RP Exotics is pleased to offer this incredible 1970 Ford Mustang
Boss 429. This car is one of Classic Recreations' masterpieces. The
car is finished in Vengeance Black. The car sits on top of a set of
18 inch forged aluminum American Racing wheels. The original 1969
Ford Mustang Boss 429 was powered by a 7.0L V8 engine capable of
generating 375 horsepower, but Classic Recreation's stroker kit,
modern fuel injection, and engine management system push this
Mustang's powerplant up to 8.4L and 815 hp! Classic Recreations
performed a transmission swap on the car and it is now an Automatic
transmission. Like any proper restomod, this build goes far beyond
just a powerful engine. The chassis has been updated with a modern
suspension design to help put the power to the ground. The car now
rides on coil overs on all four corners and has some HUGE Wilwood 6
piston brakes to bring it to a halt in a hurry. On the interior of
the car you will find classic black leather TMI seats and a custom
console. The driver and passenger seats are equipped with racing
harnesses for the seatbelts. This car has a Kicker audio system for
your entertainment needs. This car is a timeless example of the
rawness of the Ford Mustang. This car has been driven only 932
miles and it is ready for a new home! Please call Masen or Alex at
(314)463-0758 with any questions regarding this menacing 1970 Ford
Mustang Boss 429. Trades are always welcome!
1969 Ford Mustang
Location:St. Louis, Missouri
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