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1969 Ford Mustang Cobra Jet 428

Why This Car Is Special

With the 1969 Cobra Jet 428, Ford had a genuine muscle car in their stable with a Ram Air Shaker hood scoop, special striping, and the new-for-'69 styling, It was an aggressive car with performance to back up that image.

The 428 Cobra Jet was developed by Ford's Light Vehicle Powertrain Department and it made the 1969 Ford Mustang Mach 1 one of the world's fastest cars.

This Mach 1 428 Cobra Jet we have at Skyway Classics is a pedigreed Mach 1 that has been correctly restored where needed, original engine, has all the right parts, and is not only a serious investment grade classic, but a fun driver.

Mechanical

Ours has the vaunted optional R-Code Ram Air 428 cubic inch engine with a 4-barrel Q-Code 335 horsepower @ 5,200 440 lb·ft @ 3,400 rpm.

At the top of the engine, a Holley 4-barrel carburetor sits under a correct ram air induction system which draws fresh air from the cars detailed shaker scoop. Other components include silver finned valve covers, cast iron manifolds, a high performance exhaust system, fresh hoses and correct clamps.

The CJ spotless engine bay has the correct satin black paint and all of the correct components look fresh from the shock tower brace to the correct decals, vacuum hoses and accessory brackets are there.

From the factory, the 428CJ was treated to a set of deep-breathing heads from the 427 (2.09/1.65-inch valves, combustion chamber volumes between 73 and 75 cc, larger intake and exhaust ports, 427 valve springs and dampers), a 735-cfm Holley four-barrel carb, and freer-breathing exhaust manifolds, along with beefier connecting rods.

The 428CJ's actual power output is reputed to be well north of 400 horse, with its advertised numbers artificially lowered to help keep the insurance companies from jacking up its rates.

The rest of this Mach 1 has been restored to the same high standards as its exterior and engine compartment. It has an automatic transmission and a durable Ford 9 inch rear end. All that power hits the pavement with 14 inch factory 5-spoke styled steel wheels and a set of BF Goodrich Radial TA tires.

Even with the automatic transmission, in 1969, Car Life magazine's CJ Mach 1 took just 5.5 seconds 0-60 mph and flew through the standing quarter-mile in 13.90 seconds at 103.32 mph. "The best Mustang yet and quickest ever," said the editors, who also declared it "the quickest standard passenger car through the quarter-mile we've ever tested (sports cars and hot rods excluded)."

Interior

The interior features the black vinyl with Hi-Back buckets seats with the dash that has working gauges which include a factory clock, and features wood grain trim. The radio works as it should and the chrome shifter is in the correct wood trimmed console. Correct seat belts, chrome accessory knobs, and door panels finish out the interior.

Exterior

This CJ has a correct and glossy coat of Green that has a brilliant shine with its awesome shaker hood and straight and flat body panels, perfectly ridged character lines, and narrow panel gaps that combine to create a show worthy muscle car which presents a better than factory appearance.

The front end of the car has chrome trimmed low beam headlights and the grille mounted high beam headlights combine with an angled chin spoiler. The chrome Mustang emblem features a familiar galloping horse, factory chrome hood pins, and nice front bumper.

Conclusion

As far as collectability goes, a green 1969 428 Cobra Jet Mustang, like the one we have at Skyway Classics, is a very collectible muscle car!

If you want a top-notch CJ, but one you can still drive and enjoy, come see and buy this one today.

So give us a call at 941-254-6608.

Engine

Engine Size
428 Cobra Jet V8

Body

Basic

Year
1969
Make
Ford
Model
Mustang

Interior

Center Console
No
Engine Size
428 Cobra Jet V8
Transmission Type
Automatic
Vin
9F02R103392
Stock
1001-FL
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