�"The 1969-70 Mustang Boss 302 was created to certify a Ford car for Trans-Am racing, which required that it be powered by an engine no larger than five liters. Larry Shinoda, a former GM stylist, created the name and image of the Boss 302, adding the stripes and spoilers to make perhaps the raciest Mustang ever created. Ford came close, but did not win the Trans Am title for 1969.� The higher production of 7,013 Boss 302s in 1970 (compared with 1969's 1,628) was undoubtedly in some part attributable to Ford's winning the Trans-Am championship in 1970, not to mention that many considered the appearance of the 1970 edition to be an improvement."
There are over 120 pictures of this car in the ad below, including detailed exterior, interior, engine, trunk and undercarriage.� Please let them load on your computer, it will take some time because of the size.
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This Boss 302 is a very nice combination of original with some cosmetic and mechanical restoration as needed.� Please let all the pictures load (there are over 100) to see the great condition of this Classic Ford.� This car has not been detailed, just wiped down by hand before the pictures. The current owner was an employee of a local Ford dealer and he purchased the car in the mid 1980's (from the estate of the original owner) because he could not afford one in 1970.� As a Ford employee he had access to a large inventory of original Ford parts at the dealership and he purchased all the parts he could get his hands on to use on this car over the years.� Consequently, almost all of the parts used were original Ford stock!� The body was taken down to bare metal and repainted the original Grabber Orange in the early '90s, most of the exterior trim and emblems were replaced with the new original parts and the bumpers were re-chromed.� During the next few years, the engine received a complete rebuild and the suspension was upgraded with new shocks, springs, brakes etc.� The interior is mostly original and in excellent condition!� As the years ensued the car was driven sparingly and was always stored indoors with improvements as needed.� All lights, gauges, signals, heater, radio, wipers and windows are fully operational.� The car runs and drives terrific and is now ready for a new owner!�� We have a copy of the original invoice, the Marti report and the original space saver spare tire that will be included in the sale.� For all you numbers guys out there, what follows are all the important details;
�Vehicle Identification:� 0F02G206348
Body; 63B� Mustang Sportsroof
Color; U �� Grabber Orange
Trim; EA��� Black Knit/Vinyl Interior
Axle; A� 3.50 Axle Ratio
Transmission; 5�� Four Speed Wide Ratio Manual
DSO 33�� Detroit Ordering District
302 CID 4V Engine;
Vinyl High Back Bucket Seats;
Four Speed Manual Tanmission;
Power Front Disc Brakes;
Color Keyed Racing Mirrors;
Space Saver Spare;
Quick Ratio Steering;
Functional Front Spoiler;
Color Keyed Carprting;
Rear Deck Spoiler;