This exceptional survivor Mach I has lived most of its life in dry, rust free Arizona. All sheet metal is original, and there is no structural rust. It is nicely optioned with a Ram Air 351 C. I. engine, FMX automatic transmission, power steering, power front disc brakes, console, AM/FM radio, correct Magnum 500 wheels, and factory AC (inoperative). The correct white paint with black accent stripes, and "Mach I" lettering are in very good condition. The black interior is in good condition, shows well, and makes this a striking classic Mustang.
Odometer shows less than 22,000 miles. Keep in mind that classic Mustangs only had a 5 digit odometer, so we do not know for certain if those miles are original. However, the overall condition of the car is quite nice, and tells us it could be.
This '72 Mach I runs and drives well. The original factory AC system is in place, but the belt has been removed from the original compressor. Installation of a more efficient and reliable Vintage Auto Air compressor is common, and will allow use of R134a coolant instead of the original, and extremely expensive, R12 Freon. All of the original controls, vents, plenum, and duct work remain in place making installation easier relatively inexpensive, and retaining the look and feel of a factory system.
This beautiful '72 Mach I is located in the Phoenix area.
In short, this is a very nice, 1972 survivor Mach 1, ready to enjoy as a weekend toy.
- factory ac
- powerdisc front
- power steering
||Ram Air Mach 1