614 E. Auto Center Dr.
A numbers-matching and low-mileage 1970 Ford Mustang Boss 302 in its correct colors is already a dream car. But when it has been meticulously restored, exceptionally documented, and built to be an even better driver, you can start to see that this Boss was made to maximize all of its best iconic qualities. Parnelli Jones even autographed the sun visor, so you know it's true blue oval royalty!
The Boss was all about performance, so this one has an awesome boldness that it has had from day one. It was born a Bright Yellow coupe, and there's arguably no better color against the full blackout accenting. The grille, chin spoiler, rear panel, louvered rear windows, and full-width spoiler all stand out nicely. And of course, Larry Shinoda's satin black hood and side graphics are complete. The reason why this one is so sharp is because they started with a documented low-mileage car, and there was over $50k invested in the car's full frame-off restoration. It was completed in 2002, and the car has only gone about 3k miles since then. So this has been treated with the utmost respect. That's why the panels are so crisp, the bumpers shine like mirrors, and you have great new pieces like the fresh Firestone Wide Oval tires.
The all-black interior is ideal for the potent Boss 302, and its all-business driver's environment is both comfortable and functional. The thorough restoration means this is quite fresh and comfortable, including the re-covered high-back bucket seats. There are some nice and correct classic details, right down to the Philco AM radio that's still cranking out tunes. You'll also spot some upgrades that are both handy and era-correct, like the driver's racing lap belt and oil pressure and engine temp readouts in the console. The Hurst shifter, grippy Rim-Blow steering wheel, and full gauge setup with large speedo and tach are all part of an excellent package built around the driver.
What really makes the Boss 302 special is in the engine bay, and so a lot of attention was paid to making sure this numbers-matching V8 is correct. The high-revving 302 small block is ready to compete on the show field or on the track, including a correct non-Shaker air polished cleaner, reproduction decals, properly marked hoses, and even correct clamps. There's also the right racing oil with zinc just added with the recent fluid service. While this engine bay was done to look like day-one standards, there were also some upgrades to make this a better driver. The only easy one to spot is the Optima battery, and the rest are very well integrated. For example, the mighty V8 now inhales with a new Holley 750 CFM four-barrel carburetor. And it exhales with added power and authority from headers feeding an x-pipe dual exhaust. This was even given a five-speed manual transmission so you get to take better advantage of all that track-ready power. As you look underneath, you'll see a very fresh presentation where they paid attention to details, right down to the red oxide paint. You'll also see some upgrades like the Koni shocks in the rear and Wilwood four-wheel power disc brakes. The result is the right balance of a car that's ready to show and absolutely ready to drive. After all, why would you want to keep a true Boss off the streets?
This is a highly documented coupe with the dealer invoice, bill of sale, title documentation, and the Marti Report, and more. There are even build receipts, maintenance records, and a restoration photo book so you can go through this car's full restoration transformation. So when one of the most iconic American sports cars is restored, documented, and built to both show and drive, then you know it's everything you've ever dreamed of having in your garage. Call today!!!
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