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1972 Ford Mustang Mach 1.  According to the Build sheet and pictured Deluxe Marti Report,  it was first sold  by R.E. Moorehead and Son of Mansfield, Ohio. Power is supplied by a Q-code 351ci Cobra-Jet V8 paired with a four-speed manual transmission. Finished in Dark Green Metallic, the car is equipped with a Mach 1 Sports Interior option, a full-length center console, front disc brakes, an MSD ignition, and Magnum 500-style wheels. Vintage Air climate-control system has been installed in place of the factory A/C system. Features include a chin spoiler, twin hood scoops, a rear deck spoiler, and Mach 1 graphics. The interior is equipped with the optional Mach 1 Sports Interior option featuring high-back front seats with knitted vinyl inserts and accent stripes as well as a matching fold-down Sport Deck rear seat. The five-digit odometer shows just over 63k actual miles on the Ohio title. The Q-code 351ci Cobra-Jet V8 is equipped with a four barrel carburetor and was rebuilt under prior ownership with a .030″ overbore according to the seller. Power is sent to the rear wheels through a four-speed manual transmission and an open 3.50:1 differential.


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