I've decide to sell my 69' Mach 1 w/ Marti Report & Matching numbers. Want to outright selling it but will look into interesting trade offer.
So here's information and it's long but hope it cover everything that I can think of ...
History: This Mach 1 was ordered new by a GA State Trooper from Henderson Motor Co out of Chesnee SC. He ordered it on 3/24/69 and got the car on 5/23/69. It remain with him for next 40+ years and then sold to guy in New England with really nice Mopar collection. That when we came in.
It's always been garage kept all it's life and we are 3rd owner currently. 100% matching numbers from body to drivetrain. Only thing that is not original to car is obvious paint color (more info on this down below).
9 - 1969
T - Built at Metuchen
02 - Mustang 2 Door SportsRoof
M - 351 4V V-8 Engine
190719 - Serial Number
63C - Mustang Mach 1 2 Door SportsRoof
C5 - Black Jade Paint with black out hood treatment
3A - Black Knit Vinyl Mach 1 Hi Back Bucket Seats
15D - Scheduled for build April 15 1969
22 - Charlotte DSO
9 - 3.25 Conventional Rear Axle
X - FMX Select Shift Automatic Transmission
It came with all these extras that not always come with all other Mach 1 such as following:
- Power Steering
- AM Radio
- Tinted Glass Complete
- Blacked Out Hood w/ Scoop
- Deep Chin Spoiler
- Rear Window Slats
- Matching Wing On Rear Deck
- BONUS - Built In & Working Directional Lights on the Scoop ( hard to find )
Body: All original from factory. Pretty much straight lines and everything open/close in right places. Only problem I have as of today was when I closed trunk after taking pictures ... it wouldn't open and it's mechanical inside lock that got stuck. If I FIND time - will try to correct that.
Paint: The original paint was Black Jade and over time it was faded in few places and the original owner decide to change it to Candy Red as seen currently and it shows well. I'm not going to say it will win SEMA because it won't as its driven on weekend. Therefore there is few spots with rock chips, scratches and wear from driving on road. It's what I would/will call 5 foot all day long. There is few spot where it looks like the painter didn't prep the body correct before paint therefore it show bubble and paint dripping but YOU have to LOOK hard to find them. I'm VERY honest and want to be upfront so you are aware even tho if you don't find them. These can be fixed with small touch up if desire and quite easy to do - we have no reason to do so.
Interior: in VERY nice shape. Got high back buckets. Floor Console. Like new dash pad. New carpeting & deep pile floor mats with running horse logo and more. Dash has been upgraded to new digital readout gauges by Dakota giving it nice modern touch up ( need finish with set ups - haven't found time ). But best part is there's still original dash that I've kept and put inside trunk - will go with car.
Drive-train: All matching # 351 V8 with FMX. Both fully professional rebuild. Power Steering. Power Disc Brakes. 3.23 Gears w/ Trac-lok limited slip. Also come with Magnum 500 & 235/60/15 BFG T/A Radials. Original 81k miles on body and rebuild was done on 75k on the drive-train. Title show 81,600 miles as well as an actual miles.
It drives, feel like, smell and rumble like it came off show room in 1969. Just being upfront ... this is all original matching numbers mean it is not modern drive-train you get these days. This is REAL MUSCLE CAR DEAL.
THIS is one of only 2,453 in Black Jade factory paint and 1,590 with Black Mach 1 Bucket Seat. So this is one of FEW triple black mustang then on top of that ... not many of these come with options this one did as mention.
CLEAR/CLEAN MD title in our name. Tagged. Insured. Driven and garage kept.
So that's all I can think of … you will be hard pressed to find all original body and matching numbers these days. Its ready for night out, cruise, shows or whatnot. This Mustang is easy what I call 5 footer all day long until you get up close then there's imperfections here and there. BUT why own perfect car and being a worry worm when you can take this girl out and have blast!!!
As far as price wise goes ... Nada Guides Retail have this car as following: Original MSRP $3,122 ... Low Retail $20,100 ... Average Retail $43,250 ... High Retail $83,075
Here's copy and paste from Nada Guides website and with that being said I'm open to offers.
Average Retail Value:
This vehicle would be in good condition overall. It could be an older restoration or a well-maintained original vehicle. Completely operable. The exterior paint, trim and mechanics are presentable and serviceable inside and out. A “20-footer”.
High Retail Value:
This vehicle would be in excellent condition overall. It could be a completely restored or an extremely well-maintained original vehicle showing very minimal wear. The exterior paint, trim and mechanics are not in need of reconditioning. The interior would be in excellent condition. Some vehicles may be considered “matching numbers” vehicles.
COMES with complete package from Marti Report. Have few more pictures and few video I can send thru text if serious interested.
Any questions. Make offer. Trades? Feel free to contact me and I will get back to you as soon as I can.