When we compare the fan bases that each motor category has, there's no doubt that Mustang fanaticism stands on its own. The Ford Mustang is the main reason why we now enjoy a genre known as Pony cars. The process of solidifying Pony cars with more than one competitor began in 1967, with the debut of the Chevrolet Camaro. It was the first real competitor the Mustang faced after years of leading the Pony car field. Ford decided to answer with the 1970 Ford Mustang Boss 302 and needless to say, vengeance was sweet. The name 'Boss' was inspired by Ford stylist Larry Shinoda's nickname, who did an incredible job designing the 302. Seen here is a well preserved example of his job well done. This 1970 Ford Mustang Boss 302 has 39,150 miles on its clock and comes with the Marti Report, signaling that you're buying from a reputable seller.
The black tape stripes that start on the hood and make their way down the front fender all the way to the back of the car calls attention at first glance. This is standard on all 1970 Ford Mustang Boss 302 colors, and our subject 302 has a bright yellow exterior that contrast superbly with these stripes. Enjoying a staggered tire setup, it proudly rides on BF Goodrich Radial T/A rear tires. Meanwhile the front wheels are shod with BF Goodrich Touring T/A tires, which are equipped with disk brakes. Another feature this 1970 Ford Mustang Boss 302 relish is a well-kept interior. It is fitted with black leather seats and boast wood accents on the dash and center console. A Pioneer head unit with a CD player is present to keep company while you enjoy cruising in this Boss 302.
The 1970 Ford Mustang Boss 302, which was born to kill the Camaro, gallops from zero to 6 in six seconds. This is achieved by the special 302ci 290hp high output engine, and our subject car’s engine is balanced and blueprinted. The power is delivered through a 4-speed manual transmission linked to an aluminum driveshaft. This engine brags a new Holley carb and retains its factory engine oil cooler. It also have undergone a brake fluid flush and utilizes power brakes.
1970 Ford Mustang Boss 302 302ci Engine Balanced and Blueprinted Marti Report
New Holley Carb Brake Fluid Flush Factory engine oil cooler Front Disc Brakes Power Brakes 4 Speed Transmission Pioneer Head Unit w/CD Player Aluminum Driveshaft