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  1. Basic info
    1970
    Ford
    Mustang
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    Orange
    This is a true M code 70 Mach 1 that I have done to my liking.

    I am currently redoing the car making some changes and giving it a fresh paint job after a small rear end collision I had with it in 2015.
    Engine
    OEM
    SB
    Iron
    8
    409
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    Fuel injection
    Holley Terminator
    Cast Iron
    OEM
    4.04
    4.00
    6.00
    9.50
    Crower Custom Grind Hydraulic Roller
    M Code 351C Iron block and 4V heads.

    Stroked to 409 Cubic inches with forged internals and and hydraulic roller cam.

    Larger valves.

    Weiand Excelerator Intake

    Holley Terminator Stealth EFI
    Exhaust
    Header
    Magnaflow
    X-Pipe
    FPA Headers

    Magnaflow TruX 3" Stainless exhaust system

    Spintech Sportman 3000 Low profile Stainless Mufflers
    Transmission
    4R70W
    OEM
    Hurst
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
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    Rear End
    OEM
    9" Detroit Locker
    3.89
    56.75
    Wheels & Tires
    Coys
    C-57
    Chrome.
    20
    8.50
    20
    10.00
    Brakes
    Adjustable
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    Hydraulic
    Baer
    13.00
    4
    Baer
    13.0
    4
    Suspension
    Ridetech
    Ridetech
    Coilover
    Double Adjustable
    Ridetech
    Ridetech
    Coilover
    Double Adjustable
    Safety Equipment
    None
    3 point retactable
    None
     
    Interior
    Dakota Digital
    OEM
    Momo
    14
    None
    Events
     
    Builder / Thanks to
    I built the car myself.
    Story / History
    I bought the car as a project when I was a Junior in High School.

    First Restoration took place during my Collision repair program in 2004-2005.

    I enjoyed driving and showing the car making small changes over the years until the car was rear ended by a guy at a stop light in 2015.

    After the accident I decided to not only repair the car but completely re-do it to give it a better restoration and make a few more modifications.

    I am currently still working on it but I have the body close to being ready for a re-paint.
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    Future plans