69′ Mustang Mach 1 – Restomod (Shelby EFI 527ci)

I purchased the Mach 1 in November 2014, and took delivery at Autobahn CC. The prior owner had the car built by noted engine builder Keith Craft Performance, and it has ALL the right parts. When I took delivery, the car had under 400-miles on it since the build. Once delivered, I realized there was still some ‘sorting’ to do, and spent about $ 40,000 before it was ‘just right’. I’ve taken the car on the Power Tour, and driven it over 4,000 miles in the last couple of years. The car has NOT been tracked, drag or road, but with the components in place it could do either. A large part of the additional expense was a full engine rebuild by Hypercision Automotive in Orland Park. The did an amazing job, and the car just hums at about 2,200 rpms at 80-mph.

I’m selling the car as I am building a 68′ Mustang with Roadster Shop in Mundelein, IL. I know I’ll be partial the personal build of the Camaro, and this car will sit ‘under cover’ and not be driven.

Here’s a short list of the cars features:

526 Inch Carroll Shelby FE aluminum block with billet caps
Billet stroker crankshaft
Lunati Pro-Mod forged steel rods
J&E custom forged pistons
Ported Edelbrock aluminum heads with Manley extreme duty stainless steel valves
Comp Endurance valve springs
Comp Cams
Hypercision Automotive Custom grind hydraulic roller cam
T&D aluminum roller shaft rocker arms
Inglese 8 stack injection system for Ford FE
Custom fabricated oil pan
Aeromotive fuel pump
Fast ECU custom tuned by Hypercision on mustang chassis dyno
Tremec 5 speed transmission
Ram HD clutch and billet flywheel
Ford 9″ rear end

22-Gallon Fuel Safe Fuel Cell
Integrated Cage
Rocker Panel Integrated Exhaust
Custom Wheels
Wilwood Brakes
Original body and interior
Martz Suspension with Coil-Overs

Contact Don Esbjornson: (630) 918-9308 for more information

Don Esbjornson
(630) 918-9308
[email protected]