Of all the first-gen Mustangs, some of the most desirable are the 1969 and 1970 Sportsroof, more commonly known as a fastback. The 1970 Ford Mustang in the images here is an all-original car that has no restoration work done on it. Considering the age, the car is in excellent shape.
The seller says that his father purchased the 1970 Ford Mustang brand new, and when his father died, the car went to him. The vehicle has been in no accidents, and it’s rust-free. The floor pans, frame rails, quarter panels, and other panels are straight. There are two small dings in the hood trim.
Power for the Mustang comes from a 351 Windsor V8, and the transmission mated to it is a C6 manual. The rear is a Ford 9-inch, and the car has power steering and manual brakes. The engine is original, but has been rebuilt. The seller says that the Mustang runs and drives well.
We don’t know much about the trim level of the car, but it has no center console and has a black dash with no wood grain. The seats, carpet, door panels, and dash are all black. The interior is clean, with seats in excellent shape. The black carpet is significantly faded from being in the sun all these years.
Considering the age and condition, this is one very nice Mustang even if it appears to be a lower-level optioned machine. It would make an excellent base for a full restoration or a restomod. The seller is asking $15,000. In September, we talked about a 1970 Ford Mustang Boss 302 that is numbers matching and in fantastic condition.