This pro-built pro-touring 1970 Ford Mustang Boss 302 fastback has every trick you could want wrapped in an iconic color. Beneath the full Boss appearance packs serious firepower in the form of performance 302, five-speed manual, comfortable A/C interior, and a reworked suspension that keeps it all tight with some pretty serious hardware.
The name Grabber Orange is appropriate because it snatches your attention and doesn't let go. It's a legendary Ford color that really makes enthusiasts pay attention. But more than iconic, the color means you can really distinguish the black features like the hood stripe, hood scoop, Boss-inspired c-stripe down the sides, blacked-out rear, and the tall rear spoiler. No one will mistake this one for any 'ol Mustang coming down the road thanks to nice classic aggressive touches like the air dam and Boss 302 badging, but there's also something more to this fastback. Those wheel wells are filled with 18-inch alloys borrowed from a late-model GT500. It's a great hint at all the modern updates within this pro-touring Mustang.
The moment you open the door, this car tells you its something special. This can be subtle like how the bucket seats are updated from a '93 coupe to offer better bolstering for all day comfort. Or the individual spirit can be a little bolder like how the headrests have custom stitching. In fact, the whole interior is a great blend of vintage and new. It starts when you slip behind the updated three-spoke Mustang steering wheel. The classic full gauge panel provides all the info you could want, except for a tach, because this one has an iconic hood-mounted unit. Wood paneling on the dual cowls of the dash, center console, and even around the cool original-style AM/FM radio give this a very vintage feeling. But the upgrades you'll love are there, too. For example, there's modern R134a air conditioning keeping you cool all year long, and have you counted the gears on the stick shift yet?
You can tell a small fortune was spent under the hood just simply because we're pretty sure there's nothing left to polish in the engine bay. But when you look beyond the show-worthy shine, you will find some serious substance. This 302 cubic-inch V8 has been upgraded with go-fast goodies like dual ram air Spectre feeding a Holley four-barrel carburetor, a performance intake, Accel wiring, and headers that feed a rumbling H-pipe dual exhaust. That's why there's an aluminum radiator with multiple electric fans. So you can have the A/C running in urban traffic, and this V8 stays as cool as you. The upgraded T5 five-speed manual transmission w/overdrive keeps you one downshift away to go from comfortable highway cruiser to performance machine. The upgraded A-arm front suspension, power steering, four-wheel disc brakes, and the modern Goodyear Eagle RS-A tires means this vintage Mustang can literally run circles around much younger machine.
A classic pony car with all the right modern moves. This is your chance to truly be the Boss. Call today!!!