Among the most desirable classic Mustangs is the 1970 Ford Mustang Boss 302. The challenge is not only finding a Boss 302 to purchase but affording the often extremely high price tag as well. It’s also not the easiest thing to find a fastback 1970 Mustang. At some point in its life, this 1970 Ford Mustang Boss 302 tribute car was made using a clean 1970 fastback as a base.
The car is painted in a green hue that certainly looks like the 70s and has the vinyl Boss 302 stripes. While the green paint looks good in images, the seller calls it a “driver’s quality paint job,” noting that it’s glossy with clear coat, and has been sanded and buffed to a nice shine. Inside the car has a green interior complete with a green dash and touches of fake wood grain. The interior has a new Bluetooth stereo, new carpet, new sound deadening, new seat covers, new dash, new door panels, Cobra steering wheel, three-point seatbelts, and more.
The seller says that the car, which is available on eBay, has modern air conditioning that blows cold with controls integrated into the car’s factory controls. It rolls on new wheels with white letter tires. The engine under the hood is a 302 cubic-inch V-8, but it’s not from the early 70s. The engine is a 1987 5.0-liter engine with Cobra valve covers and air cleaner. The engine has a new balancer, flywheel, gaskets, seals, intake, and carb.
The engine breathes through a set of long tube headers with full dual exhaust and Flowmaster mufflers. The transmission is a three-speed automatic, and the car has a new speedometer cable and kick down gaskets for the transmission. Mileage is listed as 60,458, but we don’t know if that’s on the current engine or the chassis. The vehicle was made to be a “cool weekend cruiser,” not a nut and bolt restoration. The eBay seller is asking $35,000.