Gateway Classic Cars of Philadelphia is presenting a 1970 Ford
Mustang Boss 302. If you are a Ford guy who loves Mustangs, it does
not get much better than this! The Boss 302 was built as a Trans Am
road-racing qualifier. Its heart was Ford's 302-cid V-8 treated to
the high-performance, big-port cylinder heads being readied for the
famous Cleveland 351. This Boss is Green with Green interior and
only 13,324 miles on the odometer! Still powered by the original
302CI engine along with the 4-speed transmission. The Current owner
states he is only the second owner and believes this Boss to be
actual mileage too! He has owned this Boss since 1985 and
completely rebuilt the Motor, top to Bottom with stock compression.
He states Everything was replaced or upgraded. This Boss did a
legit 480 HP to the wheels, dyno tested! The owner tuned it a
little more after the initial dyno run, did a K&N air cleaner,
adjusted the carb and it ran better than before. Other than being
repainted in the 80s not much has been changed on this Boss 302. It
is a true Collectors Dream. The gas tank did keep getting dirt in
filter so why play around? the owner replaced it. The Rear springs
were upgraded with performance springs for a better drive. You just
will not find a Boss 302 that runs and looks this good, heads turn
before they even see it coming, and no one passes it in our
showroom! He is only letting this gem go due to age and feels it is
time for another owner to enjoy. To view this 1970 Ford Mustang
Boss 302 in greater detail, including HD pictures and an HD video,
visit www.GatewayClassicCars.com. For more information, please call
856-599-4100 or email [email protected]
1970 Ford Mustang
Exterior Color:Medium Lime Metalic
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