Classic looks with modern performance... and Ford's blessing.
The Ford Mustang Boss 302 is one of the most legendary Mustangs ever made, so transforming one into a restomod would sacrilegious to a true Mustang enthusiast. Fortunately, Classic Recreations will now convert a 1969-70 Mustang into a Boss 302 restomod, and best of all, Ford has officially licensed the use of the Boss 302 name on this car!
Classic Recreations can either start by restoring an existing 1969 or 1970 Ford Mustang or sourcing a brand new body officially licensed through Ford, and it can do a full stock restoration or a track-ready restomod build. This show car is done up in Deep Metallic Grey with the Boss 302's signature body stripes and graphics, but Classic Recreations says that it can paint the car in any factory or custom colors that the customer requests. The interior also gets a modern touch with high-back seats, five-point harnesses, a leather-wrapped steering wheel, carbon fiber accents and aftermarket air conditioning.
From there, things can get as wild as customers want. Power comes from either a 5.0-liter Coyote crate engine tuned 490 horsepower or a more serious 363 cubic-inch crate engine from Ford Performance laying down 507 horsepower. Both engines feature fuel injection and aluminum radiator, and they are backed by a Tremec five-speed manual transmission sending power to the nine-inch Ford rear end with posi-traction. This car is sure to rumble thanks to a MagnaFlow performance exhaust system.
Since the Boss 302 was always about maximizing track performance, these restomod builds do just that thanks to coilover shocks, four-link rear suspension and tubular subframe connectors. For maximum handling, the brakes consist of four-piston Wilwood brakes with 12-inch rotors, while the American Racing wheels are wrapped in Michelin high-performance rubber.
Like any 1969 Mustang Boss 302, these restomods from Classic Recreations aren't cheap with packages starting at $184,900, but what you get for that price is a truly one-of-a-kind restomod that is definitely the boss of the road.
Source: Classic Recreations