New member
Posted by: DougR04 - 08-31-2019, 11:08 AM - Forum: WELCOME ALL NEW MEMBERS INTRODUCE YOURSELF HERE ! - Replies (3)

Hello,  I'm the proud owner of a Black Clearcoat 2004 Mach 1 that I've owned it since 2007 with just 92K miles on the clock and still looks and runs great!!!

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  20 Year Old and just bought a Mach 1
Posted by: Jonner B - 08-10-2019, 09:54 AM - Forum: WELCOME ALL NEW MEMBERS INTRODUCE YOURSELF HERE ! - Replies (6)

Hello!  I am Jon.  I am 20 years old from Canada.  
I am new to this group and I just bought my second mustang.  First was 2004, and now I bought a 1971 Mach 1.  It needs paint and nothing else.  
Underneath looks brand new, with not a single spot of rust!  I am going to paint it, and put new tires on her.  

I am picking it up tomorrow morning.  Wish me luck.

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  Extra parts
Posted by: kiteboarder ken - 08-05-2019, 12:57 AM - Forum: WELCOME ALL NEW MEMBERS INTRODUCE YOURSELF HERE ! - Replies (1)

Hello all!   Kiteboarder Ken here.   I have had my 69 Mach 1 S code since I was 15  years old (40 years ago!) My dad bought it for me for $800.  She has had a 428CJ in her with a shaker for about 35 years that I got out of another Mach that I bought for $250!!  The whole car, not just the engine.  Yes back in high school,  I purchased several Mustangs and never paid more than $250 for them.   Anyway,  I have a lot of extra small parts and some larger ones, that I will never use and would like to find a good home for them.   I live in Tampa and if anyone has been looking for anything, please let me know.  I don't mind mailing some some parts but I don't really have the time to deal with the larger ones.  Will trade parts for beer.   

Partial list:  seat belts, window parts, starter FE, flywheel for automatic, radio bezel, misc. interior parts,  the metal pieces that go on top of door panels for a convertible, various lights  etc.   I also have for some reason the metal part that goes on inside windshield for a convertible  but I think its is for a 67/68.    Most parts are original, some in very good condition, some not so great.



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  New Member and 69 Mach 1 owner
Posted by: Jenkinsb - 07-18-2019, 11:12 AM - Forum: WELCOME ALL NEW MEMBERS INTRODUCE YOURSELF HERE ! - Replies (3)

Hi,
I’m new to the collector/classic car world.  I’ve been searching for the right Mustang for a while now and found mine last month.  Happy to be here and very happy to finally be the owner of one.

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  headers for 1969 mach 1
Posted by: rango-jr - 05-30-2019, 09:57 PM - Forum: WELCOME ALL NEW MEMBERS INTRODUCE YOURSELF HERE ! - Replies (11)

thanks for inviting me to the club i have a 1969 mustang mach 1 finally after almost 40 years of wanting one I am close to getting it on the road but i am having issues with the headers it has a 4v 351cleveland engine the original engine the 351w is damaged beyond repair since i had the Cleveland already to go i drop it in with the c4 until i can get the windsor and fmx transmission repaired or replaced do any one knows of what brand of header will fit i have tried the flow tech 12118FLT but they are hitting the steering box and the passenger side possible issue with steering arm thanks if anyone has been through this could you help lead me into the right direction on what brand of headers that will fit a 351 cleveland 4v into a 1969 mach 1 thanks

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  new member
Posted by: ep-mach1 - 03-02-2019, 04:05 AM - Forum: WELCOME ALL NEW MEMBERS INTRODUCE YOURSELF HERE ! - Replies (3)

hello I am Ep and I live in the Netherlands, my first mach1 was from 1975 and bought it in 1980, my 2nd mach1 was from 1969 and I bought it in 1991, the 3rd mach1 is from 76  I bought last year, I will drive in 2 months after part restoration. I have had many other fords, pick-up, ranchero, s, mustang targa 2.

