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Given that the 21st century has seen a sort of return to the roots aspect for the Mustang, it was probably only a matter of time before the Boss 302 made a return. Over the last few years there's been steady and growing interest in the concept of a new-age Trans Am Special.
Jim Clarke led the charge with the creation of the 5.0 HO V8 for the Mustang in 1982 and was responsible for the continuous improvement of the 5.0 throughout the '80s. What Jim and his team accomplished is truly amazing.
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For sale in our Dallas/Fort Worth Showroom is a 1969 Ford Mustang Boss 302. This Full ground-up restoration was completed in 1988 9F02G194900 Factory color combination, Bright Yellow with Black interior 1 of 338 with these paint/trim codes 47,000 original miles Correct 302/290 HP factory service block 4-speed manual transmission 3.91 Traction-Lok differential, optional axle ratio Special handling suspension Special cooling package Functional front spoiler Power front disc brakes Argent painted Magnum 500 wheels Original service records and receipts Ownership history with testimonials Produced on May 26, 1969 in Dearborn Sold new in South Carolina Listed in the first edition of the Boss 302 Registry Full Marti Report When Ford hired GM executive vice president Semon Bunkie Knudson in 1968, he brought with him another big-name GM talent, stylist Larry Shinoda, who had been instrumental in the design of Chevrolets Mako Shark concept car and the resulting Corvette Sting Ray. The first fruit of their collaboration at Ford was the 1969 Mustang, most notably the Boss 429 whose mission was to homologate the new 429/375 HP Semi Hemi engine for NASCAR. Close on the heels of the Boss Nine was the Boss 302, the purpose of which was to depose the Chevrolet Camaro (which, ironically, Shinoda had designed before leaving GM) from the SCCA Trans Am series throne it held in 1968 and 1969. The 1969 Boss 302 offered here from exemplifies the template by which the 1970 edition would secure the Trans Am title. Produced at the Dearborn Assembly Plant on May 26, 1969, it was sold new in South Carolina, one of 338 finished in Bright Yellow with a Black standard interior. The Boss 302 engine uses 10.5:1 compression, forged rotating assembly and high flow heads from the 351 Cleveland engine for a factory rating of 290 HP; the requisite Borg Warner 4-speed transmission and optional 3.91 Traction-Lok differential complete the Boss potent drivetrain. Special Handling Suspension, power front disc brakes and wide rubber on Argent painted Magnum 500 wheels made the Boss, in the words of Car & Driver magazine, the best handling Ford to ever come out of Dearborn. Fully restored in 1988 and well cared for ever since, this exemplary Boss 302 comes complete with original service records and full receipts and ownership history with testimonials. To view this vehicle in greater detail including 100+ HD pictures and videos, visit our website at www.GatewayClassicCars.com. For additional information on this 1969 Ford Mustang Boss 302, email us at firstname.lastname@example.org or call 817-310-9400.
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