When it comes to 1969 Mustangs, there’s a little secret the Boss 429 owners don’t want you to know: The Q-code 428 CJ — in stock form — was faster in the quarter mile. They can have their rarity and six-figure entrance fee. I’ll take the quicker E.T.
This Candy Apple Red Mach 1 428 CJ underwent a nut and bolt rotisserie restoration less than 1,000 miles ago, according to the seller. A few concessions were made from the stock layout, with factory a/c added, modern electronic ignition and an interior color change from black to the current pearl white. Inside, outside and underneath are remarkably clean, as expected from a recent restoration.
“We are researching the engine block number for confirmation if the car is matching numbers or not. Engine was just rebuilt to factory specs.” If numbers matching is a make-or-break proposition for you, make sure this gets sorted before placing your bid.
In the last year, 28 1969 Mach 1 428 Cobra Jets sold on eBay Motors. Good to excellent examples averaged from $45k to nearly $72k.
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