I still have the 75 and 69 mach1

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  1971 moch 1
Posted by: gsand37097@yahoo.com - 02-27-2019, 02:03 AM - Forum: WELCOME ALL NEW MEMBERS INTRODUCE YOURSELF HERE ! - Replies (16)

Good morning   New owner of a 1971 Moch1 super cobra jet  Getting it ready to paint and do original decals etc  Has ram air 429 with gear drive large cam with stall convertor a c6 tranny with extra plate traction masters. Original owner built it from scratch 33 years ago  Never dragged  Original engine was 351  Dont know a lot about these cars so will be looking for info.  Will be yellow and black hood and trunck wing. Thanks you   Gary Sanders

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  UK Mach1
Posted by: Bosswilly72 - 02-10-2019, 10:27 AM - Forum: WELCOME ALL NEW MEMBERS INTRODUCE YOURSELF HERE ! - Replies (2)

Just took ownership of a Mach 1 mustang and looking to find out as much history and repair procedures as possible. She is in a bad way but I intend to strip her down and build her back up. I also look forward to getting to know you all and getting to know your cars. Thanks

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  hdshadpar
Posted by: Oztrailer - 02-06-2019, 07:57 PM - Forum: WELCOME ALL NEW MEMBERS INTRODUCE YOURSELF HERE ! - Replies (5)

I have started this for hdshadpar as he posted in the middle of another users thread.

Well I hope this is the correct procedure and forum but I have  been a new member for a bit just didn't have time to post, but things have settled down now and plan to enjoy this site so here goes!  Had a 69 428 Mach 1 back in 72, beautiful car!  Should have kept but when you were 19 back then things were different... Anyway, cruising the web one night I was attracted to this 1971 Dark Metallic Green Mach 1 for what ever reason, not even my favourite colour.  As the days pass, well actually a month I send him a message to see if he is interested in trades, he asked me what I have and I tell him a 57 TBird E clone.  Well, he comes back and asked me to send pics and I do, he then comes back few days later and indicates he is interested, so I ask for more pics of the Stang.   I get a pile of pics plus a Marti report.  So, after careful inspection of the pics I indicate that I'm interested in doing some kind of deal.  We set a date for him to look at the TBird.  So before he comes out I get up in the middle of the night and look at the Marti report.  Now this is one month after talking to him and not committed to any deal, at the bottom of the Marti report I notice the built date which states "Built one day ahead of schedule Oct. 30th, 1970, which was my past wife's birthday...  A true matching numbers car!  Could never figure out why I watched this car for so long and now I know why.  So comes and views the TBird and then I go with a auto body/mechanic specialist to check out the Stang.  It has just over 72,000 miles, no rust, original paint, 4 speed, AC, green woven interior, anyway it was a done deal!  And those that read this the whole story it even gets weirder...  but thats another story and true one for another time.  I now have a 1971 Mach 1 in my garage and love it!!  Plan to change/upgrade a few things after reading up on the Cleveland engine, new 7 quart oil pan because they love oil, new oil pump, change valve seals account sitting for 15 years, go to Pertronix ignition and what ever else that can be a good addition, but trying to leave it the way it was.   However lots of stuff that is confusing when you read all the forums i.e. about the different codes (M,H and Q) and when they actually started production of each, 2 bolt, 4 bolt, however will get into the threads to figure out.  I will now try to add a pic... well it won't take so I must read further unless it is there and I can't see.  Again love the forum and looking forward to many more years!!  If I have posted in the wrong area sorry, just went to New Member and seen a nice 69 Mustang and followed.

   

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  New Member
Posted by: Charles Terry - 02-06-2019, 02:54 AM - Forum: WELCOME ALL NEW MEMBERS INTRODUCE YOURSELF HERE ! - Replies (8)

Hi,
New member as of today.  Just acquired a ‘69 about 10 days ago and am beginning to sort through some electrical issues.  I will most likely have to lean on the expertise of other members as I dig deeper into the problems.  

Mostly though I plan to just enjoy the ride.  Weather In SGA is great,  so I hope to get out on the road soon!
       

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