If youre a Ford fan whos looking for a thrilling muscle car that can be shown AND enjoyed, this freshly restored Boss 302 is the best value weve had all year! The beneficiary of a full 2011 restoration that was completed by Daniels Hot Rods & Body Shop in Jarrettsville, Maryland, this Texas Mustang wears a completely rust-free body that includes new quarters, NOS front fenders and new floorpans. Demanding nothing less than perfection, the cars previous owner, who discovered small but well-done inner fender patches, decided to track down NOS replacements. $1,800 later, the rolled front fenders you see in these pictures were applied and, along with the doors, hood, trunk and new quarters, adjusted to better than showroom alignment. Once those panels were shifted to near perfection, a thorough block-sanding ensued; and a super slick coat of correct Grabber Blue paint was sprayed, topped with a trademark flat black rear decklid and spoiler, and detailed with a full set of expertly-taped Boss side stripes. Completely rebuilt to factory specifications, the cars date-correct small block 302 Windsor utilizes a heavy duty block design, original, large port, large valve, free flowing Cleveland heads, a race prepped crank, a solid lifter cam, heavy duty connecting rods, forged pistons and an aluminum intake to create 290 SCCA-winning horsepower. Behind the motor, a completely rebuilt Toploader wide ratio 4-speed drives a durable, correctly marked Ford nine inch rear end thats equipped with streetable 3.50 gears. And at the corners of the car, attractive Magnum 500s wear a new set of F60-15 Firestone Wide Oval tires. This 1970 Boss 302 is the perfect car to show and enjoy with no worries. Take care of it, maintain it, keep it looking great and it will easily hold its value while you have fun. Call, click or visit http://RKMotorsCharlotte.com for more information!
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