These Mach 1's were the only 'Stangs I ever cared for. I don't get it though: The PNW must be in a different universe or something. Why would anyone who owns a valuable classic car, let it just rot away and get covered with tree sap and gunk? What a shame. I'd much rather see a car being driven in the real world than becoming some trailer queen, but this car appears to be neither; they're just letting it sit and rot away.
@Sneaky Pete.The ZJ in the background is not much better. I also like these, but the one I remember had the Mach 1 lettering on the decklid, probably a different year than this one.It was a survivor car as one of the letters was missing, but nevertheless it was still cool.
That's not rot, that's local preservative sealant. A good wash and wax and that Mustang'll shine like a new penny.As long as there are no interior leaks to turn it into a moldy mess, this car is fine.
Nice to see one of these that isn't some trailer queen that's taken out 3 times a year.
Great pictures and location.
Wld so buy that if it was for sale love 69
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