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1970 Ford Mustang Boss 302 Is A Numbers Matching Beauty

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When it comes to classic Mustangs, one of the most desirable is the 1970 Ford Mustang Boss 302. The Boss 302 was one of the best performing and best looking of all Mustangs of the vintage and are highly desirable. This 1970 Ford Mustang Boss 302 is finished in its original factory color of Calypso Coral with black interior and it’s highly original.

The car is powered by a numbers matching Boss 302 4V 302 cubic-inch V8 backed with the correct, numbers matching 4-speed manual transmission. Everything about the car is restored and in perfect condition after a professional rotisserie restoration. The car was completely restored to original condition, and it is still fitted with the smog equipment and rev limiter, something you don’t commonly see on these cars as they are often removed.

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The car has some nice options including the Drag Pack with oil cooler and traction lock differential. The carburetor under the air cleaner is the correct Holley for the Boss 302; the seller says that part alone cost $2,000. The 1970 Ford Mustang Boss 302 is one of 2,172 built-in this paint and trim code. Other features include Pedal Ease power disc brakes, the original steering wheel, performance-tuned dual exhaust, Magnum 500 wheels, and the optional fiberglass rear deck spoiler and window slats.

The car is fitted with the Safety Guard Package with seat belts, padded dash, and sun visors. The visibility group was added with dual color-keyed outside sport mirrors. Inside the car has an AM push button radio, 120 mph speedometer, and Black Clarion knit Hi Back bucket seats. The trunk is clean and solid complete with a space-saver spare tire, jack, and mat. The car appears to have all its correct stickers and grease markings. The seller is asking $74,950.

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Source: Duffy’s Classic Cars

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Written by Shane McGlaun

Shane is a car guy with a fondness for Mustangs and off-roading.

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  1. My first new car was a Grabber Green 1970 Boss 302.I was coming out of a restaurant with friends and people were standing around a car, it was a 1969 Boss 302, said I got to get one of those well didn’t get a 69 Boss but I got a 70 ,man did I love that car!

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