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1973 Ford Mach 1 Mustang Q code 4 speed Cleveland Stroker 67 68 69 70 71 72

For sale: 1973 Ford Mustang

Technical specifications

Item location:
Middleboro, Massachusetts, United States
Mach 1
Engine size:
410 Cleveland Stroker
Drive type:
Vehicle Title:
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This is my Mach 1 that I've owned since 2001. I bought it and have spent roughly $25k in mods. I'll list them as thoroughly as I can by section but please call me at 508-942-2945 for more details. Thank you very much, John 1. Drivetrain- The engine is a 1971 Date coded 351C Cobra Jet Block with 4 bolt mains. It has been boiled, tagged, shot peened, all the casting imperfections relieved, the works. It has an an auxiliary external oil pressure line feeding the rear main bearings. It is all roller, It has a custom grind Bullet cam, Crane lifters, Crane rockers, dual springs, fixed valve seals, Manley valves, Aussie 351 closed chamber 2v heads, JE forged pistons, Eagle h beam rods, Scat forged stroker crank, Fluidampr balancer, Canton oil pan and windage tray, ARP main and head studs, Pete Jackson gear drive, March under drive pulleys, MSD distributor with mechanical advance, Edelbrock Airgap intake, Barry Grant Demon carburetor, Powder coated Motorsport valve covers and oil pan, Weiand water pump, Poly HD Lakewood motor mounts, MSD Digital 6 ignition, Holley Red fuel pump, custom aluminum lines and rear tank sump, Thermostatically controlled electric radiator fan, Hooker headers, Magnaflow straight thru stainless mufflers and 2.5" stainless exhaust with built in slip fits for removal, billet wire looms, Mallory wires, NGK plugs, Macleod Flywheel, Hayes clutch, reinforced EQ bar and clutch pushrod, David Kee close ratio top loader four speed gears, Hurst Super Comp shifter, custom driveshaft with 7290 u joint, Currie enterprises N case diff case with a Daytona style pinion, 3.70 gears, an Eaton Trutrac Torsen differential, Strange 31 spline axles, built by Randy's ring and pinion, It's been shortened 2". 2. Brakes- Wilwood 12" front and rear 4 piston calipers, stainless braided flex hoses, adjustable proportioning valve, 1 1/8"master cylinder, Bosch Hydroboost conversion(including a Saginaw power steering pump conversion). Wilwood internal parking brake. 3. Suspension- StreetorTrack tubular A arms, Bilstein coil over struts, adjustable pivoting radius rods, anti bump steer kit, adjustable solid plate camber kit, solid tie rod sleeves, Saginaw steering pump conversion, 1-1/8 sway bar, poly end links, all heim joints, Shelby/Arning 1" upper control arm drop/relocation mod, a high performance alignment job, stainless braided power steering hoses, Del-A-Lum leaf spring bushings, PST mid eye leaf springs, Bilstein shocks. 4. Chassis- Custom strut rod tower braces, full length welded front to rear subframe connectors, four point roll cage, Stroud 5 point harnesses, trunk mounted battery with external shutoff switch 5. Interior- Custom Autometer gauge panel with oil pressure, oil temp, vacuum, voltage, water temp. custom tach and speedometer install. I'll post a clickable link in the description tomorrow with over 50 pictures so please check back tomorrow or the next day to see the real picture collection of the car. This car dynoed at 372HP at the wheels during the break in tune. we set the rev limiter at 5800 and hit it before the curve fell off. This combo should do 450+ at the wheels on a race tune. It's is about 12.5:1 under WOT and is running 18* initial and 28* total timing. It has instantaneous throttle response and the max torque is 363ft-lb at 3,000 rpm. It's 9.5:1 and runs on 93. You can snap the throttle open at 1,000 rpm in fourth gear and not get any hesitation or backfire. It's dialed in extremely well. I have all the receipts. 

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