Ford Mustangs have been collectible since day one, but earning the reputation to be named Boss required power, and the ultimate rendition of that was the 7.0L Boss 429 versions built only in 1969-70. This is KK No. 2399, a 1970 example that is the result of a comprehensive restoration. Under the hood scoop is the NASCAR-bred 429/375 HP 820-T V-8 engine complete with displacement valve cover callouts, lip-seal air cleaner and OEM-level detailing. Behind this resides a 4-speed transmission and the 3.91 Traction-Lok rear end, part of the factory Drag Pack equipment. It’s further enhanced with the factory competition suspension and power brakes with front discs. Contrasted by a black hood scoop and front spoiler, the exterior is cloaked in beautiful Grabber Blue, while a white interior features Clarion-knit Corinthian vinyl bucket seats, a center console with Hurst T-handle shifter, and an AM radio. The Ford Mustang Boss rides on Magnum 500 wheels and Goodyear Polyglas tires with a space saver spare in the trunk (along with the trunk-mounted battery). Want to be the boss? This is the fastest way to do that.
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Engine: 429 CI
Color: Grabber Blue
$200,000 – $250,000 (Approx. Rs. 1.46 crore – Rs. 1.83 crore) in USA
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