As an indication as to the dedication of the 4-year restoration process the 302 engine was shipped to New York to enable it to be rebuilt to exact factory specifications by one of Americas leading Boss 302 specialists.
Ordered and built with the following options:
Grabber Orange paint, Black Knit Vinyl Décor Bucket Seats, G-code 302-4V Boss V8 Engine, 3.50 Traction-Lok Rear Axle, Four-Speed, Close Ratio Manual Transmission. And equipped with: Black Hood Stripe, Rear Deck Spoiler,Convenience Group, Electric Clock, Shaker Hood Scoop, Sports Slats, Sport Deck Rear Seat, Console, Power Steering, Decor Group, Magnum 500 Chrome Wheels, Tachometer, Metric Speedometer.
There really wasn’t much more that you could add to your Mustang in 1969. Built for export, we believe for the European market, supplied with a KPH speedometer.
The Boss 302 came as standard with Front Disc Brakes, Quick-Ratio Steering, Competition Suspension and Instrument Gauges. Only built for 2 years for homologation to enable to be raced in the Trans-Am Race series, giving it Big-Block power from the smaller and lighter 302 motor, making it in effect a street legal race car.
This quite exceptional Mustang has been shown at a number of events in the UK and the recipient of several awards in 2019. Out of the 191522 Mustangs built in 1970 and of the 7014 Boss 302’s produced only 52 were equipped with a Traction-Lok Rear Axle and just 5 with the Shaker-Hood. So not only a car with more show-winning potential but an especially rare and highly desirable Mustang to grace any collection, perfect for anyone who only wants the very best available.
Check out the full advert for yourself here – 1970 Ford Mustang Boss 302 V8 Manual | Retro Classic Car