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1969-1970 Mustang
The body on 1969 Mustangs was altogether different and reflected the first major change in the five year old line. The Mach 1 was introduced as a variation of the fastback of previous years. V8 power was installed in 81.5% of all '69 Mustangs. Mustangs were now all-out perforamance machines with the introduction of the Boss 302. Styling was not much different for 1970. The most potent power plant for the 1970 Mustang was the 429.
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1969 Coupe
My poor little 69 coupe had one foot in the grave 3 years ago. I've done a driving restoration on it over the last 3 years and it's pretty close to completion. It's not in any way a show car, just fun to drive and look at.  

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1969 Coupe
Edelbrock Performer Intake & 600cfm 4 Barrel Heddman Headers, stainless exhaust, dual Magnaflow exhaust, 3.25 9" Rearend, Crane Electronic Ignition, Crane 278H Blazer Cam, 302 cid bored .030 over, C4 Automatic, B&M Speed Shifter Sony AM/FM/CD.  
CID:306 Rearwheel HP:soon Torque:soon  

1970 Mach 1
351c std. bore,2V Aussie's homeported, 2.07/1.65, 11.5:1 comp, CC282, KB177 slugs, balanced, X-cellerator intake. 750 Edelbrock carb, 2V hedmann headers, 2 X-pipe and Hooker Max flow, C6, TCI Breakaway, TCI flexplate. Gears are 3.25  
CID:351 Rearwheel HP:N/A Torque:N/A  

1969 Boss 302
No description available.  

1969 Coupe
This has been one long drawn out project, as it so frequently ends up with project cars. It's taking three times as long and twice the $$, but I'm getting closer! Upgrading to a 347 Stroker and t5-z. Check out my car domain page! <a href="http://www.cardomain.com/ride/2338497" target="_blank">http://www.cardomain.com/ride/2338497</a>  

1970 Mach1
418w forged rotating assembly, neutral balance crank, Camshaft Innovations roller cam, AFR205 heads, Crane gold rockers and tie bar lifters, Smith Bros pushrods, Milodon 7 qt oil pan and windage tray, Modified Performer RPM intake, Bigs Holley 950, Crane ignition, Temec TKO five speed, Quicktime bellhousing, hydraulic cluch, FPA 1 3/4 headers, Magnaflow true-x ss exhaust system. TCP manual R&P steering, TCP coil over front suspension, SSBC 4 wheel disk brakes, 17" Billet Magnums, 3:50 trac lok, Caltracs, shaker hood; and alot more  

1969 Mustang Mach 1
1969 Mustang Mach 1 (Currently being restored) Started 2004. My brothers 2nd Mach. The 1st one is in Australia to this day. 351w 4sp Hurst.  

1969 Fastback
No description available.  
Weight:3300 CID:302 Flywheel HP:400@0000  

1970 Boss 302
Thought I'd throw in another car that was in my stable at one time. Five year restoration. Can't believe I sold it.  
CID:302 Flywheel HP:290@0000 Torque:290@0000  

1970 BOSS302
I have been working on this for the last 10 months and still have lots to do. Should be ready for spring 06 if everything goes alright..  
CID:347 Flywheel HP:485@6800 Torque:420@4100  

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