This 1970 Ford Boss 429 custom re-creation was built by Classic
Recreations in 2021. Powered by a fuel-injected 572ci big-block V8
crate engine paired with a 3-speed automatic Level IV Supermatic
transmission with Yank Performance 258 forged billet converter.
Engine features include SCAT forged steel crankshaft, SCAT forged
steel H-beam connecting rods and ARP bolts, Diamond Racing pistons,
Ford Performance "Super Cobra Jet" aluminum cylinder heads, Crower
stainless-steel roller rockers and Holley Sniper fuel injection.
Additionally, it has an MSD distributor, high-performance Edelbrock
water pump, Ford Performance Green 9mm spark plug wires and Concept
One pulley system. The engine produces 655hp. Custom modifications
accommodate the torque and big-block engine. There is a Fab 9-inch
rear end with 3.70 gear ratio and posi-traction. The gray and black
interior complements the gray exterior and features include a
custom console with white-face custom Boss 429 gauges, 200-mph
speedometer, TMI leather seats, polished Flaming River tilt column,
G-Force Racing 5-point camlock seatbelts and Old Air Products air
conditioning system. Features a KICKER five-channel amplifier,
KICKER component speakers and KICKER custom subwoofer enclosure.
The exterior has sequential taillights, a black Boss 429 logo and a
Boss rear spoiler. It sits on American Racing wheels, 17x8-inch up
front and 17x11 in the rear.
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