
- Power Steering
- Power Disc Brakes
- Bumper Protection Group
- Air Conditioner
- Manual
- AM Radio
- Tinted Glass
- Complete Body Side Moldings
The cars new option list is:
- California Emission Testing $19
- Credit For 2.3 Liter Substitution On Mach 1 $229
- CR70X13 Raised White Letter Tires $17
- Power Disc Brakes $45
- Battery, Heavy-duty $14
- Suspension-Competition $149
- Bumper Protection Group $37
- Appearance/Protection Group $41
- Steering Wheel/Leather Wrapped $30
- Clock,Digital Quartz Crystal $36
- Console $53
- Radio With Tape Player AM/FM Stereo $346
- Tinted Glass-Complete $39
- Body Side Moldings $50
I've just finished restoring the car and I did all of the work myself.

(from page 6 of the 1976 Collection) Under the hood is this 347 striker.

(from page 2 of the 1981 Collection) Andre took the Mustang apart and sent it to the body shop. Here's a shot just before it was taken to the body shop.
(from page 2 of the 1981 Collection) Back from the body shop!

(from page 4 of the 1983 Collection) Kevin sends us updated photos of his 1983 Mustang GT hatchback project. Kevin shares, "I put on a '86 nose cone and 16" pony wheels - 245/50 16 rear and 245/45/16 front. I ordered a pile of new parts; new water pump, Ford Racing 9mm wires, new dist cap and rotor, cold air intake, new battery tray, new motor mounts, timing cover, and Ford Racing engine gasket kit. I am picking up a donor '86 5.0l car for the '86 engine, tank, computer, and 8.8 rear end."
(from page 4 of the 1983 Collection) Another shot of Kevin's progress.

(from page 1 of the 1984 Collection) The hood is off. Time for some engine work.

(from page 2 of the 1984 Collection) Chuck Tuttle send us photos of his #1374 1984 Mustang GT-350 project. The body will be painted 2010 Cadillac Black Cherry with the frame in dark metal flake gray. Chuck tells us more, "It is being turned into a street strip terror. Power comes from two 63mm T3/4 turbos on a well prepped 1990 stock bore 302. Aiding the induction is a C/S Carb blow thru setup. Mallory and Accecel supply the fire. Handling the teeth jarring shifts is a Performance automatic with hardened shafts plus a Trans brake. Coupling the power is a Continental 4,500 rpm stall. This is all held in place with front and mid engine plates. The full channel frame keeps things from twisting to the 4-link narrowed 9 inch coil over rear end. Tube K-member, steering, and front coil overs keep her light on the front end. When it comes to stopping, disc all the way around by Strange Bros. To keep me safe, a 10-point chrome molly cage is in place. Aero motive A1000 and a Holly Blue supply the GO juice." Chuck also owns a 1988 Mustang LX 5.0L convertible and his wife has a 1964 Mustang hardtop.
(from page 2 of the 1984 Collection) The engine is out and the car is placed on a rotisserie. Chuck comments, "I built the rotisserie from some 4.5 OD pipe and two 1000 lb engine stand heads. They works GREAT! I'm getting ready to cut off the roof and replace it with a non sun roof type to gain a big weight savings. Sun roofs are heavy."
(from page 2 of the 1984 Collection) Check out all the work here.
(from page 2 of the 1984 Collection) Chuck removed the top. Besides the sunroof versions being extra heavy, this one is pretty rusty.
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