This 1971 Ford Mustang BOSS 351 has received a no expense spared
professional ground up restoration. Packing a high-output version
of the 351-cu.in. Cleveland V-8 under its broad, tapered hood, the
Ford Mustang Boss 351 represents one of the Blue Oval's last true
muscle cars. Just 1,806 were built in 1971, their lone year of
production, and they remain among the hottest performers in the
world of small-block Fords. The Boss 351's main claim to fame was
its R-code V-8, whose 330hp at 5,400 rpm and 370-lbs.ft. of torque
at 4,000 rpm would outgun a number of big-blocks. But the engine
was just the beginning of the Boss's goodness. The 351 was bolted
up to a Hurst-shifted four-speed manual transmission, with a
Traction-Lok 9-inch rear end equipped with 3.91:1 gears. All came
with the beefed-up Competition Suspension package and power front
disc brakes. Externally, they were marked by their twin, functional
"NASA" hood ducts, Mach 1 honeycomb grille, lower body paint
treatment, body side stripes and 351 decals. Email
[email protected] or call 715-687-4522
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