1969 Ford Mustang Boss 302 - Glennallen - Cars for sale, used cars for sale, Glennallen - 2558523


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1969 Ford Mustang Boss 302 - Cars for sale, used cars for sale

Ref. number: 2558523 Updated: 02-11-2017 15:35

Price: 39 000 USD $

Offering: Cars for sale, used cars for sale in United States, Alaska, Glennallen

If you have any questions feel free to email me at: doriedppendergraft@ukideas.com . LQQK LQQK Car Craft Magazine did a Article and Photo shoot on this car!!!!! Here it is known as MR. NASTY!! The pro-touring scene has gotten big enough that there are divisions starting to emerge. One side builds cars that look great but don’t actually perform while the other side is more focused on pulling 1g on the skid pad than overall usability or comfort. There’s nothing wrong with either but cars like this 1969 Mustang Boss 302 are reminders that you don’t have to choose a side at all. Nicknamed “Mr. Nasty” this blue oval is a $122k build that plants a 660hp V8 paired with a Tremec five-speed in the center of an authentic G-code Boss 302. Best of all, it’s a completely livable and functional car with paint and body work that would make most MCA cars quiver in their Polyglas boots. If you’re ready for a pro-touring car with absolutely no asterisks, gimmicks, or excuses, get to know this killer ’69 Boss 302. While this Mustang is an authentic Boss 302, the first class professionals at MASCAR Auto Body in Costa Mesa, CA decided to work double time to transform it into something much better than 40 year old factory fodder. The car’s body was stripped to bare metal and completely massaged over the course of several hundred hours. A fresh coat of Acapulco Blue two-stage was accented with classic Boss war paint. Panel fit and finish work was refined to faultless levels, creating clear reflections from a profile that displays a notable absence of flaws. When all was said and done, this Ford debuted as a fresh twist on a ‘can’t miss’ favorite, putting most common restorations to shame. A closer look only strengthens the car’s glowing first impression. At the leading edge of this super slick Boss, a correct Mustang-branded grille hangs bright halogen headlights, a pristine chrome bumper, crystal clear parking lamps, and an aggressive chin spoiler. At the top of that grille, a smooth hood complete with a built-in tachometer leads the eye to like-new glass that’s framed by spotless stainless wipers, correct sport mirrors and straight, polished trim. At the sides of that glass, re-fashioned fenders combine with chrome-trimmed marker lights and traditional Ford door handles to provide an aggressive, yet finished appearance. At the back of the car, a correct black valence anchors an ornate fuel filler and segmented tail lights between a large decklid spoiler, a fresh “MUSTANG” script, a second pristine bumper and wide-set reverse lamps. Look closely above the passenger side taillight and you’ll see a small “Mr. Nasty” decal, reminding onlookers this isn’t your run-of-the-mill Mustang. Nothing leaves Ken Maisano’s shop underpowered and this Boss 302 is definitely no exception. It features a hot Ford SVO blocks that’s been balanced, blueprinted, and stroked to 365ci. The mill starts with a new four-bolt main Ford Racing M-6010-BOSS302 block filled with high-end pieces like a SCAT 4340 forged steel crank and a Cam Motion mechanical roller cam. Up top, a 950cfm Holley carburetor tops a painted aluminum intake manifold with aluminum heads at either side. According to the dyno sheet, the engine puts out an impressive 661hp and 468lb-ft of torque, finding its sweet spot somewhere around 7, 250rpm. The front of the engine spins a Jones Racing Products accessory drive with an alternator and power steering pump while the water pump teams up with an aluminum radiator and a pair of SPAL electric fans to keep the 302 cool. The carb draws air through a slick Trans-Am-style sheet metal intake while, further left, a pair of external breathers continue the track friendly look. Despite the modified appearance, there are some great vintage pieces here as well including the date coded Boss oil cooler and the Autolite governor mounted to the driver side inner fender well. The engine sound great, runs strong, and its surroundings are impeccable – truly the best of all worlds. Shine a light under this Boss and a pristine undercarriage reveals satin black floors that are speckled with high-performance hardware. Behind the built 302, a Keisler-supplied Tremec TKO600 five-speed utilizes carbon fiber blocking rings for high-rev shifts. From there, power is sent to a Fo

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