This Boss 302 was purchased brand-new by the original owner on May
5, 1970, at McFadden Ford in Jamestown, NY. This well-optioned car
was ordered from the factory with a rear deck spoiler, 4-speed
close-ratio manual transmission, Traction-Lok differential, belted
tires with raised white letters, sport seats, sport deck rear seat
and an AM/8-track stereo radio. The first owner kept the car for 24
years before selling it in 1994 to the second owner, who also lived
in New York and who received the original owner warranty
identification card and a few copies of registrations from 1978 and
1979, which are both included. He enjoyed the car for many years
and then decided to do a complete restoration to high show-quality
standards using mostly original and NOS parts. Prior to the
restoration two original Build Sheets and the original factory trim
inspection card were found in excellent condition and are included
with the car. A great deal of time was invested into making
everything as correct as possible. All of the factory markings and
stickers were replaced throughout. The car retains its beautiful
original color combination of Lime Metallic with a black interior.
During the restoration the decision was made to paint the
undercarriage the same color as the body to enhance the appeal. The
car also retains all the original sheet metal and rear end.
Powering this Boss is its original 302ci engine and original
4-speed manual close-ratio transmission, which have both been
professionally rebuilt. Since completion of the restoration the car
has been shown at many prestigious events and earned many awards,
including multiple concours trailered Gold Awards from the Mustang
Club of America. The Marti Auto Works Elite Report, reproduction
Window Sticker, MCA judging sheets, display cards and original
factory brochure are included.
1970 Ford Mustang Boss 302
Model:Mustang Boss 302
Exterior Color:LIME METALLIC
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