West Coast Classics are proud to present a no expense spared
whatsoever customized 1969 Ford Mustang SportsRoof (Fastback) with
a legendary Big Block 'John Kaase Racing' built Boss 429 V8 engine
matched to a 4 speed manual transmission and which had received a
full restoration by its previous owner and finished in a striking
two stage 'Silver' over a 'Black' bucket seat interior with black
carpeting.The engine specs as we know it are as follows:Ford Boss
429 V8 511 c.i. engineBore 4.25"Stroke 4.500"Compression 11.3:14
speed top loaded manual transmission9" Ford rear end; 3.73
gearsCOMP solid lifter camshaftCOMP cam liftersDyno @ 866 + HP -
(reportedly winner of the HP Challenge Shootout)Bryant
crankshaftOliver rodsCP pistonsMSD ignition2.25" Hedman
headersMagnaflow mufflersWhen Jon Kaase began his career as a
professional engine builder in early 1977, he was propelled to
prominence by season end. Working with Dyno Don Nicholson, they had
triumphed by securing the NHRA Pro Stock Championship. Under the
subsequent banner, Jon Kaase Racing, the firm achieved a further 12
Mountain Motor Pro Stock Championships between the years of 1995 to
2006. During the first decade of this century, the firm added hot
rod engines to their menu, represented by a much-respected
big-block: their flagship the Boss Nine. Topped by evocative
Boss-style valve covers, Boss Nines beguile with a long list of
custom options. In hot rod engine discussions, this engine series
has become one of the best-loved in the history of the breed
combining a virtual Buddha of torque with exquisite hot rod
looks.This particular car is a seriously striking example which
turns heads wherever she goes! Boasting the legendary Boss 9 engine
and with everything virtually brand new, it is the perfect turn key
ready classic car to buy today for any muscle car or Mustang
enthusiast who wants to do nothing but to drive and enjoy it NOW!
1969 Ford Mustang 429 Boss
Model:Mustang 429 Boss
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