1969 Ford Mustang Boss 429 Real Deal Boss 429 Factory Wimbledon
White KK 429 Nascar #1568 Boss HP429 Engine Baddest Mustang Ever
Made Investment Car Clear Title You are looking at one of the
baddest mustangs ever built, a 1969 Ford Mustang Boss 429! This is
your rare opportunity to buy a Boss 429 and not have to spend
$350,000 - $500,000 to own one. This is an investment grade car
that will put the new owner among the elite group of Boss 429
owners. In 1969, only 859 Boss 429 cars were built. Do not miss
this opportunity to be a Boss 429 owner. This car will sell
extremely fast so do not hesitate to buy this car. This 1969 Boss
429 Mustang was built on March 21st, 1969. Factory Wimbledon white
with black knit Vinyl Hi-back bucket seats, trunk mount batter,
functional front spoiler, deluxe interior, competition suspension,
disc brakes, power steering and more according to the Marti report.
It was equipped with a 4 speed toploader with a 3.91 traction lock
rearend with staggered shocks and a rear sway bar. This car was
Fords masterpiece and is well known in the Muscle Car world as
being the baddest Mustang ever built. With all that said, lets get
into the description of #1568. Engine: HP 429 Boss block Dated
January 1969 Date is spot on for build date of car 4.36 Bore Screw
in Freeze plugs HP429 stamp Street Crankshaft C9AE Boss 429 Heads
C9AE Street Intake Boss 429 Valve Covers Oil Cooler Original Motor
Mounts Not original carb or distributor. No air cleaner. If you
don't see it, its not included in the sale as I don't have it but
have many good sources for these parts. Pictures of parts can be
seen by clicking the picture link above. Transmission: 4 Speed
toploader with 1 3/8 Big Input Shaft Boss 429 Bellhousing Rearend:
Ford 9' Nodular 3.91 Rearend with 31 spline axles Staggered Rear
Shocks Sway bar Brakes and Suspension: Factory KKX Boss 429
spindles which are extremely valuable Disc Brakes in front all
original Factory Drum Rear Brakes
1969 Ford Mustang
Exterior Color:Wimbledon White
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