1970 Boss 302 with 36,784 original documented miles. This is a true #'s matching 2nd owner survivor, all original sheetmetal with a partial repaint in the late 70's. True shaker hood car and also a tachometer car. The interior is very good condition and is very clean. The exterior of the car is also pretty clean and has some original lacquer paint. The entire drivetrain was completely gone through and is fresh with zero miles. New shocks, brakes and complete exhaust. Undercarriage had some mild detail work performed, bead blasted suspension components and painted rear axle housing. This Boss 302 is part of a large private collection of both Boss and Shelby Mustangs, some are in driver condition however most have undergone a professional restoration to an #1 condition. Original Paint, survivor, lots of Docs, Build sheets are under the floor I am sure. The carpet has never been out. The motor, trans and rear have been pulled and rebuilt and painted and detailed.
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