Ford Mustang (1970)
Sale price: US $50,000.00 Make an Offer
|Number of Cylinders:||8||Body Type:||Fastback|
Grovetown, Georgia, United States
1970 Ford Mustang Boss 302 Sportsroof Fastback. Condition is "Used". This is a real Boss 302 that has a very powerful 351C-4V engine in it. It has many modern upgrades to include breaking system, exhaust, suspension, steering, electronics, coolant, rims, fuel cell, and much more. It also has a Phantom tachometer cluster and oil and matching coolant gauges in the center of the dash pad. This is a heat only car with 4 speed manual transmission and a Hurst shifter. The rear end is 9 inch limited slip. There are some paint and body issues but it presents well. This is a very nice driver quality car and very fun to drive. Not a trailer queen. This is a Ford Trans AM series race car very powerful even at idle. As pictured. Includes rear sport slats, rear deck louver, front louver, twist locks, fold down rear deck (seat), aftermarket front bucket seats, with a console, and is factory heat only. I have the Clear Title, Marti Report, original window sticker, invoice, and door tag. The buck tag is not on the car. Both front shock towers are wrap around and the rear shocks are staggered. It came from the factory with standard black interior and was equipped with F60X15 Belted Raised White Letter Tires and AM Radio. Codes are: 63A, U- Grabber Orange, BA - Black Vinyl Standard Bucket Seats, A (3.50 Conventional Rear Axle), 5 - Four-Speed Wide Ratio Manual Transmission. Contact me through ebay messages with contact information for more details and pictures. At the end of auction a $1,000 deposit is immediately required. I accept only bank-to-bank transfers. The Boss needs to be picked up within two weeks of auction end. Mileage is 31,564 since rebuild. Includes a CD sound system in the trunk with electronic antenna that I"ve never used. The battery is also located in the trunk with a charging cable attached. Hearing the engine is better than hearing the radio, as you"ll probably prefer too. I"ve never turned on the radio. The engine is all the music needed.