Mustangs don''t get much better than this 1970 Mach 1 fastback. Aside from maybe a Boss or perhaps a Shelby, the Mach 1 is at the top of every collector''s wish list. This one packs a screaming 351 Cleveland motor, a beautifully done paint job, and a predatory look that will make it the star of any show. Repainted only a few years ago, this gorgeous Medium Blue Metallic Mach 1 fastback still looks like a million bucks. Well, maybe not a million, but these have been inching closer and closer to the magic $100,000 mark, indicating that there are more than a few collectors out there who appreciate their good looks and brilliant performance. The finish is two-stage urethane, which gives the Medium Blue a depth that the original finish just couldn''t match, and the satin black stripes with ''351'' callouts on the hood seem to hover above the surface. The panel work is quite good, although it''s not to concours standards, which is a good thing since you''ll probably want to drive this one every chance you get. The ribbed moldings along the rockers are crisp, and the rear window louvers and spoilers are the same satin black as the stripes, giving this Mach 1 a very aggressive look. Inside you''ll find-what else?-Ford''s Comfort-Weave black bucket seats, and they fit the Mach 1 like a tailored suit. All the soft parts, including the seats, door panels, dash pad, and headliner have been restored, and new carpets finish the floors. The instrument panel appears to be original, and stands out only because the rest of the interior is so beautifully finished. However, the wood grained inserts on the dash, door panels, and center console are in great condition, and the matching steering wheel is awfully nice. The original radio has been replaced with a modern AM/FM setup that also offers an iPod interface, and it is fed by a hidden antenna so the car''s sleek lines are unbroken. Open the deck lid and you''ll find a rust-free trunk with a rubber mat and a surprising amount of space, especially with the fold-down rear seat. Travelling is exactly what you''ll want to do once you hear that 351C under the hood bark to life. In the world of Fords, there are two versions of the 351 cubic inch small block, and the deep-breathing Cleveland is the one to own. Restored to stock specs, the Ford Blue powerplant still wears its original air cleaner and valve covers, along with correct decals throughout. Power steering and power disc brakes give this Mustang great reflexes, and everything under the hood has been restored with an eye towards keeping it authentic. A 3-speed automatic and rugged Ford 9-inch rear are reliable parts of the team, along with a new dual exhaust system, and it rides on a set of lovely 14-inch Magnum 500 wheels wearing staggered BFGoodrich rubber. You simply won''t find a nicer Mach 1 for less money anywhere. Call today!