A genuine restored 1970 BOSS 302 Ford Mustang. The car was originally sold in Lamar County, Georgia USA. Built in October of 1969 and sold by J.R. Smith Motor Company and feature all original sales receipts, warranty card, log books, build sheets, Marti report and all know history. – Showing 48,800 miles on odometer…… This car was Metuchen built and features: – Wimbledon white paint # 1619-A / Black Rhino Corinthian bucket seats / 3.50 Traction lock 9 inch axle ratio / four speed close ratio top loader gearbox / AM radio / front spoiler……. …..The Boss 302 Mustang was designed by Larry Shinoda. Called the “Boss” as an homage to the new President of Ford Semon “Bunkie” Knudson who had brought Shinoda over from GM’s Chevrolet Division after Knudson had left. The Boss 302 C.I.D. (Hi-Po), engine was a created by combining a Ford Windsor (Assembly Plant) 302 cubic inch engine block with “large valve” Ford Cleveland (Assembly Plant) 351 cubic inch engine cylinder heads. This optional engine, and indeed the entire vehicle package, including handling and aerodynamic aids, was made available for the express purpose of meeting the homologation guidelines to compete in the SCCA Trans-Am series, which limited engine displacement to 302 C.I.D. (5.0L) in order to compete. The 1970 car could accelerate from 0-60 mph (97 km/h) in 6.9 seconds. The quarter mile (~400 m) took 14.6 seconds at 98 mph (158 km/h). The Ford entry for 1969 and 1970 Trans Am series was the Boss 302 Mustang. The factory effort was headed up by Bud Moore, who fielded two cars in the 1970 season, and won the championship that year. This example is an all matching numbers vehicle in immaculate condition. Sydney car.

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