This 1970 Ford Mustang Boss 302 rolled off Ford's Dearborn Assembly
plant on November 21, 1969, wearing Calypso Coral paint with a
Vermilion Red bucket-seat interior, which it still wears. Of the
7,014 Boss 302s built that year, just 575 were painted that color,
and only 78 of those had the Vermilion Red bucket-seat interior.
From Dearborn, it went to Hinchey Motors in Guymon, OK. It also
retains its completely rebuilt matching-numbers drivetrain with a
302ci 8-cylinder engine backed by a close-ratio 4-speed manual
transmission that sends power to the pavement through a 4.30 axle.
Additionally, it features rear window sport slats and rear spoiler,
Shaker hood scoop, a tachometer and front bumper guards. The car
rides on Magnum 500 wheels.
1970 Ford Mustang Boss 302
Model:Mustang Boss 302
Exterior Color:CALYPSO CORAL
Interior Color:VERMILION RED
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