Ray Leedy's Featured 1969 Mustang Mach I

Ray Leedy Featured 1969  Mustang Mach I

Name: Ray Leedy

Location: Maryville, Tennessee

Comments: 69 Mach 1 Mustang

Factory Options: "R" Code 428 Super CobraJet eng, factory Shaker Ram air induction, rare automatic transmission, 3.91:1 ford rear end, factory Drag Pack. Has hardened seals for unleaded gas. Car is excellent and just needs a little TLC to be great. Very Fast.

Color: Lime Gold w/ Black Deluxe Int

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