This is a 1977 Mustang Mach 1 302 4 speed T-top - Marti Certificate – One Of One For Sale






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Last update: 
24.12.2016
Make:
Model: 
Mustang
Sub Model: 
T-Top
Item Location: 
Longview, Washington, United States
Type: 
Fastback
Exterior Color: 
Black
Trim: 
Mach 1
Interior Color: 
Black
Engine: 
302
Number of Cylinders: 
8
Transmission: 
Manual
Drive Type: 
RWD
Fuel: 
Gasoline
Disability Equipped: 
No
Warranty: 
Vehicle does NOT have an existing warranty
Vehicle Title: 
Clear
For Sale By: 
Private Seller
Mileage: 
44,123
Year: 
1977










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Description This is a 1977 Mustang Mach 1 302 4 speed T-top - Marti Certificate – One Of One

This is a 1977 Mustang Mach 1 302 4
speed T-top - Marti Certificate – One Of One

The car is unrestored with some
updates/ replacement parts.  Oddly, this is likely one of the
rarest Mach 1 Mustangs built by Ford. 1 of 7 with the basic set-up of
the car 302- 4spd - T-Top Black on Black car. 

   The paint appears to be
original or if not very old. It has chips and dings, scratches, pitch
blisters, and is worn through to primer in spots, and what appears to
be 30-40 year old pinstriping down the sides.  What is good
about this, the car does not appear to have any notable rust issues-
You really can't hide much under old paint.

I bought the car to build a fun 70's
era T-Top hot rod.  It seemed to be a pretty rare car, so I
decided to have a Marti report done for the car, just to make sure I
wasn't ruining a piece of history. That's what prompted us to stop,
and see if, maybe it should be preserved instead.

It has a mild Cam 280/471 with Pro
Products Manifold similar to Performer RPM with 600 Edelbrock Carb,
alternator, voltage regulator, water pump, fuel pump, and timing set
are new, as well as necessary gaskets including head gaskets and
battery.  We saved the parts that were removed from the car, and
they will go with the car if desired.

Rust in the car is very minimal,
battery tray and a small spot behind the bumper at the base of the
wheel house on the passenger side. The instrument cluster housing is
brittle and crumbling around the light sockets, however, the
instrument lights, signal indicators, tach, speedo, and gas gauge
work properly.  We added a triple gauge set with oil pressure,
temp, and voltmeter.  It has a new light switch, ignition
switch, and heater core, and the heater and wipers work as well.

 It is lowered 2" and has 15x7 Fox Mustang GT
wheels painted to resemble era appropriate Western style wheels. 
Tires are good, rears 245/60 with good tread.  Fronts are
205/65 new.  The interior is in quite nice condition, the carpet
is new, I have pictures of the floor pans before the new carpet was
installed.  They appear to be solid as well.  The engine
starts easy, sounds strong with a notable gallop at idle, with a
simple dual exhaust that dumps at the rear axle, again very period
appropriate with thrush turbos.  Surprisingly quick and fun to
drive. Lights, blinkers, brake lights all work as well. 

I have the four 13" 4 spoke magnum
type original wheels, 2V intake, carb, EGR plate, air cleaner,
alternator, water pump, and original exhaust including catalytic
converter if desired.


The car looks better in pics than in
does in person, it could use a paint job - trim restoration - and
weather stripping;  or, drive a 40 year old Mustang, have fun
and not sweat bullets over a rock chip....

The car was last registered around
'02 - It was impounded and sat in a tow yard for many years - It had
been run through countless auctions and never sold.  So there it
sat until a friend of mine discovered it under a tarp in a shed and
asked if it was available. 

Please don't bid on the car if you
aren't serious about buying it.  Ask questions, or better yet -
Come see it if possible. As always, it is for sale locally, and will end auction early if it sells...

Thanks for your interest.








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