1969 Ford Mustang Mach 1 - Something Different
Alan And Donna Rye Went For The Color
"My first MCA National Car show was in March 2000. Besides becoming a new member of the Mustang Club of America, the event was a learning experience for me. I quickly realized that the visible modifications [wheels and tires] had to go in order to be able to compete in a concours class. Since then, we've won Gold in Concourse Trailered at Nationals events."
We concede that Alan and Donna's '69 Mach 1 stands on its own merits at the showfield. And the fact that the car sports the always-desirable 428 CJ Ram Air package provides added sparkle wherever it goes. But the honest fact is that it's the highly irregular Aztec Blue topcoat that makes this Pony something completely different.
The Ryes wouldn't have it any other way.