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For Sale: 2012 Ford Mustang
in Charlotte, North Carolina

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RK Motors Charlotte
RK Motors Charlotte
5527 Lakeview Road
Charlotte, NC 28269
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Few brands in the history of American motoring have been as consistently good as the Mustang. Where some of its rivals took a misstep or two, Dearborn did what they could to ensure Americas favorite pony car remained a stylish and exciting platform. Because of that, each new generation has found a following and, ultimately, a place in the collector car world. The fifth iteration of Fords storied halo has proliferated into an unprecedented array of specialty models, and high-end coupes like this awesome Boss 302 are building a loyal following. Combining a high performance mod motor with a track-tuned suspension, this bright orange pony is the first second generation Boss ever produced. And if youre a diehard Ford fan whos looking for a thrilling performer to show AND enjoy, its your ticket to collector car paradise!

It seems all re-imagined classics have a story, and the second generation Boss is no exception. Back in 1969 Ford was doing exceedingly well in NASCAR, but getting absolutely whipped on the Trans Am circuit. Despite virtually creating the pony car market, the Mustang simply couldnt compete with Chevrolets performance-bred Camaro. Ford President Bunkie Knudson, a former GM exec who recruited famed Mustang designer Larry Shinoda, commissioned a project that would end the Z/28s reign of terror. And in 1970, the Boss legacy commenced with a championship performance in SCCA.

For the next 25 years, small displacement pony car warfare would endure oil embargoes, insurance snipers and emissions issues to become one of Americas most cherished rivalries. In 2005, Ford took a decidedly retro tone with its newest thoroughbred, announcing a series of lifestyle models to accompany the cars production run. In 2006, with the appearance of Shelby monikers, enthusiasts were cautiously optimistic about a resurrection of the hallowed Boss name. In 2011, the triumphant return of the 5.0 liter V8 stoked desire for a track-bred performer. And in 2012, Boss 302 production resumed when Fords Flat Rock assemblers bolted the following standard and optional equipment into this car.


Unique hood stripe

Reverse C side stripes

Painted exterior mirrors

Black decklid spoiler

Two 19x9 painted aluminum wheels (front)

Two 19x9.5 painted aluminum wheels (rear)

Summer tires


Boss Interior Package

Unique shift knob

Unique, non-lighted scuff plates

Unique cloth seats that feature embroidered Boss logos

4-way manual drivers seat

2-way manual front passengers seat

Air conditioning

AM/FM CD player thats satellite capable and MP3 compatible


Unique quad exhaust

Manually adjustable suspension

3.73 gears

Electronic power steering

Easy Fuel capless fuel filler


AdvanceTrac traction control system thats complete with electronic skid control

Dual front and side airbags

LATCH child safety system

SecuriLock anti-theft system

Tire pressure monitoring system

SOS post-crash alert system

Integrated spotter mirrors

Ford MyKey technology


Front license plate bracket ($00)

Torsen limited slip rear end thats complete with 3.73 gears ($00)

Black, high gloss tape stripe ($00)

Recaro sport seats ($1,995)





SOLD AT: Randal Reeds Prestige Ford in Garland, Texas

The fifth generation Mustang is heralded as some of the best looking metal produced in decades. With its bulging fenders and crisp lines, the cars design not only plays well to the current trend of nostalgic goodwill, but also appeals to almost anyone with a pulse. In looking over Boss 302 #001s pristine body, it becomes obvious that the cars previous owner barely enjoyed any seat time at all. Its Competition Orange paintwork is super glossy and devoid of any problem areas. That clean basecoat is accented by wrinkle-free graphics which hearken back to ponies of yore. And, as a practically brand new coupe that sports less than 1K miles, panel fitment is still assembly line perfect!

Featuring muscular sheetmetal and a buttoned down stance, this awesome Ford creation mixes designer J. Mays theme of retro-futurism with subtle aero treatments that enable a 155 MPH top speed. At the front of the car, a high flow grille hangs a traditional galloping horse emblem between bright halogen headlights, a Boss-exclusive valence and an aggressive chin spoiler. Behind that grille, a familiar Mustang GT hood anchors new glass beneath a correct black roof. At the sides of that hood, sculpted splitters and bright BOSS 302 decals perfectly complement correct orange mirrors and a small black antenna. And at the back of the car, a retro tail panel hangs a faux fuel filler between segmented brake lights, a small decklid spoiler and a Boss-exclusive valence thats complete with polished exhaust tips.

An eyeball popping presence is only part of this slick ponys excellent appeal; it also does a very good job of going fast and making noise! Looking completely natural between the cars Competition Orange fenders is a state-of-the-art Ford 5.0 liter that transforms 444 tire-scorching horses into 380 lb./ft. of pavement-busting torque. Officially named the Road Runner motor, and officially based on Fords revolutionary Coyote motor, this aluminum rocket utilizes revised cams, CNC ported heads, a forged rotating assembly and a 302R intake to twist stout 11 to 1 compression to a 7,500 RPM redline. As with all Boss 302s, theres a Road Runner-specific intake proudly displaying a Ford-installed badge that verifies the cars authenticity. Aesthetically, the super clean mill features a typical OEM-style appearance that exhibits hardly any signs of wear. That appearance is a melting pot of black, blue and machined finishes which contrasts well against the aforementioned orange. And best of all, this muscle-bound brute will fire in any weather, drive thousands of miles before anyone turns its bolts, and lay waste to any old school muscle car thats brave enough to pick a fight.

The Boss 302 isnt some package any Mustang GT owner can piece together with a chip and a catalog. Its a front-to-back track warrior thats had every system tweaked to make a good driver great and a great driver better. Behind the engine, a beefy MT82 6-speed spins an optional Torsen differential around track-ready, 3.73 gears. That stout drivetrain powers a Ford Racing-tuned front strut and 3-link suspension thats equipped with five driver-selectable settings. Braking is handled by factory-equipped discs that are aided by Fords standard anti-lock system and AdvanceTrac traction control. The cars killer engine note is provided by a quad-outlet exhaust system which utilizes removable attenuation discs to roar through track-ready cut-outs and traditional stainless tips. At the corners of the floor, glossy black wheels spin super sticky 255/40ZR19 Pirelli P Zeros in front of 285/35ZR19 Pirelli P Zeros. And overall, the bottom of this wicked Ford appears to have spent 99% of its life tucked away in a dry, climate-controlled garage ...For more information please call the seller.

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