One of the most coveted pony cars of all time, a 1970 Ford Mustang Boss 302, is available to purchase. This titan of the track proved at the height of the muscle car wars that it could make something powerful and supremely maneuverable for the public. Even by today’s standards, this car provides plenty of excitement on any track.
The secret to the Boss 302’s formula is a lightweight construction and small block V8 power. The 302ci V8 provides a solid 290 horsepower, while the Borg-Warner T-10 four-speed manual transmission creates almost a spiritual link between driver and machine. This particular car came with the close ratio plus a Traction-Lok 3.91 axle and power steering, so you can really whip it and nail those apexes perfectly.
Because this Mustang Boss 302 only has 33,222 miles on the clock, it is still in fantastic, original condition. Thanks to a thorough restoration, the iconic Grabber Blue paint and exterior graphics will blow people away. Instead of a shaker hood having been installed, the owner kept the factory hood on the car, preserving how it was when brand new. The right chrome details, factory wheels, plus tires with the raised white letters really complete the period-correct looks.
As if that weren’t enough, the white vinyl bucket seats are impeccable, making this a car that will make any Ford fan feel like they’ve died and gone to heaven. All the factory original gauges and controls are intact, right down to the AM radio, so you get the complete historical experience.
Ford created the Mustang Boss 302 in response to the dominant Camaro Z/28. Using talent it had recruited from GM, the Blue Oval turned out a monstrous all-around performer designed for going fast around tracks and showcasing the company’s abilities. This highly sought-after historic Mustang comes via Sunnyside Classics.
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