Mach 1 Reimagined

Originally introduced to the market in 1968, the Ford Mach 1 was offered as a performance- oriented version of the popular Mustang. Unrated by the general public when launched, the Mach 1 has seen a resurgence among classic car collections. The team at Classic Recreations has reimagined the Mach 1 and offers it now as either a fully restored version matching its previous glory or a restomod version using the latest technology. Built from the ground up using modern engineering techniques and design elements, the Mach 1 perfectly embodied the original while infusing subtle creator comforts of today. Each vehicle will be built to customer specifications using the latest chassis and drivetrain technology paired with new reproduction parts – giving owners the opportunity to own and drive the most iconic muscle cars ever built, updated to run and drive like modern supercars.

1969-70 Mustang Mach 1
Starting at $274,999

TIMELESS. PERFORMANCE.

The original performance-focused Mustang has come to life once again. The Mach 1 was designed by Ford in the late 60s with performance at the forefront. Designed to attract new buyers with a pension for fast cars, the Mach 1 was born. We have honored that original purpose and reimagined it to meet modern expectations with our restored Mach 1 Mustang.

1965 Shelby GT350CR white with blue stripes built by Classic Recreations wheels
Mated to American Racing 17×8 and 17×9.5 Wheels on High Performance Z Rated Tires 245/45/17 Front and 275/40/17 Rear, this Mustang is ready for any road conditions.
This mean machine features a Ford Performance all-aluminum 5.0L Coyote crate engine 32-valve V-8 that uses advanced features like Direct and Port Fuel Injection, Twin Independent Variable Camshaft Timing, high-flow cylinder heads, and heightened compression ratio to deliver 460 horsepower.

HIGH-PERFORMANCE

A performance powerhouse since its inception, we have restored this iconic Mustang to its full potential. Keeping the original design elements and performance-focused mindset, we have reengineered the Mach 1 into a Mustang for today’s driver, built to last decades.

CLASSIC DETAILS

From bumper to bumper, this Mach 1 is a spitting image of its predecessor with subtle modern upgrades infused throughout. Modern amenities and comforts have been included in this Mustang, making it a perfect choice to the enthusiast who loves classics but wants a smooth ride.

Ford Performance 5.0L Coyote create engine
Ford Performance Coyote

HORSEPOWER

460 HP
Ford Performance 5.0L Coyote crate engine
BOSS 302 Intake
Tremec Manual Transmission
9″ Fab 9 Rear w/ 3.50 Gear Ratio and Posi Traction Installed
Concept One Pulley System
BOSS 302 Crate Engine 345 H.P.
BOSS 363 Crate Engine 507 H.P. $2000
BOSS 429 “BOSS 9” Crate Engine 670 H.P. $25,000
Rack and Pinion Steering Conversion (Power)
Flaming River Tilt Column (polished)
American Racing 17×8 Aluminum Front Wheels
American Racing 17×9.5 Aluminum Rear Wheels
High Performance Z Rated Tires 245/45/17 Front
High Performance Z Rated Tires 275/40/17 Rear
Minitub Option (315/35/17 Rear Tire) $5500
Front: Wilwood 4 Piston
Rear: Wilwood 4 Piston
Slotted, Crossdrilled and Zinc Washed
Adjustable Rear Proportioning Valve
Stainless Worx Long Tube Headers
Dual 2.50″ Mandrel Bent Exhaust
Magnaflow Mufflers
Trunk Mounted Battery
MSD Ignition
Be Cool Aluminum Crossflow Radiator
2 13-in. Electric Cooling Fans
Vaporworx, Single Fuel Pump
Stealth 18 Gallon Fuel Cell
Coilover Front Suspension
Coilover Rear Suspension
Oversized Sway Bars Front and Rear
Tubular Subframe Connectors
Cosmetic Rollbar
Mach 1 Hood Stripe
Mach 1 Rear Spoiler
Mach 1 Badges
Mach 1 Side Stripes
Mach 1 Front Spoiler
Scat Elite Seats (Highback)
5 point Camlock Seatbelts
160MPH Gauges
Lecarra Aluminum Steering Wheel
Old Air Products A/C System
Console
KPH Guages $500
Right Hand Drive $12,500
Leather $1200
JVC CD Player w/ Removable Face
Stillwater Designs 5 Channel Amplifier
Stillwater Designs Coaxial Speakers
Stillwater Designs Custom Subwoofer and Amplifier $1500
Flip Out DVD with Navigation $1000
GPS Tracking Device $499

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