1970 Ford Mustang Boss 302
Why This Car Is Special
We have a real 1970 Ford Boss 302 Mustang (verified by the VIN #0F02G176508 G showing the Optional 302 cubic inch Boss engine) here at Skyway Classics
This 1970 Ford Mustang Boss 302 is the real-deal with a terrific V8 and four-on-the-floor. And it has a sharp-looking style that makes its appeal with its Calypso Coral paint and black Boss stripes.
1970 Ford Mustang Boss 302
(Verified by the VIN #0F02G176508 G showing the Optional 302 cubic inch Boss engine)
302 cubic inch Boss V8 4V engine 290 horsepower
Stunning engine compartment
Engine block and heads painted in the correct Ford Racing Blue paint
Factory aluminum finned valve covers
Shaker air cleaner assembly
Power steering and brakes
Performance spark plug wires
Front Disc Brakes
Exhaust routed out the factory cast iron exhaust headers to the dual exhaust out the rear
Restored 1970 Mustang black interior
Matching rear seat
Matching door panels with woodgrain trim
Black carpets and Mustang floor mats
Ford’s twin-cockpit design puts a quartet of gauges ahead of the driver wrapped in woodgrain Black steering wheel
Accessory gauges underneath
Calypso Coral paint and black Boss stripes
Larry Shinoda’s satin black hood
Blacked-out Shaker hood scoop
Boss 302 package
Front and rear spoilers
Rear window louvers
Chrome Magnum 500 wheels
Dunlop GT Qualifier raised white letter tires
Our Boss has a rebuilt and stunning looking 302 cubic inch 4V engine Boss engine. These engines make them quite special as they were a high-revving 302 cubic-inch V8 that were made to be a Trans-Am road racing legend.
Ours sits in the equally stunning engine compartment with the engine block and heads painted in the correct Ford Racing Blue paint, aluminum intake, factory aluminum finned valve covers, Shaker air cleaner assembly, 4-barrel carb, power steering and brakes, performance spark plug wires , updated distributor providing the sparks, and exhaust routed out the factory cast iron exhaust headers to the dual exhaust out the rear.
It starts easily and makes great torque, a muscle car trademark, and you’ll find that the engine loves to rev and never seems to run out of breath with the transmission that makes for performance cruising.
It rides on factory style chrome Magnum 500 wheels and fat Dunlop GT Qualifier raised white letter tires.
The restored 1970 Mustang interior was both comfortable and sporty from the factory, so it looks as it did back then with the black high-back buckets and 4-speed shifter.
It also has matching rear seat, matching door panels with woodgrain trim, Black carpets and Mustang floor mats. Ford’s twin-cockpit design puts a quartet of gauges ahead of the driver all wrapped in woodgrain, black steering wheel, accessory gauges underneath, radio, and all looks as it did back in 1970.
Our Boss Mustang looks great in its Calypso Coral paint and black Boss stripes and being a one-year only design, has the fabulous look that includes the fastback profile, Larry Shinoda’s satin black hood, blacked-out Shaker hood scoop, the black Boss 302 striping package, front and rear spoilers, rear window louvers, and swoopy body lines on its flanks, and this is a terrific muscle machine.
It will surely earn praise and trophies at car shows as well.
If you are looking for a Mustang classic that has been restored, check out our real 1970 Ford Boss 302 Mustang (verified by the VIN #0F02G176508 G showing the Optional 302 cubic inch Boss engine) here at Skyway Classics and verified by the Marti Report.
It has great colors and presentation and may be a better-than-new muscle car Mustang that you will want to drive and add to your garage.
So give us a call at 941-254-6608.
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