This is a special 1970 Ford Mustang Boss 429 Recreation built
September 2021 under an exclusive license with Ford. Finished in
Agate Gray Metallic with Satin Black hood, rear tail panel and
front grille. Ford Performance 572 cubic inch engine with 'Super
Cobra Jet' aluminum cylinder heads, Crower stainless steel roller
rockers, Ford Racing water pump, Ford Performance green 8mm spark
plug wires, SCAT forged steel H-beam connecting rods and ARP bolts,
Diamond Racing pistons. 9 Fab 9 rear with 3:70 gear ration and Posi
Traction Concept One pulley system 4 speed performance Supermatic
Level IV automatic transmission with Yank Performance 258 forged
billet converter. Steering type: Rod and Custom Rack and Pinion
(Power) with Flaming River Tilt (Polished). Holley Sniper fuel
injection. Brakes: Front: 6 Piston Wilwood calipers, Rear: 4 Piston
Wilwood calipers; 13" Slotted, Crossdrilled and zinc washed
Adjustable rear proportioning valve. Suspension: Front: Coil-over,
Rear: Coil-over, Sway Bars: Oversized Front & Rear. Chassis
Subframe: Tubular Subframe Connectors, Rollbar: Cosmetic. Steel
body with Boss 429 Hood, Hood Scoop, Front chin spoiler. LED Flush
mount sequential rear taillights. Boss 429 Exterior Logos TMI
highback seats, G-Force racing 5 point camlock safety belts. Boss
429 200 MPH white faced gauges. Leather wrapped aluminum steering
wheel. Old Air Products air conditioning system. Carbon fiber door
and dash inserts. Retrosound bluetooth stereo with Kicker 5 channel
amplifier, Kicker component speakers and Kicker custom subwoofer
enclosure. Trunk mounted battery. MSD ignition and distributor.
Exhaust is Classic Recreations stainless steel long tube headers
with dual 3 mandrel bends and Magnaflow stainless steel mufflers.
BeCool aluminum crossflow radiator with dual 13 electric cooling
fans. Vaporworx single electric fuel pump. Rick's stealth 18 gallon
1970 Ford Mustang
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