Here's your chance to get your hands on the end of an era. The 1973 Ford Mustang was the last year for the generation, and they didn't come any lower, wider, or longer... and in the case of the Mach 1, they didn't come any meaner looking either! So if you like classic looks and a V8 rumble, keep reading. There's no better way to showcase a Mach 1 than with the NACA ram air hood on a blacked-out treatment that matches the front air dam, rear spoiler, and revised stripe package. The whole Mach 1 aggression looks great on these long body coupes. We really love the detail work, like how the front bumper correctly remains body-colored, the rear chrome bumper shines like a mirror, and the Mag wheels retain their pony center cap. In fact, you'll find a lot of period-correct elements on this coupe. There are some areas of the factory-correct Bright Red paint that may still be the factory application. The overall finish has a nice shine to show off the crisp body lines, but those looking for a show-ready finish may be looking at an investment down the road. A great distinctive touch on this car is the white interior. After all, most of these came in black, but this one keeps a stock and bright look of distinction. It fits the Mach 1 style well because Ford also wanted a luxury image for the Mach 1. So this one still retains its high-back bucket seats, intricate door panels, armrest center console, integrated auxiliary gauge package, and a touch of wood on the steering wheel. This loves to keep a stock style, and so the only improvement will be thoughtfully integrated ones For example, the dash pad was replaced with a fresh, smooth, and correct piece. And while the Marti Report shows this came with an AM radio, it has an era-correct AM/FM unit now. The engine bay keeps the stock style going with the block valve covers, and air grabber all radiating in a bold blue. The full presentation is quite tidy, and so you can recognize newer pieces like the radiator, wires, hoses, fuel lines, and distributor. The callout tells you this is Ford's mighty 351 cubic-inch motor, and it's hiding a few secrets. The V8 inhales deeper with a newer Holley four-barrel carburetor, and it exhales with added power out of headers feeding the dual exhaust. It makes for a stock look but a seriously strong runner. And to make sure you really want to enjoy this to the fullest, it has easy cruising features like a three-speed automatic transmission, power steering, power brakes, and front discs. The sale comes complete with the Marti Report, owner's manual, and shop manuals. 1973 was the end of an era, and this Mach 1 is the best way to salute the legend. Call today!