FORD MUSTANG BOSS 302
Ford’s performance machine, the Boss 302, was a direct competitor to Chevrolet’s Camaro Z/28, offering more performance on a reduced-weight chassis. It proved its worth on the track, winning the SCCA 1970 Trans-Am Racing Series. It was equally popular in the showroom, offering customers a vehicle just as comfortable on the road as it was on the racetrack.
As indicated on the Deluxe Marti Report, this 1970 Ford Mustang Boss 302 was built on May 14, 1970, at the Dearborn factory. It was ordered with the following options: yellow paint, Black Rhino/Corinthian vinyl bucket seats, rear deck spoiler, 4-speed close-ratio manual transmission, 3.50 Traction-Lok differential, F60x15 belted tires with raised white letters, console, power steering, AM radio and tachometer. Powered by the original matching-numbers Boss 302 V8 engine coupled to the original matching-numbers 4-speed close-ratio manual transmission. It was restored taking everything into consideration, from show-quality paint and new chrome to brand-new reproduction 15-inch wheels and Goodyear Polyglas GT F60x15 tires.
Having been awarded the prestigious MCA Grand National Concours Gold September 2, 2018, this Boss 302 comes documented with the partial Build Sheet, Ford warranty owner card, owner’s manual, reproduction Window Sticker and MCA judging sheets. The Marti Report indicates this 1970 Boss 302 Mustang is the ONLY one built with these options. When combined with its documented history and nut-and-bolt show-quality restoration, that makes this car as “blue chip” as they come.