Finished in the Iconic Grabber Orange, this 1970 Mustang Boss 302 is a fun and functional tribute to the 1970 Boss 302 Mustangs that dominated the 1970 Trans-Am Series. The restoration was finished in 2012 and features a variety of upgrades that make this an excellent track-day car, that could be converted for street usage.
Power is provided by a 402 CI ""Stroker"" Windsor series motor built by Ernie Elliott. Long tube headers feed the trans-am style side exit exhaust. It is shifted a period correct Ford Toploader 4-Speed and Hurst Shifter. The rear end is a Ford 9"" with Heavy-Duty high nodular content casing.
The Suspension has been upgraded to a modern rack & pinion style with a kit from Flaming River, allowing the removal of the front shock towers for improved balance and responsive handling. It sports Wildwood Disc brakes on the front and rear. A Boss 302/429 Staggered rear shock setup was added for reduce hop in the rear end.
The interior is bare-bones with 2 Summit-brand racing seats, Cam-lock racing harnesses and a full roll-cage built by Garrett Race Cars. It has the basic gauge pack with dash-mounted Autometer tachometer. In the trunk, an ATL fuel cell sits in a custom cradle feeding the motor through cockpit controlled electric fuel pump.
The car sits on 15"" Minlite reproduction rims and Goodyear racing slicks front and back. This car is incredibly fun to drive on the track and does have a clear title unlike most race cars, so it can be converted for street-use if desired.
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