In classic muscle cars, the 1970 Ford Mustang Boss 302 is an enduring symbol of power, style, and the heyday of American automotive engineering.
Originating in December 1969, this vintage masterpiece initially roamed the lively streets of New York before officially changing hands in July 1970.
Fast forward to 2014, when the Boss 302 found a new admirer, becoming a prized addition to an esteemed Ford collection.
Cloaked in the striking Grabber Blue hue, with its sides adorned by reflective “hockey stick” graphics, the Boss 302 demands attention.
Matte-black accents on the rear decklid, hood center section, and the optional spoiler create a visually captivating contrast.
The 1970 model showcased a revamped front end, featuring dual headlights and distinctive vents that added a touch of allure to its aesthetic.
Mounted on 15″ Magnum 500 wheels, embellished with chrome details and black recessed surfaces, the Boss 302 exudes undeniable charisma.
Recent updates, including new BFGoodrich Radial T/A tires, ensure both style and optimal performance.
Front disc and rear drum brakes provide the necessary stopping power for an exhilarating drive.
Enter the cabin dressed in black with vinyl upholstery, matching carpets, and timeless plastics.
The interior boasts power steering, a factory AM radio, and Ford logo sill plates, blending classic charm with modern comfort.
Detailed close-up photos of the interior trim and upholstery offer a virtual tour of this automotive masterpiece.
At the helm, a factory two-spoke steering wheel faces a four-gauge package featuring a 120-mph speedometer.
The odometer proudly displays 19k miles, with actual mileage remaining a mystery, adding an air of intrigue to this legendary ride.
The Boss 302’s beating heart resides in its original 302ci V8, factory-rated at 290 horsepower. The 1970 revision introduced finned aluminum rocker covers and smaller intake valves, enhancing its performance.
A close-ratio four-speed manual transmission and a 3.91:1 Traction-Lok differential ensure seamless power transmission to the rear wheels.
Under the meticulous care of the current owner, this Boss 302 has undergone a thorough rejuvenation.
A carburetor rebuild, a refreshed cooling system, a new fuel pump, and a rebuilt control valve and power cylinder have been meticulously executed and documented with receipts, affirming the commitment to preserving the Boss 302’s legacy.
Accompanied by a Deluxe Marti Report, records from current and prior owners, and a clean Arizona title, the 1970 Ford Mustang Boss 302 is now poised for an exciting journey into the hands of a new guardian.
The allure of a “No Reserve” auction beckons enthusiasts, promising a chance to own a piece of automotive history.
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