MS Classic Cars
1865 Fall River Ave
***THIS VEHICLE HAS BEEN CONSIGNED TO THE UPCOMING BARRETT JACKSON AUCTION BEING HELD IN SCOTTSDALE, AZ JANUARY 11-19, 2020. IT WILL BE SELLING WITH NO RESERVE ON SATURDAY JANUARY 18TH. LOT #1308**
Awarded the prestigious MCA Grand National Concours Gold September 2, 2018. Ford Mustang Boss 302 experts Bob Perkins, Jeff Speegle and Tom Champagne were consulted during the restoration process of this car. This car was signed by Lawrence Kiyoshi Larry Shinoda who designed the Boss 302. Larry also signed a judging sheet, copy of the Lois Eminger report and took a photo with this car at a MCA Grand National show. The originals manual was signed by Rufus Parnell Parnelli Jones and he took a photo with this car at Fords 100th Anniversary at the Ford World Headquarters. This car was featured in Mustang Illustrated magazine twice. All of these items are included. As indicated on the Deluxe Mart Report this 1970 Ford Mustang Boss 302 was built on May 14th, 1970 at the Dearborn factory and was ordered with the following options: Yellow paint, Black Rhino/Corinthian vinyl bucket seats, rear deck spoiler, four-speed close ratio manual transmission, 3.50 traction-lok differential, F60x15 belted tires w/ raised white letters, console, power steering, AM radio and tachometer. According to Marti Auto Works this car is one of one built with these exact options. Also according to the Deluxe Marti Report this car was delivered to Ferraro Ford Sales, Inc. located in Girard, PA. It was sold to Patrick J. Mancini of Erie, PA on August 17, 1970. Many other items are included such as the Lois Eminger invoice, partial build sheet, Ford warranty ownercard, owners manual, reproduction window sticker, owners history, MCA judging sheets, miscellaneous photos, license plates, brochures and articles. This car has had eight owners over its lifetime with only three since 1994. In 1995, this car was treated a nut and bolt show quality restoration. Once it was completed it was taken to car shows including the MCA Grand National show in Valley Forge, PA. The judging sheet, photos and magazines document this information. In 2012, it was purchased by its last owner who decided to take the car to a higher level so he methodically re-restored it. This car has a ton of correct parts throughout. The exterior body is very straight with great gaps throughout. It was finished in its original Yellow paint color with black accents. The paint is show quality throughout. All of the glass in is excellent condition. It retains an original hood trim piece. The original front and rear bumpers were re-chromed. The car sits on brand new reproduction 15 wheels and Goodyear Polyglas GT F60x15 tires with raised white letters. An extra set of reproduction 15 wheels with BF Goodrich Radial T/A 235-60-15 tires are included. The black interior is in beautiful condition and still retains a lot of originality including the headliner, dash, gauges, steering wheel, Hurst shifter, door panels and rear seats. The front seats were redone and the carpeting was replaced. A custom stereo system with remote control was hidden under the dash. The trunk compartment is beautifully restored with the spare saver with jack equipment. The engine compartment is extremely correct and highly detailed throughout. The car is powered by the original matching numbers Boss 302 V8 engine. The engine was rebuilt and runs excellent. It has many correct items such as factory smog, carburetor, starter solenoid, rev limiter, fuel pump, PCV valve, motor mounts, exhaust header bolts, hoses, power steering unit and master cylinder. The engine is coupled to the original matching numbers 4-speed close ratio manual transmission and original matching numbers 3.50 traction-lok differential rear end. The undercarriage is also extremely correct and highly detailed. When the car was being re-restored the original batch paint was found on the floors and was scanned so it could be painted exactly like it was originally. It also has many correct items such as the gas tank, steering components, suspension system and braking system.
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