1970 Ford Mustang Boss 302
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RM Sotheby's - BidAnywhere
21st Nov 2014
1970 Ford Mustang Boss 302
The competitive nature of the Sports Car Club of America’s Trans-Am series provided the stage for the introduction of the legendary Mustang Boss 302. Renowned car owner and builder Bud Moore returned to the Trans-Am factory battle in 1969 with Ford, where his drivers pushed Chevrolet's seemingly unbeatable combo of Penske-Donohue to the wire in one of the most competitive Trans-Am seasons on record. However, it would be the 1970 season before Parnelli Jones and George Follmer would lead the team to six victories and enough accumulated points to clinch the Manufacturer’s Championship for Ford Motor Co. The Boss model was originally produced in 1969 and 1970, and the name wasn’t used again until the 2012 and 2013 model years. In its first run it was available with a 302-cid small-block or a 429-cid big-block. In 1970 only 7,013 Boss 302’s were built. Finishing a six-year professional rotisserie restoration in 2011, this car has been returned beautifully to factory specifications. The exterior has been painted in Calypso Coral and has the correct black swatches on the sides of the car that starts at the hood and finishes underneath the rear side marker lights. The exterior is further adorned with chrome bumpers, color-keyed racing mirrors (with driver’s side remote), black front and rear spoilers and black matte shaker hood. The white deluxe interior is presented in excellent condition with front and rear contoured bucket seats. The engine and associated components are displayed very tidily. The unit is a rebuilt 302-cid V-8 engine with new pistons, solid cam, valves, rebuilt original Holley carburetor and dual exhaust to carry the harmonious sound of the engine. The “butter-smooth” fully synchronized transmission has been rebuilt and is said to be the original close-ratio four-speed manual transmission and is sporting the standard T-handle Hurst Shifter. This SportsRoof has been fitted with power brakes, an AM radio and Firestone Wide Oval tires on Magnum 500 chrome wheels. The consignor reports that all components on the car are new, or have been rebuilt to factory specifications. This example is said to be one of 25 Boss 302’s to be finished in Calypso Coral with white décor bucket seats and fitted with a close-ratio four-speed manual transmission. This car has presented itself to be handsomely restored and a rare opportunity to own a majestic Mustang. Please click the blue "Condition Report" box above for additional details regarding this specific vehicle.
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