Owner: Sam Levi
1973 Mach 1
Sam had been looking for a restored '73 for quite a while, both for its size and for being the last of the first generation of Mustangs. He found this car just north of Detroit. It is actually a North Carolina car that had a frame up restoration in 2014. The previous owner rebuilt the Cleveland 351 Cobra Jet to 1971 Boss 351 specs with larger valves and a high performance cam to regain the pick up lost due to new emission restrictions that shrunk the valves and reduced compression in 1972. They added Edelbrock headers and Flowmaster dual exhausts Sam had an independent inspector take a look at the car for them, and the inspector basically came away ready to buy it if Sam didn't.
It is a factory Q-Code Mach 1 with matching numbers. The paint is factory Gold Glow metallic with the Ginger interior and factory air conditioning. Definitely one of the nicest 73s we’ve ever seen.
Sam acquired the car on July 4 weekend 2017 and they been having a blast ever since.
Sam’s car will be showcased at the March 8th membership meeting. Hope to see all of you there! As always, visitors are always encouraged to come out and see what we are all about.
On behalf of Best Friends Animal Society, Michelle Sathe, Celeste and Wonder Woman wish to extend their gratitude to the members of the Valley Mustang Club for our donation to this very worthy charity.
Valley Mustang Club was formed and incorporated in 2002. We exist as a social club for all Mustang enthusiasts.
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- Provide members with helpful information
- Present our members with many fun social events
- Support our community through our fund raising events
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