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Few cars carry as direct a link between motorsports and the showroom as the Boss 302. Parnelli Jones drove a Mustang, powered by a canted-valve, hand built, 5 liter engine and four speed manual, and you could go to your local dealer and have one, too! Hey—the production cars even ran his stripes! A big carb, a big intake, big heads opened a lot of eyes to small block power, and the power waiting to be unleashed with a simple set of headers and an aggressive cam are the stuff of legend. This example here is quite the street fighter, packing the Boss engine, 3.91 gears and little else. It’s as close as you could get to a Mustang race car with license plates in 1970! Click on Read more for more!
A muscle car to have – 1969 Mustang BOSS 302 – 1 of 1! This is a rare, desirable, collectible, numbers matching, original engine and drive train, acapulco blue muscle car – 1969 Ford Mustang BOSS 302 – 1 of 1!
Yes, a REAL 1969 MUSTANG BOSS 302 with 84K ACTUAL MILES and MATCHING NUMBERS. The rarity of this Boss 302 combined with the original engine, beautiful color and options put this Ride into the must have for the serious Muscle Car Collector. This is a well documented and maintained muscle car with Deluxe Marti Report, Factory Invoice, Dealer Invoice, High Quality Professional Rotisserie Restoration with Photos and also documented in the Boss 302 World Registry. Read more for details and check out the image gallery!
The guys at Inside Line has manged to put together a test of Ford Mustangs – and everyone has something unique to offer: The V6, GT, Boss 302 Laguna Seca and Shelby GT500.
Watch these Mustangs in action and see the results after click on Read more!:
A racing legend and a race-inspired car will team up to raise money for the Juvenile Diabetes Research Foundation (JDRF) at the 40th Annual Barrett-Jackson Collector Car Auction at WestWorld in Scottsdale, Ariz.
A spectacular, one-of-a-kind factory-painted Grabber Blue 2012 Ford Mustang Boss 302 Laguna Seca will be sold to the highest bidder with none other than racing great Parnelli Jones providing commentary from the auction stage with Ford’s Mustang team. Jones won the 1970 Trans-Am season opener in a Boss 302 and the Laguna Seca is named after the track where he won that race. The event will be televised live on SPEED channel. Read more!